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World Health Organization Halts Trials Of Hydroxychloroquine

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World Health Organization Halts Trials Of Hydroxychloroquine

World Health Organization Halts Trials Of Hydroxychloroquine

The World Health Organization announced they are temporarily suspending clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine.

The controversial drug has been used as an experimental coronavirus treatment for the past several months.

Now, amid mounting safety concerns experts are ending all clinical trials involving the medication.

According to Gizmodo, testing for hydroxychloroquine has been halted pending a safety assessment.

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