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Daily Recap: FDA revokes emergency use of hydroxychloroquine; Hardest hit specialties ranked in financial report
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“Doctors, nurses, health care workers are not the typical type to engage politically, to speak out, [or to] advocate for themselves,” said Beacon...
We should also promote as much humanity as society and public health safety will permit, said Dr. Nicolas Badre.
From the Journals
Use of hydroxychloroquine/chloroquine jumped by 214% in mid-March, compared with a year earlier.