The F.D.A. warned against the use of anti-malaria drugs that President Trump had also promoted. And the Navy recommended reinstating the captain of an aircraft carrier who had sought help as the virus spread.
The F.D.A. warned against the use of anti-malaria drugs that President Trump had also promoted. And the Navy recommended reinstating the captain of an aircraft carrier who had sought help ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lysol is for toilet bowls and countertops, not human consumption. The company that manufacturers it felt compelled to emphasize the danger of ingesting it after President ...
The FDA warns that President Trump's much-touted coronavirus drugs could cause deaths. The White House says media 'irresponsibly' reported his words.
The decades-old drug that President Donald Trump has persistently promoted as a potential weapon against COVID-19 has within a matter of weeks become a standard of care in areas of the ...
Covid-19 patients given hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin have an increased risk of dangerous irregular heartbeats that could be fatal.
What is actually known about hydroxychloroquine, the medication that Trump is fixated on recommending for COVID-19
With help from Fox News and Elon Musk, a misleading French study prompted a wave of misinformation that made its way to the president
As of Friday, the U.S. death toll was more than 45,000 and the global total was creeping toward 200,000, even as nations and American cities tentatively reopen.
Widespread use of unproven drugs could hurt clinical trials
The FDA on Friday cautioned against the use of hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine for COVID-19 treatment outside of hospitals or clinical trials.
Illinois has reported a new daily high in coronavirus cases on Wednesday while experts have projected the state has yet to hit its peak.
There isn’t enough evidence that decades-old anti-malarial drugs work for the treatment or prevention of coronavirus, but here’s what we do know so far.
Combining the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine with an antibiotic to fight COVID-19 needs to be put to a true scientific test to determine its safety and effectiveness, doctors caution.
The President has continued to recommend a combination of drugs that are unproven in fighting the novel coronavirus and are known to cause dangerous side effects.