Top medical journals raise concerns about data in two studies related to Covid-19

(By Matthew Herper and Andrew Joseph for STAT)

Two of the world’s leading medical journals on Tuesday expressed concern about potential flaws in the data produced by a small company to draw major conclusions about Covid-19 — that certain heart drugs are safe, and that the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine is not. The latter finding led to the pause of an important study of hydroxychloroquine by the World Health Organization. Continue reading article here…

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