Doctors have an arsenal of Covid-19 treatments, but setbacks and shortages are undercutting options

(By Andrew Joseph for STAT)

On paper, the list of outpatient treatments for Covid-19 seems reassuring.

Two oral antivirals have arrived, companies have churned out monoclonal antibody treatments, and all of them, to varying degrees, can help prevent patients from getting so sick they need to be hospitalized. Continue reading here…

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