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The Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use of two decades-old malaria drugs for treating Covid-19 in March based on threadbare evidence, according to an agency review obtained by BuzzFeed News. The review referred to only two studies of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, which either showed negligible results or have since been called into question altogether. The review also raised serious questions about shoddy practices at overseas factories that manufactured and donated the drugs for use in American hospitals.

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  • In the matter of the GAO post, I suppose Nicholas has to report but they said. However, if he and they read Pharmalot, the disclosures are rather old news – which doesn’t make them any less disturbing, just lacking in shock value.

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