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Malaria Drug Taken by Trump Is Tied to Increased Risk of Heart Problems and Death in New Study

2 days ago   |   By NY Times

The drugs did not help coronavirus patients, and should not be used outside clinical trials, researchers said.
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Hydroxychloroquine tied to increased risk of death: Study

2 days ago   |   By Al Jazeera

Coronavirus patients taking the anti-malarial drug, touted and taken by Trump, had higher risk of death, new study says.
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Hydroxychloroquine linked to deaths and heart risks in new COVID-19 study after Trump touted and claimed to be taking the drug

2 days ago   |   By Fortune

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Antimalaria drugs that U.S. President Donald Trump has touted for treatment of COVID-19 were linked to an increased risk of death and heart ailments in a study.
Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine didn't benefit patients with the coronavirus, either alone or in combination with an antibiotic, according to the study published Friday by The Lancet medical journal.
Researchers are searching through available options to treat the coronavirus, which has...
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Coronavirus patients treated with Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine at higher risk of death, new study says

2 days ago   |   By CNBC

Patients who took the drug or chloroquine, which hydroxychloroquine is derived from, were also more likely to developed irregular heart rhythms.
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Trump-Endorsed Hydroxychloroquine Linked To Higher Risk Of Death In Coronavirus Patients, Medical Analysis Finds

2 days ago   |   By Forbes

One former FDA official called the findings “another nail in the coffin” for the antimalarial drug.
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A massive study of coronavirus patients shows the malaria drug touted by Trump raised the risk of death

A massive study of coronavirus patients shows the malaria drug touted by Trump raised the risk of death

2 days ago   |   By Business Insider

A massive study of 96,032 hospitalized coronavirus patients found that the antimalarial medications hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine didn't benefit the patients that took them.
Instead, those who received one of the medications had a higher risk of death than those who did not take the medications.
The retrospective study looked at patients over four months across six continents, and found that taking the medications was associated with an increased frequency of abnormal heartbeats.
Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine got attention early on in the pandemic as a potential treatment for...
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