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After A Year Battling COVID-19, Drug Treatments Get A Mixed Report Card

Drugs for COVID-19 are sorted into three basic categories: They work, they don't work, or there simply isn't enough information to know. A generic steroid is one medicine that proved helpful.

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After A Year Battling COVID-19, Drug Treatments Get A Mixed Report Card

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