• Broward County Doctor Using Ivermectin Off-Label Combo on COVID-19 Patients—It is Working & Secures County Health Protocol Approval: Dr.Jean-Jacques Rajter, a Broward Health Medical Center physician, and his Pulmonologist wife are “pioneering” the use of the anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin on COVID-19 patients.
  • What if a Vaccine isn’t Developed? Unfortunately, not all viruses are subject to successful human vaccination. That could be the case for COVID-19 as well. Despite the hope and optimism with dozens of vaccines in the pipeline, what if it just isn’t’ possible to develop a candidate that works. This dismal outlook, hopefully will not be an outcome, must be understood and factored into any contingency planning at the state, national, and global level.
  • Expert U.S. Panel Develops NIH Treatment Guidelines for COVID-19: A panel of U.S. physicians, statisticians, and other experts has developed treatment guidelines for Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). These guidelines, intended for healthcare providers, are based on published and preliminary data and the clinical expertise of the panelists, many of whom are front-line clinicians caring for patients during the rapidly evolving pandemic.
  • Stanford Shatters Record for Study Start-up For NIH COVID-19 Study Investigating Remdesivir: Stanford University moved quickly to ramp up the #Gilead Remdesivir global clinical trial—and enrolled 30 participants quickly thereafter for the adaptive clinical trial.

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