US clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine hit ‘warp speed,’ could show in weeks whether it works on coronavirus

  • Federal health regulators have fast-tracked approvals for coronavirus research, allowing scientists across the nation to skip through months of red tape.
  • Researchers at NYU Langone on March 24 launched one of the nation’s largest hydroxychloroquine studies and enrolled their first patient 10 days later.
  • It’s one of more than a dozen formal studies in the U.S. looking at the treatment for Covid-19, according to ClinicalTrials.gov.

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