Explanation: It is actually a non-peer-reviewed study that evaluated the use of the drug in people who were in advanced stages of the disease, not using the drug preventively. The research uses an observational method and a small number of patients. Major health agencies have reviewed the current evidence on hydroxychloroquine and concluded that it has no benefit against the Covid-19.Read the Full Article (Estadão Verifica)
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