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Veterans group accuses VA of using coronavirus patients as ‘testing subjects’


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WASHINGTON — A national veterans group has accused the Department of Veterans Affairs of using patients as “human testing subjects” for an anti-malaria medication that some believe could be useful against the coronavirus. 

The VA is giving hydroxychloroquine to some patients as a “last resort,” the department said Thursday, even though it’s unproven to work.  https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/veterans-group-accuses-va-of-using-coronavirus-patients-as-testing-subjects-1.627189

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