Executive Privilege: How Giving Trump Special Access To Experimental COVID Treatment Could Backfire
Trump receives Regeneron’s experimental antibody under FDA’s expanded access program, Gilead’s remdesivir and dexamethasone. The president’s treatment choices could influence clinical trials of all COVID-19 medicines and even trial recruitment for other diseases, experts said.
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