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Monkeypox: US Gov’t Leaders Say Tpoxx Needs Randomized Control Trial Before Treatment For All

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Media reports have emphasized the public’s frustration with gaining access to Tpoxx, an antiviral that may help treat monkeypox. But top officials at FDA, CDC and NIH defend the need to study the drug more first, even as they note they are making expanded access easier.

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