FDA warns against hydroxychloroquine outside hospitals, citing heart risk


A warning from the food and drug administration about hydroxy chloride Quinn CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter reports the FDA says the malaria drug president trump is promoted as a corona virus treatment should not be used outside of hospitals and research labs and alert center doctors warns they should not prescribe hydroxy chloride when because of the risk of death have possible side effects including heart rhythm problems severe low blood pressure and muscle or nerve damage doctors at one New York hospital reported heart rhythm abnormalities in most of the eighty four your patience given hydroxy Clark went and the antibiotic

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