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Missing Data: One Long-Term Lesson From US FDA Action On Hydroxychloroquine

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Politicization of COVID-19 treatments is one of the unexpected wrinkles amid an unprecedented pandemic. But one lesson from the hydroxychloroquine experience in the US is more typical if still troubling: almost no one followed the rules on reporting follow-up data.

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