COVID-19 DRUGS REVIEW
A living compendium of scientific data on available drugs that have the potential to be effective in the treatment of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has no known specific treatments. However, there might be in vitro and early clinical data as well as evidence from Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome and Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome that could inform clinicians and researchers. This systematic review aims to create priorities for future research of drugs repurposed for COVID-19.
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