Docs should resist hydroxychloroquine temptation, say experts

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Doctors shouldn’t prescribe hydroxychloroquine for family and friends to treat COVID-19, write a group of authors including prominent pharmacists In Australian Prescriber the authors, who include Associate Professor Ian Coombes, from the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Brisbane Department of Pharmacy and the University of Queensland’s School of Pharmacy, and Professor Jason A Roberts, from

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