Huntsville Hospital doctor surprised by FDA’s stop on hydroxychloroquine authorization
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FDA pulls approval of COVID drug
Dozens of scientists questioned irregularities and improbable findings in the numbers.
Dozens of scientists questioned irregularities and improbable findings in the numbers. (Source: CNN)

We asked Dr. Hassoun if the FDA pulling its emergency authorization means he can’t give it to patients anymore. And he said that’s not the case.

The FDA says if doctors can set it up as a clinical trial they can continue to treat patients with it. They just need to gather certain data.

“It’s a little surprising now that it happened three or four weeks later. Then they made that decision because there hasn’t been any new studies published since then. It’s very important for everyone to know that These things are evolving, changing a lot. So one thing that comes up today might change the next day whether negative or positive,” Dr. Hassoun said.

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