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The COVID drug wars that pitted doctor vs. doctor

By The New York Times  
   August 05, 2020

Mangala Narasimhan, an intensive-care-unit doctor, started feeling impatient soon after the start of a meeting she attended at Long Island Jewish Medical Center on May 13. She wanted to get back to the unit, but instead she was sitting in a conference room with about a dozen colleagues. By then, the surge of Covid-19 cases, the waves of suffering that had crashed down on her hospital for months, was beginning, miraculously, to recede.

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