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These scientists raced to find a COVID-19 drug. Then the virus found them.

By The New York Times  
   July 10, 2020

In January, as a frightening new virus filled hospital wards in Wuhan, China, Stephanie Giordano, a 25-year-old researcher at the drugmaker Regeneron, in a suburb of New York City, began working on a treatment for the disease.

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