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There are currently no specific treatments for COVID-19. It is possible that some existing drugs usually used for other conditions may have some benefits – but they may not. The Randomised Evaluation of COVid-19 thERapY (RECOVERY) trial will provide doctors and the health service with information they need to determine which treatments should be used. NDM's Prof Peter Horby, Professor of Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health and Chief Investigator discusses the trial in this short interview.

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