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Every person has the right to expect that when they use a medical product, whether medicine, vaccine or diagnostic kit, it works. But too often, that is not the case. Substandard medical products result from errors, negligence or poor practice in manufacturing, transportation and/or storage. In contrast, falsified products result from criminal fraud. Both innovative and generic products are affected.
Professor Nick White ells us about the COPCOV trial that aims to determine whether chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine are effective in preventing COVID-19 in health care workers.
Studentships at the Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit in Bangkok, Thailand
COPCOV has more than doubled recruitment in the past month, with 1332 participants enrolled as of 7 July.