OMRF has answered the call for personal protective equipment donations and is joining the Covid-19 testing efforts.
The prospect that hydroxychloroquine might be effective for treating the coronavirus has raised hopes, but it’s also created a potential crisis.
Experts say we need to presume that anyone could have the virus – and behave accordingly.
The drug, chloroquine phosphate, was originally developed to fight malaria.
The funds are designated for research in OMRF’s Aging and Metabolism Research Program.
With Oklahoma reporting its first coronavirus case on Friday, state health experts are preparing for more infections.