Krutika Kuppalli

Dr. Krutika Kuppalli is an infectious diseases expert and vice chair of the Global Health Committee at the Infectious Diseases Society of America.[1]

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Medical experts explain why the best Covid-19 treatments aren't 'slam dunks'

On Friday, a day after Trump announced he tested positive for Covid-19, his physician Sean Conley reported Trump received a dose of an experimental antibody cocktail developed by the biotech company Regeneron. Trump was also given the first infusion of antiviral drug remdesivir as part of a five-day treatment plan. Now we’re answering those questions with reporting and expert insight. These two treatments, experts tell Inverse, appear to be the most promising treatments available — especially in the case of disease so severe that you end up in the hospital.[2]


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