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Run on hydroxychloroquine leaves lupus patients in limbo

People with lupus depend on hydroxychloroquine to prevent rashes, debilitating fatigue and joint pain, and the drug is now in short supply after being touted as a potential treatment for COVID-19. In Arizona, a woman is in critical care and her husband is dead after taking nonpharmaceutical-grade chloroquine phosphate to ward off the disease, according to Banner Health.

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