Covid-19’s impact on US medical research—shifting money, easing rules

@article{KardasNelson2020Covid19sIO,
  title={Covid-19’s impact on US medical research—shifting money, easing rules},
  author={Mara Kardas-Nelson},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2020},
  volume={369}
}
In the US, basic research has largely shut down. But Mara Kardas-Nelson reports that some clinical research is continuing—and some is being repurposed in the fight against covid-19 
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