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Connecticut-based Hartford HealthCare plans to stock up on two drugs that may be used to treat COVID-19.
President Donald Trump wants to fast-track hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine for coronavirus patients, but doctors have concerns.
One of the drugs fights malaria, and the other is for arthritis.
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Clinical trials for the drugs will begin in New York state Tuesday to see if either drug is effective against COVID-19.
If it works, Hartford HealthCare officials says they are already moving to acquire the two drugs.
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