Lack of Association Between Hydroxychloroquine and Cardiac Events in Patients With RA

November 5-9, 2020; Virtual Meeting
In a cohort of US patients with RA, neither an increased incidence of cardiac events nor increased mortality was observed with use of HCQ.
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Released: November 11, 2020

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