Dr. Eric Lenze

psychiatry professor at Washington University School of Medicine

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The OCD drug fluvoxamine can be repurposed for COVID-19 patients due to its anti-inflammatory effects, according to Washington University psychiatry professor Eric Lenze.

OCD medicine fluvoxamine might prevent serious COVID cases, new research suggests

The OCD drug fluvoxamine can be repurposed for COVID-19 patients due to its anti-inflammatory effects, according to Washington University psychiatry professor Eric Lenze.

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