Drugging [noun]

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Clark said she apologized for letting her try out in the first place when the cheer handbook had a zero-tolerance drug policy that called for a ban the following season.

These treatments include cheap and readily available drugs like dexamethasone and hydrocortisone, which can cut the risk of dying in very sick patients by a third.

The department plans to negotiate in 2021 with the Fraternal Order of Police that they expand random drug testing to make sure every officer is tested at least once a year.

This isn’t unusual for drug companies to withhold information about a potential medication that has yet to reach the market.

Earlier this year, the US Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, which requires manufacturers to report real or potential drug shortages to the FDA.

At the time, Gillum denied using any drugs and said he had “too much to drink.”

Release of a drug before all the data is gathered risks undermining the foundational principle of vaccination, which depends on inoculating very large numbers of people.

This is the essence of drug development, the randomized clinical trial that helps determine whether or not an experimental treatment actually has a significant effect.

Economists have also found that drug development responds to incentives created by the patent system.

Aside from AstraZeneca’s vaccine candidate, there are nine other drugs in phase 3 clinical trials.