KSHB: Saint Luke’s Launches Global Clinical Trial to Investigate Potential COVID-19 Treatment

April 24, 2020

Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute launches a global clinical trial to investigate whether the diabetes drug dapagliflozin could be a treatment for patients with COVID-19. 


Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod, Saint Luke's cardiologist, is serving as the principal investigator for the study which will enroll 900 patients globally.

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