Share this with FacebookShare this with TwitterShare this with LinkedInEmail this pagePrint this page KSHB: Treating COVID-19 presents challenges, opportunities for medical community June 19, 2020 A new study has identified dexamethasone, a commonly used steroid, as a possible treatment for COVID-19. KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd, an infectious disease physician at Saint Luke's, about how this drug is used and why she is 'cautiously optimistic'. Watch the full story below. Related Content KSHB: Neurologists see increase in stress-induced migraines amid the pandemic Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, neurologists are seeing many patients with worsening or more frequent migraines. KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Gibbons about what's causing this trend. KMBC: Kansas City hospitals say they're well equipped for potential second wave of COVID-19 Saint Luke's experts talk about a possible second wave of COVID-19 and how they are prepared. KMBZ: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution Hear why Dr. Sarah Boyd, Saint Luke's Infectious Diseases physician, says opening back up isn't like flipping a switch and everything is safe again.