KSHB: Treating COVID-19 presents challenges, opportunities for medical community

June 19, 2020


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. 

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