UH seeks newly-diagnosed COVID-19 patients for clinical trial of potential treatment
Honolulu, HAWAII — The University of Hawaii School of Medicine is looking for patients who have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19 for a new clinical trial.
It’s the first clinical trial in Hawaii that seeks to find an effective treatment for coronavirus.
Patients who participate in the trial will be placed on either a placebo or telmisartan, a medication commonly used for blood pressure control.
The university is looking for 40 study participants.
Those interested in joining the study can call Cris Milne at 692-1335 or email email@example.com.