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Panic stockpiling of Molnupiravir can result in similar harm seen last summer. Govt must regulate

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Fearful the health system could collapse as the Covid third wave accelerates, panicked citizens have begun stockpiling the antiviral Molnupiravir. But self-medication and over-prescription caused immeasurable harm last summer; avoidable mucormycosis deaths were just one particularly grim result. The government must ensure the use of life-saving medicines is carefully regulated.

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