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Gargling with iodine won't stop you getting COVID

By Roger Tisi, Associate Professor, Head of Undergraduate Medicine, School of Medicine, Anglia Ruskin University
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Social media is awash with bogus COVID treatments. First, there was hydroxychloroquine, then bleach, followed hard on the heels by ivermectin – a cattle dewormer. The latest on the scene is

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