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Donald Trump takes Regeneron monoclonal antibodies, remdesivir and dexamethasone, which may not work together well

When Donald Trump returned to the White House and immediately removed his mask in a new pandemic-denial drama act on Monday night, he did so after receiving an unusual and potentially dangerous mix of drugs to treat his new coronavirus .

It is not yet clear to what extent the drug cocktail might be effective in reducing the severity of Trump’s COVID-19 case and associated symptoms; medical experts are increasingly skeptical of any information from the White House. It is also not clear whether the 74-year-old president is experiencing any side effects that could weigh on his stability, mental clarity and judgment in the coming days. But major side effects are certainly possible from the mixture of drugs he took, the experts said.

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