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Colorado researchers are racing to find an antiviral drug that could save people with the new coronavirus

A team at the CU pharmacy school is testing modified versions of two HIV drugs in the hopes of finding a treatment that works for the virus.

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Written by The Colorado Sun on March 20, 2020

Almost a week after the new coronavirus shut down the University of Colorado medical campus and booted Jed Lampe from his lab, he got the call he had been waiting for Thursday afternoon. 

Lampe and two of his fellow researchers received special permission from their department chair and the dean of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy to get back to work on what feels like perhaps the most important and exciting research of their lives: finding a drug that could save people with COVID-19.

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