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9 New Drugs for Primary Care: Q1 2020

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A first-in-class saliva test for COVID-19 detection, the first oral immunotherapy for peanut allergies, and 7 more new drugs PCPs should know about.

At the close of the first quarter of a new decade, Patient Care® Online has compiled a list of 9 new FDA-approved drugs for conditions that are often seen in primary care. Scroll through the slides below to find details on the first intravenous calcitonin gene-related peptide blocker for migraine prevention; the first and only oral immunotherapy for peanut allergies; a first-in-class collection method that utilizes saliva as the primary test biomaterial for COVID-19; and 6 more.

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