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Arizona Hospitals, Doctors, Patients Waiting on New Treatment Against Omicron to Arrive

Natasha Bhuyan, MD — a family physician and a clinical assistant professor with the college's Department of Family, Community and Preventive Medicine — said COVID-19 patients are getting diagnosed every day, but are struggling to find places for them to get an infusion of monoclonal antibodies.

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