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Can I use the definite article before the word "treatment" in a generic sense? If not, what's the difference in the meaning of these sentences?

  1. Several therapeutic agents have been evaluated for (the) treatment of Covid-19, but none have yet been shown to be efficacious.

  2. The optimal dose and duration of (the) treatment of COVID-19 with Remdesivir are unknown.

  3. The cost-effectiveness of (the) treatment of Covid-19 was calculated.

  4. Individualizing (the) treatment of patients is being considered.

Which one is grammatically correct?

  1. The use of Remdesivir for (the) treatment of Covid-19 was approved.

  2. The use of Remdesivir for a treatment of Covid-19 was approved.

  3. The use of Remdesivir as a treatment of Covid-19 was approved.

  4. They have used Remdesivir for (the) treatment of Covid-19.

  5. They have used Remdesivir for a treatment of Covid-19.
    They have used Remdesivir for a treatment of Covid-19.

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