Chloroquine

howeda7

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You have to be of pretty low intellect to actually believe that what Fauci says at that podium is of the exact same sentiment as what he knows and what he says elsewhere. There is already plenty of evidence of the latter, if you'd ever get out of your Echo Chamber bubble of sheltered information and misinformation and disinformation. Not that proof of you being wrong ever changed your wrong opinion.
Literally everyone in Trump's orbit modifies what they say around Dear Leader. They have to. The wrong thing may send him into a rage, or send him out on stage to tell the world to shoot up with Lysol.
 

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Laura Ingraham is going to be really disappointed if chloroquine is the not the main therapeutic recommended for treating COVID

 

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Hydroxychloroquine Has about 90 Percent Chance of Helping COVID-19 Patients

Remdesivir, Hydroxychloroquine, who cares. As long as they're both getting results it's a win for all of us.

 

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What really scares the left about HCQ is that it is cheap, here now, Trump backed it and it is safe to use. If it were to be used early and often it might actually slow this virus down....and that would ruin the fear narrative.
 

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What really scares the left about HCQ is that it is cheap, here now, Trump backed it and it is safe to use. If it were to be used early and often it might actually slow this virus down....and that would ruin the fear narrative.
I'm sure doctors are avoiding using it and letting people die just to hurt Trump. Totally logical.
 

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One is a generic that's been around for 70 years. The other is a brand new drug. Wow, how shocking that the later is more expensive. It must be a conspiracy! Come on. You're a doctor and you don't know how this works?
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One is a generic that's been around for 70 years. The other is a brand new drug. Wow, how shocking that the later is more expensive. It must be a conspiracy! Come on. You're a doctor and you don't know how this works?
I think a lot of us is aware of how the pharm game works
 

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Yep, look at them just talking up this drug and lying to the public!

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The antiviral drug, remdesivir, appears to modestly reduce recovery time for patients infected with the virus, the infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Wednesday. Though he warned that the study still needed to be peer-reviewed, he called it “a very important proof of concept, because what it has proven is that a drug can block this virus.”

The F.D.A. also signaled that it would grant emergency approval of remdesivir, a senior administration official told The Times. That would allow patients to receive the drug under emergency conditions, in the absence of alternatives.

“Remdesivir is not a magic bullet, but it’s as good as we get right now,” one of the trial’s investigators told The Times.

The caveats: A separate, smaller study from China found that remdesivir had no significant effect on severely ill patients. And some scientists said they wanted to see the data from the new study before drawing conclusions; the fact that Dr. Fauci announced the initial results in a news conference, before the normal peer-review process, heightened scientists’ skepticism.

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One is a generic that's been around for 70 years. The other is a brand new drug. Wow, how shocking that the later is more expensive. It must be a conspiracy! Come on. You're a doctor and you don't know how this works?
He’s not a doctor.

Yeah, I’m not buying this. But, Gilead no doubt was involved in getting its drug studies implemented and publicized. They have a profit motive to get it done quickly.

There is little profit motive for proving HQC works, so little help, guidance, and reward for physicians participating in the studies on HCQ except their strong desire to find solutions to CV-19, which is undoubtedly a good motive.

That gives Remdesivir a nice edge.
 

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I would advise IMPOTUS to increase his dosage strongly and the frequency tremendously. And then begin exercising unbelievably.
 

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It's quite possible--if not probable--that he's NOT taking hydroxychloroquine but instead is trying to goad people into taking it themselves, just like so many are not wearing masks because he's not been wearing masks.
 

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I would advise IMPOTUS to increase his dosage strongly and the frequency tremendously. And then begin exercising unbelievably.
Are you implying he doesn't already? You think 6'3" 239 and ripped just happens?
 

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Are you implying he doesn't already? You think 6'3" 239 and ripped just happens?
No implications. Just urging him to do everything possible to accelerate his Q-T intervals in order to maximize the possibility of arrhythmia and sudden death.
 
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