Chloroquine

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This. It's unbelievable given data in a vacuum, but given the depths of the mis/disinformation these rubes will believe, it's sadly very, very believable.
At least he didn't tell them he was chasing it with a glass of lysol. CRG would be furiously scouring the web for articles showing how effective that is.
 

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At least he didn't tell them he was chasing it with a glass of lysol. CRG would be furiously scouring the web for articles showing how effective that is.
And his post would start with "Everybody knows..."
 

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This. It's unbelievable given data in a vacuum, but given the depths of the mis/disinformation these rubes will believe, it's sadly very, very believable.
Well this is the annoying thing about the internet: good percentage of the posters here enjoy pushing mis/disinformation. For the sole reason that they know it's annoying. That's the entertainment/pleasure they get in posting it. CRG is chief captain.
 

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It just hasn't.
Even some of the pubs underneath your headline article reference more recent meta analysis that show increased morbidity. If trump were to keep taking it (he's not, don't worry), approx 58% of the country would be very hopeful. No physician is going to prescribe that drug to the president knowing what we know. He'd have to score it through Ronny Jackson, who used to hand out amphetamines like candy before he kind of disappeared.
 

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Even some of the pubs underneath your headline article reference more recent meta analysis that show increased morbidity. If trump were to keep taking it (he's not, don't worry), approx 58% of the country would be very hopeful. No physician is going to prescribe that drug to the president knowing what we know. He'd have to score it through Ronny Jackson, who used to hand out amphetamines like candy before he kind of disappeared.
Nothing bears out what you're saying. There was the ridiculous 'study' from the VA. As we know that's meaningless. Giving a medication to someone at deaths door doesn't prove that the medication is in effective. I'm not sure why you would say that Trump wasn't or isn't taking it.

No physician is going to prescribe that drug to the president knowing what we know.
Actually, we know it's a safe medication to take.
 

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Nothing bears out what you're saying. There was the ridiculous 'study' from the VA. As we know that's meaningless. Giving a medication to someone at deaths door doesn't prove that the medication is in effective. I'm not sure why you would say that Trump wasn't or isn't taking it.



Actually, we know it's a safe medication to take.
It wasn’t even FROM the VA. It was data collected from an outside source on patients near death with no controls for study. It’s total garbage.
 

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Jam jam doesn’t do ‘support the claim’ work. It’s much easier for him to spew misinformation without evidence.
He thought the drug was proven to increase mortality rates in Covid patients. Now he realizes he was wrong, but now realizes he was wrong & doesn't have the integrity to admit he screwed up.
 

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It wasn’t even FROM the VA. It was data collected from an outside source on patients near death with no controls for study. It’s total garbage.
Correct. The head of the VA spoke to this the other day, saying they absolutely did not agree with those findings.
 

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To understand the argument here you have understand the liberal irrational hate for Trump is so bad that they desire to have unnecessary deaths and to totally destroy the economy. They are evil. They are haters. That is what you are seeing here from jammer and Mpls and some others.
 

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Both JAMA and the New England Journal of Medicine published studies that produced results showing that hydroxy don't do no good, rabbit holers. Additionally its side effects can be quite dangerous, particularly for a morbidly obese 73 year old. I'm not linking the articles because that will make you crazy, which is fun. (You won't understand them anyway.)

No worries, fellas. His doc isn't prescribing that drug.
 

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All drugs have side effects for some. It is a prescription drug to be used under a doctors supervision. You aren't tracking with something. That thing is real life.
In real life a doctor would never prescribe that drug to a 73 year old morbidly obese man to be taken on a preventive basis. Unless, of course, the doc graduated from a charter school, charter school.
 

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In real life a doctor would never prescribe that drug to a 73 year old morbidly obese man to be taken on a preventive basis. Unless, of course, the doc graduated from a charter school, charter school.
Unless he was Deep State.....
 

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In real life a doctor would never prescribe that drug to a 73 year old morbidly obese man to be taken on a preventive basis. Unless, of course, the doc graduated from a charter school, charter school.
Did the short-lived Trump University include a med school branch?
 

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As anecdotal evidence, hydroxychloroquine worked as a malaria preventitive in my cases. Also for huge numbers for other military members who have deployed to areas where malaria is an issue. There are few here that would have first hand experience.
What was the average of the soldiers taking it? While it may not affect a 23 year old, it may well behave differently when taken by a 73 year old.
Also, if per his claim, that numerous HCPs are taking it, then why don't they come out and say so?
There is also the possibility he isn't even taken it and it's just another attempt to change the dialogue of the news cycle as well.
 

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Both JAMA and the New England Journal of Medicine published studies that produced results showing that hydroxy don't do no good, rabbit holers. Additionally its side effects can be quite dangerous, particularly for a morbidly obese 73 year old. I'm not linking the articles because that will make you crazy, which is fun. (You won't understand them anyway.)

No worries, fellas. His doc isn't prescribing that drug.
The Jam Jam back peddle.
 

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Oh No Howie and Jammer! Your hero, how COULD she
 
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