Published April 27, 2020 at 8:36am
Hydroxychloroquine has been used for decades as a prophylactic treatment against malaria for adults and children.
It has been widely accepted as a safe way to prevent the disease for adults and children.
Ever since President Trump mentioned the highly successful studies of hydroxychloroquine treatments on coronavirus patients the media has downplayed and miracle drug.
The far left Washington Post led the charge early.
Dr. Fauci cheered the use of hydroxychloroquine in treating the MERS virus in 2013 — but played down the drug’s effectiveness this month.
Attorney General Bill Barr appropriately called the media reaction a jihad to discredit hdroxychloroquine.
There have now been several studies touting the use of hydroxychloroquine and antibiotics in treating coronavirus.
Each test found amazing results using the drug.
In late March FOX News host Laura Ingraham reported on the latest study by the French research team led by the renowned epidemiologist Dr. Didier Raoult was able to repeat his findings from a previous study.
This time Dr. Raoult administered hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to 80 patients and observed improvement in EVERY CASE except for a very sick 86-year-old with an advanced form of coronavirus infection.
Since that time Dr. Raoult has continued his study and now has over 1,000 coronavirus patients.
98% of his COVID-19 patients have survived and improved using the drug combination.
But on Friday the FDA folded to pressure led by the liberal press and warned against the use of hydroxychloroquine.
It was a completely political move and will undoubtedly lead to several deaths.
How else can you explain this move?
The FDA is so politicized today that the leaders would rather see Americans die than tell the liberal horde to back off.
What a tragic moment for science and truth.
More… The drug was always safe until Trump promoted it.
Lancet, 2011: Chloroquine given to 1500 persons 18-65 yo, in a randomized, placebo-controlled study, for 12-WEEKS (500mg/d X7d, then 500mg/wk X11wks), was found VERY SAFE (fewer SAEs than placebo!), but ineffective for influenza prevention https://t.co/cSMxbyeLSf pic.twitter.com/i6Sb7QSrHV
— Andrew Bostom (@andrewbostom) April 26, 2020