Suppression of Covid Treatments

The false ivermectin narrative begins. Will Merck, which distributes ivermectin free without a prescription in Africa, ban its use for Covid in the US?

An Austrian independent journalist, writing in German and google-translated, wrote the following article on February 7. I expand on it, below. “In their fight against the low-cost HCQ – which, thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antithrombotic properties, has also proven effective in the early treatment of high-risk patients – the opponents published a fictional study in …

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How a false hydroxychloroquine narrative was created, and more

It is remarkable that a large series of events taking place over the past months produced a unified message about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), and produced similar policies about the drug in the US, Canada, Australia, NZ and western Europe.  The message is that generic, inexpensive hydroxychloroquine (costing only $1.00 to produce a full course) …

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Even worse than ‘Recovery,’ potentially lethal hydroxychloroquine study in patients near death

What could be worse than giving potentially lethal doses of hydroxychloroquine to Hospitalized Covid-19 patients? The REMAP-Covid study is using the same HCQ dose as the Recovery trial for 6 days.  But it is even worse for the following reasons: You have to be close to death, either on a …

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WHO and UK trials use potentially lethal hydroxychloroquine dose — according to WHO consultant

The Solidarity Trial is a WHO-led conglomeration of many national trials of treatments for Covid-19. In March alone, the WHO collected $108 million from donors to cover costs of Solidairy clinical trials. Per the WHO: As of 3 June 2020, more than 3500 patients have been recruited in 35 countries, with over 400 hospitals actively …

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