HCQ treats Covid19 successfully. It should be good news but it just creates a desire to vomit.
Hydroxychloroquine is a safe and successful treatment for the China Flu.
The American Journal of Medicine says so in its January edition:
. . .when started earlier in the hospital course, for progressively longer durations and in outpatients, antimalarials may reduce the progression of disease, prevent hospitalization, and are associated with reduced mortality.
Just as President Trump pointed out back in June.
The AJM also said azithromycin was effective, alone or with HCQ.
The AJM also touted zinc as a treatment:
Zinc is a known inhibitor of coronavirus replication. Clinical trials of zinc lozenges in the common cold have demonstrated modest reductions in the duration and or severity of symptoms.18 By extension, this readily available nontoxic therapy could be deployed at the first signs of COVID-19.19 Zinc lozenges can be administered 5 times a day for up to 5 days and extended if needed if symptoms persist.
Gee, zinc successfully treats Covid symptoms. Where did we hear that before?
As for the dangers pounded nightly by our — pick an unprintable word — media of HCQ, the AJM says that while concerns exist as with any drug it is a remarkably safe one:
HCQ was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 1955, has been used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide since then, is sold over the counter in many countries, and has a well-characterized safety profile that should not raise undue alarm
If our media and regulatory agencies merely stayed neutral and let frontline doctors follow to where their observations led, tens of thousands of people would likely still be alive.
But our establishment strangely attacked, even to the point of sanctions, any who tried to promote it as a treatment. Discussion was banned by the social media giants and advocates were merciless mocked by establishment news organs.
The answer as to why this happened has nothing to do with science or the public good. Our establishment is corrupt. Anyone who trusts our media — or our regulatory agencies — is a fool.
Yeah, you are a fool if you trust this crowd.