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Yale professor tells the truth - stop the dirty leftwing poltiics and lies on Hydroxycloroquine

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liars. who knew they would all fly into a RAGE because they lost the last election?

it was the election that would clinch their ownership of all of America by corruption.

but they lost.

now, the closer we get to the next pres election, they are raging in violence and slurs.

https://www.theblaze.com/news/yale-epidemiologist-hydroxychloroquine-works-against-covid

Yale epidemiologist: Hydroxychloroquine works against COVID-19, so use it and stop politicizing it

 

Put lives over politics

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LOL! And Ohio says he's full of BS. Bans the use of it in Ohio for COVID-19. You guys always claim how much smarter Ohioans are than others. Now I'm a believer!ūüėā

https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/509734-ohio-pharmacy-board-bans-use-of-hydroxychloroquine-as-coronavirus-treatment

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9 minutes ago, Canton Dawg said:

When I was in the hospital with Covid...it worked for me.

There is a difference between correlation and cause and effect. Yours may not have been cause and effect, just one of the lucky ones who could fight it off  

naturally. You will never know for sure, but glad you came out of it whatever the reason.ūüôŹūüĎć

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44 minutes ago, TexasAg1969 said:

There is a difference between correlation and cause and effect. Yours may not have been cause and effect, just one of the lucky ones who could fight it off  

naturally. You will never know for sure, but glad you came out of it whatever the reason.ūüôŹūüĎć

Detroit rep says hydroxychloroquine, Trump helped save her life amid COVID-19 fight

https://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/detroit/2020/04/06/democrat-karen-whitsett-coronavirus-hydroxychloroquine-trump/2955430001/

 

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5 hours ago, TexasAg1969 said:

There is a difference between correlation and cause and effect. Yours may not have been cause and effect, just one of the lucky ones who could fight it off  

naturally. You will never know for sure, but glad you came out of it whatever the reason.ūüôŹūüĎć

Thanks, I’m not an expert but I’m only speaking about my personal experience with the drug.

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3 hours ago, TexasAg1969 said:

well, the pharmacy board is supposed to administer/enforce the law. Looks like they had to backtrack that backtrack

https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/509734-ohio-pharmacy-board-bans-use-of-hydroxychloroquine-as-coronavirus-treatment

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3 hours ago, TexasAg1969 said:

the board doesn't make law, it administers/enforces the law, per their website. I reckon they went political upon request, then had to "oops".

Ohio pharmacy board backtracks, withdraws rule barring use of hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus

By Justin Wise - 07/30/20 08:43 AM EDT 555
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16 hours ago, Canton Dawg said:

When I was in the hospital with Covid...it worked for me.

And it's possible  massive doses of Vitamin C could have had the same result. 

Glad you recovered,  but the whole thrust of that "paper" was early use of hydroxy + azithromycin had positive results.  OK,  great. Where's your double blind telling me those folks wouldn't have recovered anyway if they had been given sugar pills instead? 

If you bothered to wade through all the Newsweek comments (I did) there were plenty of folks with equal credentials calling him out for lone wolf unsubstantiated BS. You have to go by preponderance of evidence.  BTW, Harvey's specialty is CANCER epidemiology. So go site some uncontrolled instance in Brazil Harvey- damn miracle. If it was so great, one of the world's covid  hot spots (outside of the United States) should have been totally under control by now. But they're not, I  wonder why.

It's called grasping at straws- that means you Red State. When 49 out of 50 studies say it doesn't work, just harp on the one outlier that says it does. Trump even retweeted (until everyone  took  it down) the Witch Doctor devil sperm chick who said hydroxy cured 300+ of her patients,  and you don't  need  masks either.  Tell that to Herman Cain. Whoops, can't- he's dead. 

 

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5 hours ago, hoorta said:

And it's possible  massive doses of Vitamin C could have had the same result. 

Glad you recovered,  but the whole thrust of that "paper" was early use of hydroxy + azithromycin had positive results.  OK,  great. Where's your double blind telling me those folks wouldn't have recovered anyway if they had been given sugar pills instead? 

If you bothered to wade through all the Newsweek comments (I did) there were plenty of folks with equal credentials calling him out for lone wolf unsubstantiated BS. You have to go by preponderance of evidence.  BTW, Harvey's specialty is CANCER epidemiology. So go site some uncontrolled instance in Brazil Harvey- damn miracle. If it was so great, one of the world's covid  hot spots (outside of the United States) should have been totally under control by now. But they're not, I  wonder why.

It's called grasping at straws- that means you Red State. When 49 out of 50 studies say it doesn't work, just harp on the one outlier that says it does. Trump even retweeted (until everyone  took  it down) the Witch Doctor devil sperm chick who said hydroxy cured 300+ of her patients,  and you don't  need  masks either.  Tell that to Herman Cain. Whoops, can't- he's dead. 

 

The Infectious Disease Specialist at the Cleveland Clinic, prescribed it to me.

He told me it works on some people, and not on others...verbatim.

Fortunately, it worked for me.

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4 hours ago, Canton Dawg said:

The Infectious Disease Specialist at the Cleveland Clinic, prescribed it to me.

He told me it works on some people, and not on others...verbatim.

Fortunately, it worked for me.

I'm glad it did. MHO is the drug is cheap and readily available. In malaria endemic areas in Africa you can even buy it OTC. If you contract covid, and want to take hydroxy, by all  means do so. Just realize it probably won't help much. 

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