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Hydroxycholoroquine Sulfate

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They want death.

Because they're loving this FEAR.

And because the Soros/Gates Foundation plan is rolling along.

I feel like a Jew knowing they're coming for me for Auschwitz. Eventually it'll happen and there's no way to protect myself.
 

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View attachment 166270 https://www.wnd.com/2020/05/hospital-restricts-prominent-doctor-treating-covid-hydroxychloroquine/

The co-chair of the department, Dr. Lincoln Miller, announced the new policy to physicians, citing the recommendation of the hospital's Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.

"I have never heard of a hospital doing something like this," Smith told WND late Friday.

"It goes against all my understanding of medical ethics in research," said the physician, a graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine and a former research scientist at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases under Dr. Anthony Fauci.
They are willing to let patients die, for purely political reasons. And that being the case, and it can be proven, those responsible for this edict should be charged with felony homicide.
 

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They are willing to let patients die, for purely political reasons. And that being the case, and it can be proven, those responsible for this edict should be charged with felony homicide.
The courts are not our friends. Not of conservatives and not of America.

The frightening thing of this is, the political leaders and power-holders of America, are themselves trying, and succeeding, in leveling America.
 

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The enemies of this country have been/are being revealed...

What is to be done with them?

A house divided cannot stand...
 

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One man alone cannot do it.

We cannot use modern communication methods, at least not popular ones, to communicate with confederates. The whole of internet communications winds up in that NSA super-data-storage unit...coded and saved, indexed God-knows-how. Probably by SS#s of involved parties.

We will have to resort to runners; to rebel cells, to espionage plans...to fax machines on landlines. To codes and other traditional tools, now forgotten by the tech dweebs.

If we ALL...STARTED...NOW...it would take ten years to effect.
 

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According to what I'd read, the FDA banned quinine.

Maybe what I read was wrong.

Or maybe those pills are fakes.
Quinine supplements are not illegal. If you check Amazon reviews on the product, many people have ordered this product and many take it daily, for years, for different ailments.
 

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They want death.

Because they're loving this FEAR.

And because the Soros/Gates Foundation plan is rolling along.

I feel like a Jew knowing they're coming for me for Auschwitz. Eventually it'll happen and there's no way to protect myself.
The French Health Minister (lobby connections) just came out for a BAN on HCQ treatment for covid, citing the FLAWED Lancet "study" that only used TERMINAL PATIENTS as "case studies"... instead of the EARLY ONSET PROTOCOL vaunted by Pr. Raoult which has had such success in the City of Marseille and the Country of Senegal...
 

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The French Health Minister (lobby connections) just came out for a BAN on HCQ treatment for covid, citing the FLAWED Lancet "study" that only used TERMINAL PATIENTS as "case studies"... instead of the EARLY ONSET PROTOCOL vaunted by Pr. Raoult which has had such success in the City of Marseille and the Country of Senegal...
The International Socialists apparently want the older populations to die off from this.

Part of their Transforming the World. They have to rid the planet of useless mouths, and bury and hide the store of generational information.

This is really getting frightening.
 

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Quinine supplements are not illegal. If you check Amazon reviews on the product, many people have ordered this product and many take it daily, for years, for different ailments.
Essentially trace amounts, it appears.

Actual quinine pills have been made prescription since 1996. Did some research after I posted that.

Prescribing quinine "off label" - for things like leg cramps, which it works with - has become a serious FDA violation. It is only to be prescribed for malaria.

Side effects are impressive and worth consideration.
 

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Essentially trace amounts, it appears.

Actual quinine pills have been made prescription since 1996. Did some research after I posted that.

Prescribing quinine "off label" - for things like leg cramps, which it works with - has become a serious FDA violation. It is only to be prescribed for malaria.

Side effects are impressive and worth consideration.
My wife (69) said she felt "heart palpitations" the one time I served her the quinine in her tea...
I {66} still take it daily...
 

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They are willing to let patients die, for purely political reasons. And that being the case, and it can be proven, those responsible for this edict should be charged with felony homicide.
It's not only politics, it's about the money!
 

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Side effects are impressive and worth consideration.
What are the side effects and how common are they? All drugs have side effects but not all drugs are dangerous.
 

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High blood pressure and organ damage...kidneys and liver, IIRC.

Since I'm diabetic and prone to hypertension, that was all I needed to see.
Essentially trace amounts, it appears.

Actual quinine pills have been made prescription since 1996. Did some research after I posted that.

Prescribing quinine "off label" - for things like leg cramps, which it works with - has become a serious FDA violation. It is only to be prescribed for malaria.

Side effects are impressive and worth consideration.
Then consider this.
These findings that you found are about patients that take QUININE on a daily basis, over extended periods, for malaria. Lupus, leg cramps, restless leegs, etc. People who live in tropical regions consume it like popcorn.
We are talking taking quinine over a period of 10 days, in order to thwart the ongoing progression of ANY Corona Virus. This was known by Fauci and many experts in the medical establishment for years. And seems it works for number 19.
Not a risk, in my opinion.
I will take it, and it is readily available on Amazon. (Somebody call the police!) I would rather get this from Amazon, than to beg my Liberal left wing doctor to prescribe Hydroxychloroquin for me.
Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquin are both synthetic versions of quinine, though not completely synthetic, as they separate the most active ingredient alkaloids from quinine in order to make it.
But if you choose COVID19 over Quinine, be my guest.
 

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Check carefully for the amount contained.

Since it's a prescription drug, I can assure you that what you get in those Amazon compounds, are only trace amounts, or small quantities - under the threshold of what the FDA requires a prescription for.

As with paragoric. Codeine is a prescription compound, but paragoric, with a low level of codeine, was sold for years OTC to help mothers with teething babies.
 

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Well, I don't know what your quinine bottle says, but this is what's on my shelf. 325 milligrams. (No, I did not buy these recently.)

quinine.jpeg
 

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Here ya go.

https://www.fda.gov/media/75097/download

https://www.drugs.com/mtm/quinine.html

https://www.rxlist.com/consumer_quinine_qualaquin/drugs-condition.htm

I'm not going to quote excerpts, because what our masters in goobermint, and their propaganda on the Deep-State Web, tell us, should be taken with a brick of salt. But the bottom line is, the FDA has made it plain: Quinine is now by prescription only.

Dosage amounts, and relative comparisons, I couldn't get. Apparently the FDA doesn't think us lessers can understand that.

But, since their word is law...one of three things is going on here.

1) your bottles are from a foreign source and are fraudulent.

2) your bottles are bootlegged in - why they're not cracking down, I don't know.

3) the dose is so small, as to not be a concern for the Great and Mighty FDA. I know what it says on the label. Is that the weight of the PILL, not the drug contained within the buffer compound?

That's the danger when you buy from unknown sources that violate the law. Like buying crack cocaine from Tyrone over on MLK Boulevard...and finding out what you got was Ivory Soap.
 

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Check carefully for the amount contained.
I did. USA made, 100% 1000 milligrams of Cinchona bark. After searching for the amount of active ingredient that will treat malaria or Lupus, 50 milligrams. Therefore Big Pharm extracts that ingredient from the bark to make Hydroxychloroquin. Similar to the process they use to make synthetic opioids.
Pharm can't make money unless they fiddle around with the natural plant, change a molecule, or two, and then patent it.
Then, they flood the information Stream with the bullshit dangers of the natural remedy.
Time and again.
 

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Like buying crack cocaine from Tyrone over on MLK Boulevard...and finding out what you got was Ivory Soap.
Tyrone has always sold me quality product.
 

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1) your bottles are from a foreign source and are fraudulent.
No, I bought them from regular drug stores, over the counter. Obviously before the FDA restrictions.
 

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Quinine
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Not to be confused with quinidine, quinone, or quinoline.
Quinine
Clinical data Pronunciation US: /ˈkwaɪnaɪn/, /kwɪˈniːn/ or UK: /ˈkwɪniːn/ KWIN-eenTrade names Qualaquin, Quinate, Quinbisul, othersAHFS/Drugs.com MonographMedlinePlus a682322License data
Pregnancy
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  • AU: D
  • US: C (Risk not ruled out)
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By mouth, intramuscular, intravenous, rectalATC code
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Quinine is a medication used to treat malaria and babesiosis.[2] This includes the treatment of malaria due to Plasmodium falciparum that is resistant to chloroquine when artesunate is not available.[2][3] While sometimes used for restless legs syndrome, quinine is not recommended for this purpose due to the risk of serious side effects.[2] It can be taken by mouth or intravenously.[2] Malaria resistance to quinine occurs in certain areas of the world.[2] Quinine is also the ingredient in tonic water that gives it its bitter taste.[4]

Common side effects include headache, ringing in the ears, trouble seeing, and sweating.[2] More severe side effects include deafness, low blood platelets, and an irregular heartbeat.[2] Use can make one more prone to sunburn.[2] While it is unclear if use during pregnancy causes harm to the baby, treating malaria during pregnancy with quinine when appropriate is still recommended.[2]

Quinine is an alkaloid, a naturally occurring chemical compound.[2] How it works as a medicine is not entirely clear.[2]

Quinine was first isolated in 1820 from the bark of a cinchona tree, which is native to Peru.[2][5][6] Bark extracts had been used to treat malaria since at least 1632 and it was introduced to Spain as early as 1636 by Jesuit missionaries from the New World.[7]

Quinine is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the safest and most effective medicines needed in a health system.[8] The wholesale price in the developing world is about US$1.70 to $3.40 per course of treatment.[9] In the United States a course of treatment costs more than $200.[10]

Uses[edit]
Medical[edit]
As of 2006, quinine is no longer recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a first-line treatment for malaria, because there are other substances that are equally effective with fewer side effects. They recommend that it be used only when artemisinins are not available.[11][12][13][14] Quinine is also used to treat lupus and arthritis.

Quinine was frequently prescribed as an off-label treatment for leg cramps at night, but this has become less common due to a warning from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that such practice is associated with life-threatening side effects.[15][16][17]

Available forms[edit]
Quinine is a basic amine and is usually provided as a salt. Various existing preparations include the hydrochloride, dihydrochloride, sulfate, bisulfate and gluconate. In the United States, quinine sulfate is commercially available in 324-mg tablets under the brand name Qualaquin.

All quinine salts may be given orally or intravenously (IV); quinine gluconate may also be given intramuscularly (IM) or rectally (PR).[18][19] The main problem with the rectal route is that the dose can be expelled before it is completely absorbed; in practice, this is corrected by giving a further half dose. No injectable preparation of quinine is licensed in the US; quinidine is used instead.[20][21]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quinine
 

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Got a double dose of Vitamin D today, in my backyard. No goovment chemtrails today, to block the suns rays, though they have tried like hell in the recent past. You ever priced prescription Vitamin D? Expensive as hell.
 

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Sheryl Atkisson is a 4 time emmy winning journalist. I have found her work to be credible and worth taking a look at...

 

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The enemies of this country have been/are being revealed...

What is to be done with them?

A house divided cannot stand...
You don't think we became a house divided during Hussein's reign?
Obama did it on purpose. His felonious activities stack up to the ceiling.
He tried to bring down the country, literally!
He even arranged for Iran to receive enriched Uranium, enough to build 10 nuclear bombs.
He gave Iran Billions and Billions of taxpayer dollars to allow them finance their continuing terror activities in the Middle East.
He plotted with the lead law enforcement in the FBI to bring down a lawfully elected President, chosen by the people.
A coup de' tat. No two ways about it
Capital Punishment for those found guilty of Treason, and life terms for those willing to testify against Obama and Biden.
A house divided? Obama divided the country and continues to do so. His Presidency was the most corrupt in US history.
We have many folks that need to go to jail. It's a matter of National Security. We can't allow this to happen again.
 

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Found something about tonic water. The dose is quite low.

This is 100% pure food grade Quinine (quinine hydrochloride) is used as bittering agent for beverages such as Indian tonic water, grape tonic water, bitters and vermouth.

The American Food and Drug administration limits the dosage of Quinine in tonic water to 83 ppm (or 83mg per liter water).
A 20g pack will therefore make at least 240 Liters of Indian tonic water if used at the maximum dosage.


https://distillique.co.za/Shop/gin-botanicals/1179-quinine.html

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You don't think we became a house divided during Hussein's reign?
Obama did it on purpose. His felonious activities stack up to the ceiling.
He tried to bring down the country, literally!
He even arranged for Iran to receive enriched Uranium, enough to build 10 nuclear bombs.
He gave Iran Billions and Billions of taxpayer dollars to allow them finance their continuing terror activities in the Middle East.
He plotted with the lead law enforcement in the FBI to bring down a lawfully elected President, chosen by the people.
A coup de' tat. No two ways about it
Capital Punishment for those found guilty of Treason, and life terms for those willing to testify against Obama and Biden.
A house divided? Obama divided the country and continues to do so. His Presidency was the most corrupt in US history.
We have many folks that need to go to jail. It's a matter of National Security. We can't allow this to happen again.
obummers actions were deplorable, despicable , downright abhorant

but what did the Great Attorney General of the United States of America’s have to say about it?

”Not every abuse of power, no matter how outrageous, is necessarily a federal crime. Now as to President Obama and Vice President Biden, whatever their level of involvement, based on the information I have today, I don’t expect Mr. Durham’s work will lead to a criminal investigation of either man. Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others. Thanks for your question, Pete. The next question.”

the full text
https://www.dailywire.com/news/atto...ecedented?mc_cid=dcf24295cf&mc_eid=2ed614cf74
 

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Quinine dosages.

https://www.nicd.ac.za/wp-content/u...the_Treatment_of_Malaria_update_June_2018.pdf

QUININE (oral) One tablet usually contains 300 mg quinine sulphate

10 mg salt/kg body weight every eight hours for seven days. In the past, maximum doses have been recommended, but there is no evidence or justification for this practice. For obese patients, less of the drug is often distributed to fat than other tissues; therefore they should be dosed on an estimate of lean body weight or ideal body weight. Patients who are heavy but not obese require the same mg/kg doses as lighter patients.

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We cannot use modern communication methods, at least not popular ones,
We will have to resort to runners; to rebel cells, to espionage plans...to fax machines on landlines. To codes and other traditional tools, now forgotten by the tech dweebs.
Gotennas might work. They allow communication between cell phones that aren't connected to a cell service or wi-fi.

Granted, they have to be setup for specific devices and they have at most a four mile range, but if enough people in a group used them, it would allow for communication across local areas without the need to physically meet.
....and it uses end-to-end encryption.
https://gotennamesh.com/products/mesh
 

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Quercetin is also a zinc ionophore (like chloroquine). Can get it without a prescription as its sold in every natural heath store. The Africans use a plant called Artemisa annua to treat malaria as it works better than any antimalarial drug. A few African countries are using it for treatment of the beer virus. It tastes as bitter or worse than quinine. Another name for it is sweet wormwood and sold without a prescription online.
 

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Following the article in "The Lancet", the WHO gave "recommendations" to halt ALL USE OF HCQ for Coronavirus, citing "that it increases deaths". (- because they're only looking at giving the HCQ at the FINAL DEATH THROES - NOT EARLY).
France is forbidding prescribing it - (and 99% of the comments under the articles are BLASTING THE WHO & BIG PHARMA LOBBIES)...
 

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Sharyl interviews doctors in Hydroxy and the doctors are pissed

Sharyl: Cardiologist Dr. William O’Neill is a medical director at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan where they’re studying both remdesivir and hydroxychloroquine.

Some people in the media are treating hydroxychloroquine as if it's something that's being pitched by charlatans, it's dangerous, and that's been debunked and discredited. What do you make of that?

Dr. O’Neill: I think that's very harmful. President Trump touted it early and so then the media set out to disprove and discredit it without any regard for science. I think those of us that are actually involved in the scientific endeavor feel that there is some value to it and it has to be tested

Sharyl: Dr. O’Neill says he’s prescribed hydroxychloroquine to help numerous coronavirus patients and saw improvement in all of them. He’s less impressed, so far, by remdesivir.

Dr. O’Neill: There's a lot of hype for the drug. I saw the original new England Journal article study and I saw the Lancet study and to me it's just like a big Ho Hum I just don't see a big benefit to it.

Sharyl: Adding to the drama and confusion, a draft version of a study was accidentally published last month showing remdesivir did not help most coronavirus patients and caused such serious side effects, 18 test subjects were taken off the drug. Gilead, the maker of remdesivir, did not respond to our interview requests but has said it ended the study because it couldn’t find enough volunteers to take part.

On May 1, the FDA seemed to give remdesivir the edge, allowing emergency use for severely ill coronavirus patients at the same time, stepping up cautions against hydroxychloroquine and its sister drug saying they should only be taken in the hospital or as part of a formal study due to reports of “serious heart rhythm problems.”

Dr. O’Neill is now leading a study to find out if hydroxychloroquine can serve a critical role as a medicine to prevent coronavirus. But he says the bad press is making it difficult.

Dr. O’Neill: Now people are scared to use the drug without any scientifically valid concern. We've talked with our colleagues at the University of Minnesota who are doing a similar study, and at the University of Washington. We've treated 400 patients and haven't seen a single adverse event. And what's happening is because of this fake news and fake science, the true scientific efforts are being harmed because people now are so worried that they don't want to enroll in the trials.

Dr. Steven Hatfill: Why are the press running medicine in the United States? This is not right.
Sharyl: Dr. Steven Hatfill is a biomedical scientist who worked on Ebola and studies pandemic responses and medicine. He says there’s an unwarranted campaign against hydroxychloroquine.
Sharyl: You think lives were lost because it wasn't used?

Dr. Hatfill: Yes, lives were lost.
He took hydroxychloroquine years ago for malaria and recently, again, to test to prevent coronavirus.
Sharyl: A preventive would mean, if it were to work, that the fear that this comes back before there's a working vaccine, the fear that we have another shutdown …

Dr. Hatfill: a return to work … early detection, return to work. Would I give it as a prophylaxis to everybody? No. But for fit, healthy, critical workers going back to work or high risk populations; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, ex-smokers, diabetics, obesity …

Sharyl: Might work for them?

Dr. Hatfill: It might work for them.

Sharyl: A third scientist we spoke to, who says hydroxychloroquine has been unfairly disparaged, is Dr. Jane Orient, head of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

How do you account for the difference in medical and scientific opinion about this drug? Because some people seem so certain that it can be a positive benefit to coronavirus patients, maybe even crucial in the early days, whereas some people are convinced it should absolutely not be used.

Dr. Orient: That's a very good question. But the ones who have the most experience are very enthusiastic about the possibilities. And we do have naysayers that we suspect may have a little conflict of interest because they are so enthusiastic about remdesivir, which is a new drug that hasn't been approved for anything. And that so far is showing a really very equivocal or even negative results.

http://fullmeasure.news/news/cover-story/hydroxychloroquine
 

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Moar from the doctors interview

Sharyl: All three scientists criticized that VA report casting doubt on hydroxychloroquine as little more than a list of cases with crucial details missing. It turns out one author of the report received research funding from Gilead, the maker of remdesivir, including a 247-thousand dollar grant in 2018.

Orient: I think we have to look at the money. There's no big profits made in hydroxychloroquine. It's very cheap, easy to manufacture, been around for 70 years. It's generic

Remdesivir is a new drug that could be very expensive and very lucrative if it's ever approved. So I think we really do have to consider there's some financial interest involved here.

Dr. Hatfill: Some of these decisions did not seem to be rational. And when things, in my opinion that are so clear, the right path to take aren't taken, very often: Money is somehow involved

Sharyl: When it comes to money, we checked financial ties among experts on the government panel devising coronavirus treatment guidelines— which had the effect of dialing back hydroxychloroquine use and giving an edge to remdesivir.

We found that of 11 members reporting links to a drug company, nine of them named relationships to remdesivir’s maker Gilead. Seven more, including two of the committee’s leaders, have ties to Gilead beyond the 11 months they had to disclose. Two were on Gilead’s advisory board. Others were paid consultants or received research support and honoraria

Nobody reported ties to hydroxychloroquine which is now made by numerous generic manufacturers and is so cheap, analysts say even a spike in sales would not be a financial driver for the companies.
In the end, politics and money aside, at least some scientists aren’t ready to count hydroxychloroquine out of the coronavirus equation. Even if others already have.

Sharyl: Is it possible that it's not one or the other— that hydroxychloroquine could be used in a certain setting, maybe for preventive if you find out that works, and the other drug could be used in other settings?

Dr. O’Neill: No, Absolutely. I think, I think that it's just still very early in this disease process that we're going to learn lot. There's 600 studies that are being done in the United States right now on Covid to see all sorts of different kinds of infections and combinations. We're going to be a lot smarter at the end of the summer. So I think what I would just say to everybody, just hold your powder.

We wanted to hear perspectives from from Dr. Fauci and Gilead, the maker of remdesivir, but they declined our interview requests. We also contacted numerous scientists who have criticized or are skeptical of hydroxycholoroquine, but they also did not want to be interviewed for this report

http://fullmeasure.news/news/cover-story/hydroxychloroquine
 

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India Expands Use Of HCQ To Prevent Coronavirus Based On Three Studies

India will continue using hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as a preventative measure against COVID-19, after the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) declared on Tuesday that the drug was found to be very effective with minimal side effects for prophylaxis.

The ICMR's decision was based on three studies they conducted, which resulted in a Friday advisory to expand the drug's use, according to ThePrint.

Speaking at a Tuesday press conference, ICMR Director General Dr. Balram Bhargava said "COVID-19 is an evolving field. We don’t know which medicines are working and which are not. There are lots of drugs that have been repurposed for use in COVID whether prophylaxis or as treatment. HCQ is a very old anti-malarial drug that was being widely used and it continues to be widely used. It is safer."

"We did some invitro study in labs and found that it has antiviral properties. This drug became suddenly popular when the American government also started using it and they got-fast track approval or emergency use authorisation. We also thought that it may be a useful drug for prevention of COVID," he added.

https://www.zerohedge.com/health/india-expands-use-hcq-prevent-coronavirus-based-three-studies
 

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France BANNED HCQ for "coronavirus" OFFICIALLY today... Big Pharma RULES....
 

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France BANNED HCQ for "coronavirus" OFFICIALLY today... Big Pharma RULES....
What a shitshow! This is war!! They're killing people and must be stopped!
 

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Russia WILL NOT ban hydroxychloroquine, drug taken by US President Trump, for use in treating Covid-19

Russia’s Health Ministry announced it will not ban hydroxychloroquine, seen by some as potentially dangerous. The drug, touted by US President Trump, has been suspended for use in treating Covid-19 in France, Italy, and Belgium.

On Thursday, the Russian Health Ministry stated on its website that hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness and safety in the treatment of coronavirus is continually being monitored, but the ministry is not taking any steps towards outlawing it. This decision is in sharp contrast to moves made by some European countries which, due to safety concerns, have completely stopped the prescription of the drug to fight the coronavirus.

“Several drugs are used to treat patients with Covid-19,” a ministry statement said. “Among these drugs is hydroxychloroquine, which, due to its anti-inflammatory effect and effect on the immune system, has been used for decades to treat malaria, rheumatoid arthritis, and systemic lupus erythematosus.”

https://www.rt.com/russia/490018-russia-not-ban-drug-covid19/