Facebook and American Journal of Medicine Admit Their Stand on HCQ was Wrong — These People Should be Prosecuted!

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How many people have died b/c of the corrupt CDC/FDA/NIAID/Big Tech jihad against HCQ all b/c Orange Man bad?

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/20...cine-admit-stand-hcq-wrong-people-prosecuted/

Link to the American Journal of Medicine study:

Pathophysiological Basis and Rationale for Early Outpatient Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Infection​

https://www.amjmed.com/article/S0002-9343(20)30673-2/fulltext

"Antimalarials
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is an antimalarial/anti-inflammatory drug that impairs endosomal transfer of virions within human cells. HCQ is also a zinc ionophore that conveys zinc intracellularly to block the SARS-CoV-2 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, which is the core enzyme of the virus replication.
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The currently completed retrospective studies and randomized trials have generally shown these findings: 1) when started late in the hospital course and for short durations of time, antimalarials appear to be ineffective, 2) 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.
22, 23, 24, 25
In a retrospective inpatient study of 2541 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, therapy associated with an adjusted reduction in mortality was HCQ alone (hazard ratio

= 0.34, 95% confidence interval [CI] 0.25-0.46, P <0.001) and HCQ with azithromycin (HR = 0.29, 95% CI 0.22-0.40, P<0.001).
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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.
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Although asymptomatic QT prolongation is a well-recognized and infrequent (<1%) complication of HCQ, it is possible that in the setting of acute illness symptomatic arrhythmias could develop. Data safety and monitoring boards have not declared safety concerns in any clinical trial published to date. Rare patients with a personal or family history of prolonged QT syndrome and those on additional QT prolonging, contraindicated drugs (eg, dofetilide, sotalol) should be treated with caution and a plan to monitor the QTc in the ambulatory setting. A typical HCQ regimen is 200 mg bid for 5 days and extended to 30 days for continued symptoms. A minimal sufficient dose of HCQ should be used, because in excessive doses the drug can interfere with early immune response to the virus."

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Here is a good site that tracks all the studies on HCQ:

Breakdown of mortality in limited vs. widespread HCQ use:
9TYyAIR.jpeg


There's also Ivermectin which may even be more effective than HCQ:
 
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Pretty amazing the willingness of people to kill others just to get back at Trump.

#Salute the Marine
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#IdontknowwhatImsigning
The HATRED in this country is absolutely amazing. Hatred for 1 person because of their personality traits. The media, almost every group is included, is the leader of driving this hatred across all walks of society. They have caused many unnecessary deaths because of this hatred.
 

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The HATRED in this country is absolutely amazing. Hatred for 1 person because of their personality traits. The media, almost every group is included, is the leader of driving this hatred across all walks of society. They have caused many unnecessary deaths because of this hatred.
+1 on that.

They knew it was safe, and state boards threatened medical licenses, pharmacists refused to fill prescriptions, and politicians with supposedly top-notch medical advisors criminalized prescribing it and unlawfully suppressed supply.
 

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How many people have died b/c of the corrupt CDC/FDA/NIAID/Big Tech jihad against HCQ all b/c Orange Man bad?


Link to the American Journal of Medicine study:

"Antimalarials
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is an antimalarial/anti-inflammatory drug that impairs endosomal transfer of virions within human cells. HCQ is also a zinc ionophore that conveys zinc intracellularly to block the SARS-CoV-2 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, which is the core enzyme of the virus replication.
21
The currently completed retrospective studies and randomized trials have generally shown these findings: 1) when started late in the hospital course and for short durations of time, antimalarials appear to be ineffective, 2) 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.
22, 23, 24, 25
In a retrospective inpatient study of 2541 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, therapy associated with an adjusted reduction in mortality was HCQ alone (hazard ratio
= 0.34, 95% confidence interval [CI] 0.25-0.46, P <0.001) and HCQ with azithromycin (HR = 0.29, 95% CI 0.22-0.40, P<0.001).
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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.
25,26
Although asymptomatic QT prolongation is a well-recognized and infrequent (<1%) complication of HCQ, it is possible that in the setting of acute illness symptomatic arrhythmias could develop. Data safety and monitoring boards have not declared safety concerns in any clinical trial published to date. Rare patients with a personal or family history of prolonged QT syndrome and those on additional QT prolonging, contraindicated drugs (eg, dofetilide, sotalol) should be treated with caution and a plan to monitor the QTc in the ambulatory setting. A typical HCQ regimen is 200 mg bid for 5 days and extended to 30 days for continued symptoms. A minimal sufficient dose of HCQ should be used, because in excessive doses the drug can interfere with early immune response to the virus."

gr1.jpg


Here is a good site that tracks all the studies on HCQ:

Breakdown of mortality in limited vs. widespread HCQ use:
9TYyAIR.jpeg


There's also Ivermectin which may even be more effective than HCQ:


It is tiring being so right all the time, isn't it? And this is life and death shit. Shame on them.

TRUMP WAS RIGHT.

There is blood on the hands of millions of people who supported the suppression of the truth. Every board demon has blood on their hands.
 

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I assume these facts are clearly presented and prominently displayed on Tom's thread over on the other board?




LOL!
I wonder which would require someone to pay me more to do:
1. living in california
2. go on the public board
 
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How many people have died b/c of the corrupt CDC/FDA/NIAID/Big Tech jihad against HCQ all b/c Orange Man bad?


Link to the American Journal of Medicine study:

"Antimalarials
Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is an antimalarial/anti-inflammatory drug that impairs endosomal transfer of virions within human cells. HCQ is also a zinc ionophore that conveys zinc intracellularly to block the SARS-CoV-2 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase, which is the core enzyme of the virus replication.
21
The currently completed retrospective studies and randomized trials have generally shown these findings: 1) when started late in the hospital course and for short durations of time, antimalarials appear to be ineffective, 2) 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.
22, 23, 24, 25
In a retrospective inpatient study of 2541 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, therapy associated with an adjusted reduction in mortality was HCQ alone (hazard ratio
= 0.34, 95% confidence interval [CI] 0.25-0.46, P <0.001) and HCQ with azithromycin (HR = 0.29, 95% CI 0.22-0.40, P<0.001).
23
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.
25,26
Although asymptomatic QT prolongation is a well-recognized and infrequent (<1%) complication of HCQ, it is possible that in the setting of acute illness symptomatic arrhythmias could develop. Data safety and monitoring boards have not declared safety concerns in any clinical trial published to date. Rare patients with a personal or family history of prolonged QT syndrome and those on additional QT prolonging, contraindicated drugs (eg, dofetilide, sotalol) should be treated with caution and a plan to monitor the QTc in the ambulatory setting. A typical HCQ regimen is 200 mg bid for 5 days and extended to 30 days for continued symptoms. A minimal sufficient dose of HCQ should be used, because in excessive doses the drug can interfere with early immune response to the virus."

gr1.jpg


Here is a good site that tracks all the studies on HCQ:

Breakdown of mortality in limited vs. widespread HCQ use:
9TYyAIR.jpeg


There's also Ivermectin which may even be more effective than HCQ:


There are plenty of liberal tin-foil hatted morons on this board that parrotted the media in denouncing Trump for suggesting we use HCQ. None of them knew what they were talking about. They were simply parroting the moronic stance for no other reason than it was an attack on Trump that they could not resist.

Pure Evil.
 
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There are plenty of liberal tin-foil hatted morons on this board that parrotted the media in denouncing Trump for suggesting we use HCQ. None of them knew what they were talking about. There were simply parroting the moronic stance for no other reason than it was an attack on Trump that they could not resist.

Pure Evil.
Yep. I say this all the time - it is exhausting being right all the time. The board demons were wrong and the people they entrust to vomit down their throats every day were wrong and people died as a result.

PURE EVIL.
 

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Yep. I say this all the time - it is exhausting being right all the time. The board demons were wrong and the people they entrust to vomit down their throats every day were wrong and people died as a result.

PURE EVIL.
You'd think that after seeing how wrong the msm was re: mueller time, HCQ, and many other things that they would start to wake up or at least not automatically believe everything the faknews msm tells them but unfortunately many of them are just too far gone. All the gaslighting, propganda, and unending hatred has turned their brains to mush and they no longer have the capacity for critical and logical thinking.
 
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There are plenty of liberal tin-foil hatted morons on this board that parrotted the media in denouncing Trump for suggesting we use HCQ. None of them knew what they were talking about. They were simply parroting the moronic stance for no other reason than it was an attack on Trump that they could not resist.

Pure Evil.
All those posters here have blood on their hands as well. I hope they all have horrible weekends.
 

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They shouted us down and called us crazy conspiracy theorists and that we had been tricked by crazy whack job doctors. Shame on them!!
They have no shame. They just move on to the next lie/scam/con and forget it ever happened. In other words, they do what the media/hollyweird tells them to do.
 

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You'd think that after seeing how wrong the msm was re: mueller time, HCQ, and many other things that they would start to wake up or at least not automatically believe everything the faknews msm tells them but unfortunately many of them are just too far gone. All the gaslighting, propganda, and unending hatred has turned their brains to mush and they no longer have the capacity for critical and logical thinking.
So true. You could write a book larger than the Bible of examples and people will still believe them.
 

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Holy crap you Wingnuts are still going on about HCQ?

It really is a cult.

No weasel. We are not talking about HCQ.

We are talking about how it seems completely likely that the deep state suppressed a treatment because they needed more people to die only to harm Trump's chances for re-election.

That the treatment just so happened to be HCQ is pretty irrelevant.
 

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You need to tell the State of Oklahoma.

They're desperately trying to unload $2 million worth of HCQ they've had since last April.


That's completely irrelevant as to whether the deep state banned the use of a completely safe drug because it might end up working.

They did, and it is obvious.

There was no harm (HCQ has been used for decades), but because they stopped it because it might work.

It doesn't even matter whether you can "prove" it worked or did not work. It only matters that the deep state took action to prevent its use because it might help trump.

All rapidly generated emergency reports of arrhythmia can be ignored simply by using the "how did it work for 5 decades without these problems" argument.
 
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That's completely irrelevant as to whether the deep state banned the use of a completely safe drug because it might end up working.

They did, and it is obvious.
They didn't ban the drug, it could be used for malaria.
And you Trumpers are beyond ridiculous, the drug doesn't work against covid-19 and you are upset because you think people should be allowed to use anyway.
 
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That's completely irrelevant as to whether the deep state banned the use of a completely safe drug because it might end up working.

They did, and it is obvious.
The FDA revoked the emergency use authorization for HCQ.

Doctors were still free to prescribe it off-label.
 

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The FDA revoked the emergency use authorization for HCQ.

Doctors were still free to prescribe it off-label.

Yes, but they tried to make it as difficult and reputation staining as possible.

However, it was clear that, used early and in combination with Azithromycin and Zinc, that lots of people could have been saved.

https://www.amjmed.com/article/S0002-9343(20)30673-2/fulltext

But you guys, you're murderers - it was more important to get rid of Trump.
 

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You need to tell the State of Oklahoma.

They're desperately trying to unload $2 million worth of HCQ they've had since last April.

The FDA revoked the emergency use authorization for HCQ.

Doctors were still free to prescribe it off-label.
You really suck at shilling for the msm. They should get a refund. A lot of doc’s were either scared shitless to prescribe it (out of fear of losing license or called a dangerous quack) or did prescribe it and pharmacies refused to fill the orders due to orders by corrupt ccp puppet governors.

HCQ was made extremely hard to get. You can get it over the counter in a third world country but in the US you have to jump through all kinds of hoops. That’s insane. Fauci and others have known since at least 2005 that CQ and its derivatives were potent inhibitors of SARS. It should have been the first thing suggested as Americas line of defense against covid19. But nope. They needed people to die to claim ‘orange man bad.’

You and your handlers are evil. Not sure how you sleep at night.
 
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You really don't care if people die - if it's for the cause (which is leftist media affirmation, and the reduction of our rights as citizens), do you? You really don't.
You got any evidence that a single person died of COVID-19 because they didn't have access to HCQ?
 

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You really suck at shilling for the msm. They should get a refund. A lot of doc’s were either scared shitless to prescribe it (out of fear of losing license or called a dangerous quack) or did prescribe it and pharmacies refused to fill the orders due to orders by corrupt ccp puppet governors.

HCQ was made extremely hard to get. You can get it over the counter in a third world country but in the US you have to jump through all kinds of hoops. That’s insane. Fauci and others have known since at least 2005 that CQ and its derivatives were potent inhibitors of SARS. It should have been the first thing suggested as Americas line of defense against covid19. But nope. They needed people to die to claim ‘orange man bad.’

You and your handlers are evil. Not sure how you sleep at night.
Do you have any idea how insane you sound?
 

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Do you have any idea how insane you sound?
Do you have any idea how insane YOU sound? Asking for proof that any deaths were caused by the massive restriction in the US on HCQ.

Seeing as how metadata analysis shows the following, even a dumbass shill like yourself can do the math:

Early treatment.
100% of early treatment studies report a positive effect, with an estimated reduction of 67% in the effect measured (death, hospitalization, etc.) from the random effects meta-analysis, RR 0.33 [0.25-0.43].

Late treatment.
Late treatment studies are mixed, with 73% showing positive effects, and an estimated reduction of 25% in the random effects meta-analysis. Negative studies mostly fall into the following categories: they show evidence of significant unadjusted confounding, including confounding by indication; usage is extremely late; or they use an excessively high dosage.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis.
79% of PrEP studies show positive effects, with an estimated reduction of 37% in the random effects meta-analysis. Negative studies are all studies of systemic autoimmune disease patients which either do not adjust for the different baseline risk of these patients at all, or do not adjust for the highly variable risk within these patients.

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis.
83% of PEP studies report positive effects, with an estimated reduction of 33% in the random effects meta-analysis.
 
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