‘Only a one in 17 billion chance hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work’: medical professor

From SKY News, an interview with a Prof. who treats patients with Covid19, then caught it himself.

Hydroxychloroquine really works says Professor of Medicine Dr Peter McCullough, describing the treatment as “the most widely used therapeutic” to treat COVID-19 in the world. “The chances that it doesn’t work are calculated to be one in 17 billion,” he told Sky News. “There’s no controversy over whether or not hydroxychloroquine works. The controversy is on the public health approach to COVID-19.” Mr McCullough said “the virus invades inside cells, so we have to use drugs that go inside the cell and work to reduce viral replication”. […]

(I disagree with the prof. on the political question. This drug wasn’t banned because president Trump said it worked, and was a potential game changer. The drug became blocked for public use because it DOES work and IS a game changer, and Donald Trump told everyone. It appears that there are many who do not want the game changed, and that is why it mysteriously became impossible to get everywhere all of a sudden.)

 

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3 Replies to “‘Only a one in 17 billion chance hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work’: medical professor”

  1. Get a grip
    Yes this is correct
    But the loss to the billionaire class including big pharma
    Is trillions

    And quick cheap cures like hydroxy, doxy, azthromyacin, or more recently ivermectin…. oh ya and just mouthwash etc

    Interfere with the global economies being in gaged in a reset

  2. There is a growing list of effective treatments for Covid, but all ‘western governments’ seem to want an improperly trialled and tested genetic answer instead. Perhaps, precisely because it may cause infertility. Sinister times.

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