Political Furor over Drugs that Might Help Fight against COVID-19

Here's what we're dealing with: "No U.S. city will be spared" Fauci: Up to 200,000 Americans could die NYC: Dead bodies being loaded on refrigerated trucks Nurses die, doctors fall sick as panic rises on front lines Trump extends social distancing through end of April Why would anyone mock a drug that shows promise?  Chloroquine and its less toxic derivative, hydroxychloroquine, are existing antimalarial drugs thought to be effective in treating coronavirus. Dr. Steve Kassapidis is a COVID-19 critical care physician in New York City.  During a recent interview on Fox News, Dr. Kassapidis told Tucker Carlson that he's taking Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) as a prophylaxis.  Many other doctors in the U.S., Europe, and elsewhere are taking the antimalarial drugs in hopes of protecting themselves from COVID-19 and are prescribing the off-label medications to patients infected with the disease. In a March 21 interview on...(Read Full Article)
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