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UK halts trial of hydroxychloroquine as 'useless' for COVID-19 patients

[reuters.com]

FearlessFly 9 June 6
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Makes sense

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“HR: COVID-19 is really two different diseases. In the first few days, it is like a very bad cold. In some people, it then morphs into pneumonia which can be life-threatening. What I found is that treatments for the cold don’t work well for the pneumonia, and vice versa. Most of the published studies have looked at treatments for the cold but used for the pneumonia. I just looked at how well the treatments for the cold worked for the cold. There are five studies done this way, four of hydroxychloroquine plus azithromycin and one with hydroxychloroquine plus doxycycline, and they all show that treating the cold part of COVID-19—the early part—works very well.” Dr. Harvey Risch

[medicine.yale.edu]

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Now There's a surprise.......

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