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Small Trial indicates that hydroxyquinone is ineffective against Covid-19

From US edition of The Conversation (French science publication) ;



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These aren't the only ones being tested.

There are still varying results. Even towards positive still. Not sure what levels of infection Dr. Stephen Smith's patients were; his trials went complete opposite of what your article states. I think he had 20.

A 2nd doctor or I think the first, had good results but he didn't have any serious cases and not sure how many.

Here's another:



There are about a 1/2 dozen and more out right now on trials.

Part of the clinical trial is supposed to be at what stage of infection the patient(s) is. Truth be told, it shouldn't be allowed to advance that far if something helps now.

Keep reading around and hope none this stuff they're trying, has the negative effects they can have on people. I think ALL of them have something bad as well as potential good. Some mild. Remdesivir for pregnant women is unknown concerning it's effects.
On one of my other blogs, I said that remdesivir looked to me to be somewhat promising, perhaps
the most promising thus far. Human testing should begin on it later this month.
I haven't heard of any cases concerning pregnant women so far. Maybe It's because I haven't looked.

It's would be a pretty shitty way to find out if there are any negative effects for pregnancy using remdesivir.

Now that I think about it, I'm not sure how many of what's being tested is safe for pregnancy. None of them are supposed to be used with out doctor advisory any way. But that doesn't stop people on their own.

I think a by-product of remdesivir was used in conjunction with the hydroxyquinone with a couple of doctors. I think it might be more effective in the early stages but not all have reported at what stage the treatments were administered.
It's been tried before like many others.

Just a snipet from some back ground of remdesivir, along with hydroxyquinone and one other.:

In late January 2020, in response to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic, Gilead began laboratory testing of remdesivir against SARS-CoV-2, stating that remdesivir had been shown to be active against SARS and MERS in animal models of CoV infection. It also provided remdesivir for treatment of a "small number of patients" in collaboration with Chinese medical authorities. Also in late January 2020, remdesivir was administered to the first U.S. patient confirmed to be infected by SARS-CoV-2, in Snohomish County, Washington, for "compassionate use" after he progressed to pneumonia. While no broad conclusions can be made based on the single treatment, the patient's condition improved dramatically the next day, and he was eventually discharged. Also in late January 2020, Chinese medical researchers reported that remdesivir and two other drugs, hydroxychloroquine and favipiravir, seemed to have "fairly good inhibitory effects" on SARS-CoV-2 (after exploratory research that examined 30 drug candidates), after which requests to begin clinical testing were submitted. On 6 February 2020, a clinical trial of remdesivir began in China.

On 17 March 2020, remdesivir was provisionally approved for use for COVID-19 patients in a serious condition in the Czech Republic. While no broad conclusions can be made based on the single treatment, results of remdesivir treatment of an Italian COVID-19 patient in Genoa, a 79-year-old, were described as successful on 18 March 2020. Other patients also received the treatment, the results of which are not known.[verification needed] On that date, the WHO announced the launch of a large four-arm pragmatic clinical trial (SOLIDARITY trial) that includes one group of patients treated with remdesivir.
I noted the key word when I was reading about it a while back: "inhibitor"

Maybe some of these shouldn't be held back for "humanitarian" reasons.
That's the information I put on my other blog, that I mentioned.
It's from the company itself, and thus perhaps a little too rosey.

The tests it mentions were covered in much more detail within THIS blog,
by a qualified scientist and the flaws in those results are explained.
This article is much more recent, less than 3 days ago at this time.
MarkOpolloa
Right we should take three doses regular as we get ready for Biden's big splash.laugh
Breaking covid news has the potential to be MUCH more deadly -- if (when!) folks make the connection between the News & a potential new Home Remedy.

The Longer the Home Remedy remains little known, the BETTER!
I'll not mention either the News or the Remedy until it's Put Out There hmmm

This Will kill people sad flower
I'm not making it up sad

cowboy
When the president announces it at a press conference, it's on every TV channel.
REF : " On Saturday the Food and Drug Administration approved the use of two antimalarial drugs, hydroxychloroquine and a related medication, chloroquine, for emergency use to treat COVID-19. The drugs were touted by President Trump as a “game changer” for COVID-19"


Heres more info on Trumps corrution machine and the reason he was so gung ho on the anti malaria drug despite its dangers!!


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