President Trump is asked why he ‘promotes’ Hydroxychloroquine.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 5, 2020
Trump: “I want to save lives. I don't want it to be in a lab for the next year and a half as people are dying all over the place... and only CNN would ask that question. Fake News.”
Hydroxychloroquine Rated 'Most Effective Therapy' By Doctors For Coronavirus: Global Survey https://t.co/0rOgY8FLJb— L Todd Wood (@LToddWood) April 6, 2020
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Dr. Anthony Cardillo, CEO of Mend Urgent Care, made the remarks during an interview with ABC 7 news anchor Jory Rand. “Every patient I’ve prescribed it to has been very, very ill and within 8-12 hours they were basically symptom free and so, clinically I am seeing a resolution that mirrors what we saw in the French study and some of the other studies worldwide,” Cardillo continued. “But what I am seeing is that people that are taking it alone, by itself, it’s not having efficacy.” More at link in bio.
After repeatedly mocking Trump for suggesting on March 19 that hydroxychloroquine could be an effective treatment for coronavirus, media organizations have begun acknowledging that the drug may be useful after all. https://t.co/MGCw9nTHFb— Thomas Paine (@Thomas1774Paine) April 6, 2020
Hydroxychloroquine will be used in a trial of 3,000 patients at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and the results will be tracked in a formal study, Vice President Mike Pence announced on Sunday. https://t.co/8oJfPfHXbZ— CNN (@CNN) April 6, 2020