Hey Covid Q-Anoners: HCQ works?
Mayo caves. But why?
To me, this means one thing: they have something that’s actually harmful in the pipeline...so they don’t have to rely on iatrogenics, like they did with Covid 1.0. This time, they’ll just let the pathogen itself wipe out the useless eaters.
Nonetheless, if you feel like shit and you have some HCQ lying around — and would rather not take Pfizer’s crap Pfaxlovid (sic)— it might help. I had a bug (unknown to me which, because I don’t/won’t test) in July. Got a 102 fever for a day-and-a-half. Decided to take a recommended dose of the HCQ, and I felt better. Causation? Who knows. But I’m still here to tell the tale.
Mayo Clinic Website Now Says Hydroxychloroquine CAN Be Used to Treat COVID-19 Patients, Previously Claimed It Was Not Effective
The Mayo Clinic which has been touted by many as the best hospital system and medical research center in the United States, recently made an interesting update on their website regarding the drug Hydroxychloroquine.
In the new update on their site, it now says “Hydroxychloroquine may be used to treat coronavirus (COVID-19) in certain hospitalized patients.”
Previously the Mayo Clinic claimed Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine were “malaria drugs authorized for emergency use by the FDA during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the FDA withdrew that authorization when data analysis showed that the drugs are not effective for treating COVID-19.”
Per Mayo Clinic:
Here’s Mayo Clinic’s previous stance on the drug:
President Trump was one of the most notable figures to take Hydroxychloroquine after he tested positive for Covid-19.
Shortly after he announced he was taken Hydroxychloroquine a cardiologist from the Mayo Clinic by the name of Dr. Michael Ackerman told NBC that he was disturbed Trump never mentioned that hydroxychloroquine has side effects
However, when it came to talking about Covid-19 vaccines and their link to young athlete’s dying, Dr. Ackerman called it “junk science.”