The Lancet has actually issued a significant disclaimer regarding a study which triggered the World Health Organization to stop international trials of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), an anti-Malaria drug presently being utilized around the world to deal with COVID-19
As we noted last week, significant information disparities have called the whole research study into concern— though the lead author says it does not change the research study’s findings that clients who received HCQ passed away at higher rates and experienced more heart issues than without.
Up until the information has been investigated, The Lancet provided the following “expression of issue” concerning the research study.
” Essential scientific questions have been raised about information reported in the paper by Mandeep Mehra et al,” reads the “expression of concern” from The Lancet.
” Although an independent audit of the provenance and credibility of the data has been commissioned by the authors not associated with Surgisphere and is continuous, with outcomes expected very soon, we are releasing an Expression of Concern to alert readers to the truth that severe clinical concerns have been brought to our attention. We will upgrade this notice as soon as we have further information.”
Naturally, this is yet more evidence of the manufactured disinformation surrounding HCQ that Richard Moss, MD, (via AmericanThinker.com) exposes below …
It was low-cost and reliable.
At a particular point, I was prepared to take my chances with mosquitoes and plasmodium, and so I stopped.
Chloroquine, the precursor of HCQ, was created by Bayer in1934 Hydroxychloroquine was developed during World War II as a much safer, synthetic alternative and approved for medical usage in the U.S. in 1955.
It is one of the least expensive and finest drugs in the world and has actually conserved millions of lives.
Then something took place to this marvel drug.
From rescuer of the multitudes, redeemer and benefactor of numerous millions, it changed into something else: a purveyor of doom, despair, and offensive carnage.
It began when President Trump discussed it as a possible treatment for COVID-19 on March 19, 2020. Evictions of hell burst forth on May 18 when Trump casually revealed that he was taking it, prescribed by his physician.
Before a nation of non-cardiologists, the media struggled over, of all things, the prolongation of the now infamous “QT interval,” and the threat of abrupt cardiac death. The FDA and NIH piled on, piously demanding randomized, managed, double-blind studies prior to doctors recommended HCQ. Nobody pointed out that the risk of cardiac arrest was far higher from viewing the Superbowl Nor did the media state that HCQ and chloroquine have actually been utilized throughout the world for half a century, making them amongst the most commonly prescribed drugs in history with not a single reported case of “arrhythmic death” according to the sainted WHO and the American College of Cardiology. Or that doctors in the field, on the frontlines, so to speak, based upon empirical evidence, have actually found benefit in dealing with clients with a range of representatives including HCQ, Zinc, Azithromycin, Quercetin, Elderberry supplements, Vitamins D and C with couple of if any issues. Or that while such regimens may not cure, they may assist and carry little or no threat.
And so, the world was aflame when again with a nonstory driven by the COVID media. And now HCQ.
They inflame the country one way or another based on political impulses. Is there a curative for the COVID media and their Democrat allies who would destroy a country to ruin Trump?
Dr. Moss is a practicing Ear Nose and Throat Cosmetic surgeon, author, and columnist, residing in Jasper, IN. He has composed A Surgeon’s Odyssey and Matilda’s Accomplishment readily available on amazon.com Find more of his essays at richardmossmd.com
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