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Monday, March 30, 2020

Doctor who was once Governor of Kansas presents an optimistic picture of Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Celebrity epidemiologist Ian Lipkin is taking hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

The false negative problem: Is there something wrong with the whole COVID-19 theory?

“If you look at the Seattle data and elsewhere, they had about a 7 percent positivity rate on their COVID tests, which suggests that many people that are sick and infected aren’t coming up positive on this test,” he said. “So, we’re having increasing concern that there may not be a super sensitive test. It may not be helping us as much as we think it can.”
Source: Houston Chronicle

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Researchers to begin testing new coronavirus vaccines on pigs first


Statement from the FDA about the use of chloroquine for COVID-19

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German researchers plan to introduce coronavirus ‘immunity certificates’ to facilitate a proper transition into post-lockdown life, as Chancellor Angela Merkel’s handling of the crisis has led to a boost in the polls.


Sunday, March 29, 2020

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients have major Natural Killer Cell problems: Do they need NK boosters for covid-19?

"Scientists demonstrated two decades ago that a deficiency of NK cells in patients infected with the SARS coronavirus was associated with more severe disease and the presence of SARS-specific antibodies. NK cell therapy is a deployable, rapidly scalable approach to treating Covid-19. And it’s well-established that immunotherapy can enhance vaccine-induced immunity."

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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Anthony Fauci discusses Chloroquine for COVID-19 in radio interview

CHRIS STIGALL:If you’re a doctor listening to me right now and a patient with coronavirus feels like they want to try [Chloroquine] and you’re their doctor, you’re not Anthony Fauci the guy running the coronavirus task force, would you say ‘alright, we’ll give it a whirl’?

DR. ANTHONY FAUCI: Yeah, of course, particularly if people have no other option. You want to give them hope. In fact, for physicians in this country, these drugs are approved drugs for other reasons. They’re anti-malaria drugs and they’re drugs against certain autoimmune diseases, like lupus. Physicians throughout the country can prescribe that in an off-label way. Which means they can write it for something it was not originally approved for. People do that all the time, and it really is an individual choice between the physician and his or her patient as to whether or not they want to do that. 


Vitamin C being tried for COVID-19 patients

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak (D) signed an emergency order on Tuesday that prohibits the prescribing and dispensing of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine for a coronavirus diagnosis and limits the prescription amount to a 30-day supply.

The war of words about Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

"Many people might therefore conclude that doctors are not legally permitted to prescribe chloroquine, or its analog hydroxychloroquine, to treat COVID-19 infections. In fact, doctors around the globe, including the U.S., are using these and other drugs to treat their patients, and reporting on their findings in the peer‐​reviewed medical literature."

Why Anthony Fauci should be in charge of COVID-19

Gout Drug being tested for COVID-19: Researchers at the Montreal Heart Institute have been working day and night to launch the clinical study, named COLCORONA, to find out if colchicine is effective in treating complications of COVID-19. Colchicine is an orally administered anti-inflammatory drug used to treat gout, Behçet's disease and familial Mediterranean fever.

From Wikipedia:
Colchicine is a medication used to treat gout and Behçet's disease.[1][2][3] In gout, it is less preferred to NSAIDs or steroids.[2] Other uses include the prevention of pericarditis and familial Mediterranean fever.[2][4] It is taken by mouth.[2]
Common side effects include gastrointestinal upset, particularly at high doses.[5] Severe side effects may include low blood cells and rhabdomyolysis.[2] Safety of use during pregnancy is unclear while use during breastfeeding appears safe.[2][6] Excessive doses may result in death.[2] Colchicine works by decreasing inflammation via multiple mechanisms.[7]
Colchicine, in the form of the autumn crocus, has been used as early as 1500 BC to treat joint swelling.[8] It was approved for medical use in the United States in 1961.[9] It is available as a generic medication in the United Kingdom, where a month's supply costs the NHS about £7.27 as of 2019.[6] In the United States, the wholesale cost of this a

Monday, March 23, 2020

France’s Minister of Health Olivier Véran said this afternoon: “I have authorised several clinical trials in France, including a chloroquine trial for several hundred hospitalised patients. I will report every positive or negative result."

Reports about the potential of hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for Covid-19 have been circulating among New York City emergency physicians for more than a week, and some patients are reportedly getting the hydroxychloroquine/azithromycin combination. (Perhaps as a result, there are shortages cropping up for patients with lupus and other diseases who need the drug.) The University of California, San Francisco, and the University of Washington both recommend hydroxycholoroquine for very sick Covid-19 patients.

A man with coronavirus who works in LA says the drug used to treat malaria saved his life

By Hailey Winslow

Doctors discuss using Chloroquine for COVID-19

"A flash of potential good news from the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic: A treatment is showing promise. Doctors in France, South Korea and the U.S. are using an antimalarial drug known as hydroxychloroquine with success. We are physicians treating patients with Covid-19, and the therapy appears to be making a difference. It isn’t a silver bullet, but if deployed quickly and strategically the drug could potentially help bend the pandemic’s “hockey stick” curve."

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Conversation on Reddit about possible link between COVID-19 and pigs

Hydroxychloroquine, a less toxic derivative of chloroquine, is effective in inhibiting SARS-CoV-2 infection in vitro

"Clinical investigation found that high concentration of cytokines were detected in the plasma of critically ill patients infected with SARS-CoV-2, suggesting that cytokine storm was associated with disease severity12. Other than its direct antiviral activity, HCQ is a safe and successful anti-inflammatory agent that has been used extensively in autoimmune diseases and can significantly decrease the production of cytokines and, in particular, pro-inflammatory factors. Therefore, in COVID-19 patients, HCQ may also contribute to attenuating the inflammatory response. In conclusion, our results show that HCQ can efficiently inhibit SARS-CoV-2 infection in vitro. In combination with its anti-inflammatory function, we predict that the drug has a good potential to combat the disease. This possibility awaits confirmation by clinical trials. We need to point out, although HCQ is less toxic than CQ, prolonged and overdose usage can still cause poisoning. And the relatively low SI of HCQ requires careful designing and conducting of clinical trials to achieve efficient and safe control of the SARS-CoV-2 infection."

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Is the media waking up to the truth about Anthony Fauci? Mother Jones may be onto him.

Kevin Drum in Mother Jones:

"Am I the only one who’s noticed that Fauci does this a lot? Obviously he has a tightrope to walk with Trump, and I shudder to think what he has to do to stay in Trump’s good graces. But that doesn’t make him a truthteller. It just makes him a fairly ordinary politician."

Religious figure treated with Chloroquine for COVID-19 "turned the corner" according to his son.

"Since last week, he’s been running ventilators for the sickest COVID-19 patients. Many are relatively young, in their 40s and 50s, and have minimal, if any, preexisting conditions in their charts. He is overwhelmed, stunned by the manifestation of the infection, both its speed and intensity. The ICU where he works has essentially become a coronavirus unit. He estimates that his hospital has admitted dozens of confirmed or presumptive coronavirus patients. About a third have ended up on ventilators."

A Medical Worker Describes Terrifying Lung Failure From COVID-19 — Even in His Young Patients

A 2005 NIH study about Chloroquine interfering with the replication of a coronavirus

Massachusetts General Hospital plans to oxygenate the blood of worst coronavirus cases

"At a time when ventilators are seen as critical equipment to keep coronavirus patients alive, Massachusetts General Hospital plans to ramp things up with a procedure in which a machine takes out your blood, oxygenates it, and puts it back into you."

Is the New York Times one step closer to looking at a possible connection between pigs and COVID-19?

Dan Werb in The New York Times: 
"Coronaviruses are also exceptionally adaptive and able to replicate in different species. Some viruses, like smallpox, can only infect one species. Coronaviruses can infect — at minimum — humans, bats, pigs, cattle, mice, chickens, civet cats, raccoon dogs, ferret badgers and camels, meaning they have what epidemiologists call “broad host range.” This increases their spread across environments and makes them a lot harder to contain."

Revive Therapeutics Explores the Use of Bucillamine as a Novel Treatment for Infectious Diseases including COVID-19

Didier Raoult discusses Chloroquine treatment for COVID-19

Friday, March 20, 2020

If Chloroquine works against COVID-19, more of it is in the pipeline.

Didier Raoult's paper: "Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as a treatment of COVID-19: results of an open label non-randomized clinical trial "

Trump said that he spoke with New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D) on Wednesday night and that Cuomo was eager to have chloroquine made available to New Yorkers sickened by the novel coronavirus.

The CDC is working on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 24/7

Concern grows about shortage of Chloroquine which has been touted as a promising treatment for COVID-19

Newsmax: "There Should Be Zero Distancing From Chloroquine Treatment"

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