This summarizes pretty well the fate of the hydroxychloroquine azitromycin treatment, while there are numerous research programs now being started, with double blinded protocols. Researchers
There is an interesting opinion piece dated March 26 in the Globe and Mail, suggesting to give the hydroxychloroquine treatment a chance. At the same
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Eric Chabrière, one of the most renowned professors working with Professor Didier Raoult, comments the situation of the epidemic as of March 28 as well
“The UK should now be able to cope with the spread of the covid-19 virus, according to one of the epidemiologists advising the government.”Read more:
The former health minister pleads that hydroxychloroquine treatment be made available not only in hospitals, but also to general practitioners, given the emergency.
Former health minister, Philippe Douste-Blazy, advocates early treatment of patients.
Note: this article is dated March 28, just days after the RECOVERY trial was announced. See linked below the follow up to this article, dated
The extremely poorly researched article stresses the need for further research. “Chloroquine seems to block the coronavirus in lab studies. There’s some anecdotal evidence from
See article in French – https://www.europe1.fr/economie/lusine-qui-produit-la-chloroquine-pres-de-lyon-en-redressement-judiciaire-3957239
You can access it at this link. There is also an app that can be installed on your phone. https://www.apple.com/covid19
“The controversial coronavirus drug that a Hasidic doctor has been using to treat hundreds of people with moderate symptoms in upstate N.Y. is also being