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Hydroxychloroquine & Ivermectin -- Much Maligned Super Drugs

Brian W. Kelly

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Does Hydroxychloroquine work? Does Ivermectin work? It seems that from 2020 and now with the variants, we are suffering from a world-wide nightmare that only Joe Biden thinks has ended. So far, when it seems like it is over, the end point gets stretched out—often past the point of human tolerance. The FDA has flip flopped on both Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin for COVID but both are approved for Malaria. Hydroxychloroquine is also marketed as Plaquenil for Lupus and Ivermectin is marketed as Stromectol for intestinal strongyloidiasis due to the nematode parasite. The FDA has approved the antiviral drug remdesivir (Veklury) to treat COVID-19 in hospitalized adults and children who are age 12 and older in the hospital. The FDA has granted an emergency use authorization for the rheumatoid arthritis drug baricitinib (Olumiant) to treat COVID-19 in some cases. Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are two medications that have been used for many decades to treat malaria and autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. The official word is that based on the available medical data at this time, hydroxy-chloroquine and chloroquine are not effective for treating or preventing COVID-19. The same goes for Ivermectin. Many doctors swear by it but it still has not made it to an official recommended list. Even New Yorkers and others from big cities who thought they could find solace in their lakeside or mountain retreats to escape the contagion of the big city, have had to go underground in their cabins as their new small-town neighbors are being interviewed on local radio & TV complaining of them bringing the big city virus to their small burgs. Now, what? It is called novel, meaning new, and because of its newness, there are no cookbook cures for this plague. And so, death is often a result of a long illness with this virus. Too many deaths! So what to do? In this book we tell you about how this virus got its start and how it made its way across the world in record time. We talk about the measures the world has taken to keep us all safe and we tell you about some promising therapeutics that in some cases are reported to cure the virus and in other cases, they are reported to serve as a prophylaxis to prevent people from contracting the potentially deadly virus. Nobody knows for sure whether anything will work. But some doctors swear by some of the old stand-bys. We wrap this book up by offering a very simple way to be OK--sooner , not later. In this book, your author gives us all a few tips that in his opinion can get us rolling & relieve the frustration safely. You won’t know about what is being said about if it can work until you read about it here. You’ll find I think some people ought to go to jail for killing Americans. In all cases before you take anything. See your own doctor first.

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