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MeatCleaverWeaver
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Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
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Recently, Dr. Kevin R. Wheelan, chief of cardiology at Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital in Dallas and Dr. Peter McCullough, a clinical cardiologist and professor at the Texas A&M School of Medicine, issued a letter supporting the emergency use authorization (EUA) of hydroxychloroquine for outpatient treatment and prophylaxis for COVID-19.

The letter dated July 6 was submitted in support of a petition by several other doctors asking the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) to reissue an emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine that has been donated to the national stockpile.

Wheelan and McCullough say in their letter that “when started earlier in the hospital course…and in outpatients, antimalarials [hydroxychloroquine] may reduce the progression of disease, prevent hospitalizations, and are associated with reduced mortality.” They cite several studies for support.



Laughable qualifications - obvious quacks. roll eyes
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volod
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
I think we should try a sample size of 1000 patients. Then wait about 2 weeks to a month to monitor how they are doing.

We don't have to do it all at once, let each state determine the rate of testing HQC. If they like it, continue using it. If they think it's a bad idea, then don't use it.

Let it be a state decision.


MeatCleaverWeaver
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
I would take it as a prophylactic right now. I think I read where it’s given in twice a week dosages?


Picayuner
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
It should be a decision between dr and patient.


antibarner
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
There are just too many reputable medical professionals coming out and saying this treatment has value now. Withhold it, and you have blood on your hands.


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MeatCleaverWeaver
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It should be a decision between dr and patient.



Truth be told, it could probably be designated an OTC drug.


Azkiger
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Let it be a state decision


How about you go frick yourself and let me and my doctor decide what I do with my own body?


TexasTiger89
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
There has already been 1000’s of successful cases using HCQ.


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Strannix
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
But orange man would be right, it's better people die


thejudge
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Let it be a state decision.


fricking never.

Between you and your damn doctor. Not the fricking state.


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Asharad
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I think we should try a sample size of 1000 patients
That's not a large enough group to prove HQC prevents death by non-fatal disease.


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ShortyRob
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
You know. I don't know if these doctors are right one of the ones who say it doesn't work or right because I'm not a doctor. But I do know this for an absolute fact. Twitter and Facebook and YouTube acting like this is some sort of settled science is nonsense. Moreover. This entire episode is pretty much illustrating exactly how climate science got to where it is

The only real difference is that we are in year 30 of organized ruination of anybody who deviates from the accepted narrative


tide06
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But I do know this for an absolute fact. Twitter and Facebook and YouTube acting like this is some sort of settled science is nonsense. Moreover. This entire episode is pretty much illustrating exactly how climate science got to where it is

The way news and consensus related to a seemingly innocuous treatment has hardened on the left to the extent that it has makes me understand how we got here as a nation and where we are headed.

They simply cannot and will not allow dissenting opinions and pick and choose the science they will allow discussed depending on their agreed to narrative.

The totalitarian response they had to that group of doctors who spoke out was chilling.
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NC_Tigah
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I think we should try a sample size of 1000 patients.
That has been done ... repeatedly.

HCQ's effect on coronavirus has long been recognized. 15 yrs ago Fauci's own NIH virology division showed HCQ aided in treatment of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-1).

What's worse, the FDA's action to restrict HCQ is based on a charlatan, fake study. The FDA action against HCQ is as inexplicable as Democrat Governors ordering Covid+ patients into Nursing Homes.


DougsMugs
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
How many lives would have been saved, if the Democrats and their Media arm had not politicized this and fought against it tooth and nail?

They have killed a lot of elderly and others. It is shameful and criminal.



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DougsMugs
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re: Baylor and A&M cardiologists support HCQ emergency use authorization
I would too. I would take this for a year or two to lessen the effects when I eventually get this stupid China virus.



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tiggerthetooth
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Let it be a state decision.



Wrong. Different treatments may work with different people. It's stupid to limit what options doctors or patients have based on political jockeying.
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TerryDawg03
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Let it be a state decision.


fricking never.

Between you and your damn doctor. Not the fricking state.


If it requires a prescription, the state is already involved.


Jaydeaux
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Truth be told, it could probably be designated an OTC drug.


They would run out in 5 minutes. Every liberal douche out there would be taking it and saying it’s not a cure at the same time.

It would be gone like TP bro


tiggerthetooth
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f it requires a prescription, the state is already involved.



But the state isnt determining what treatments you can have, the doctor is. The state just approves the doctor's prescription. The state isnt overriding just the patients, they're overriding the doctors too.
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