08/05/2020 / By Isabelle Z.
If hydroxychloroquine has successfully treated so many coronavirus patients, why do some studies still claim it doesn’t work? According to Dr. Stella Immanuel of the Rehoboth Medical Center in Houston, Texas, the answer is simple: Those studies are fake science.
Speaking at the White Coat Summit in Washington, D.C., Immanuel said: “Any study that says hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work is fake science. And I want them to show me how it doesn’t work. How is it going to work for 350 patients for me, and they are all alive, and then somebody says it doesn’t work? Guys, all them studies: fake science.”
The event where she made the remarks was led by America’s Frontline Doctors, a group of medical doctors who were addressing a “massive disinformation campaign” about coronavirus that is stopping people from getting the treatment and prevention they need.
Dr. Immanuel cured 350 patients with a success rate of 100 percent using a combination of hydroxychloroquine, which has a proven long-term record of safety and effectiveness; the mineral zinc; and the broad-spectrum antibiotic Azithromycin.
She said that politicians need to let doctors be doctors and that doctors need to stop being afraid. In fact, she had strong words for the doctors who are rejecting hydroxychloroquine because they are afraid that the medical establishment will pursue them for using the treatment, saying: “You’re like the ‘good’ Nazis, the ‘good’ Germans, who watched Jews get killed and didn’t speak up.”
Dr. Immanuel, who is originally from Nigeria and studied medicine there, is a primary care physician. She recounted the many successes that she has seen by giving this combination treatment to her patients, including one 92-year-old who recovered from the virus, along with patients with high-risk conditions such as asthma, diabetes and high blood pressure. She said that no one needs to die from coronavirus because we already have a cure.
She also said that she, her staff, and many of her acquaintances who are doctors are also taking hydroxychloroquine for prevention because it also works as a preventative prophylaxis. None of those she knows who are taking it have gotten sick despite being in direct contact with infected patients on a regular basis.
Of course, Big Tech is doing its best to suppress this information and keep the Big Pharma profit machine going. The original video of Dr. Immanuel’s passionate speech has already been taken down by YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.
When Dr. Immanuel calls some studies “fake science,” she is not just throwing terms around. One of the biggest studies that was cited early in the crisis as a reason not to use hydroxychloroquine has since been quietly pulled from The Lancet and three of its authors have apologized, saying they had reservations about the quality and veracity of the study’s data.
The data came from a company called Surgisphere, who refused to share of the data set that they used so an independent review could be carried out. The study, which was an observational one that supposedly looked at 96,000 patients hospitalized with the disease, concluded that those who were given the drug had a higher risk of heart problems and death than those who were not given the drug. However, a closer investigation of Surgisphere revealed that the company is highly questionable and that the hospitals in Australia that needed to have supplied the Australian patient numbers cited in the study had never even heard of the company and didn’t participate in the database.
How many people will have to suffer and die unnecessarily so that the media can continue to make President Trump look bad for supporting the drug and Big Pharma can protect its more profitable (but far less effective) drugs and vaccines for coronavirus?
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