Dr. Oz addresses politicization of Hydroxychloroquine, begs the media to stop


The Hillary-‘loving’ CDC has somewhat downgraded its support of Hydroxychloroquine on the most recent guidance for coronavirus. Dr. Oz doesn’t agree with the diminution of the treatment. While there aren’t clinical trials for this drug, it is all we’ve got. It does have a track record since before it was approved by the FDA in 1955.

Hydroxychloroquine Guidance by CDC

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has abruptly switched its guidance for use of a drug mentioned by President Donald Trump as a possible treatment for COVID-19, dropping its reference to anecdotal dosages to say simply that there are no approved drugs for dealing with the disease.

The CDC’s online advice for hydroxychloroquine was updated on April 7, three days after Reuters reported that the CDC was offering what the news agency called “highly unusual guidance” for the drug’s use based on “unattributed anecdotes rather than peer-reviewed science.”

Updated, and shortened, the guidance says simply that “hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are under investigation in clinical trials” for use on coronavirus patients and “there are no drugs or other therapeutics approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to prevent or treat COVID-19.”

The CDC wrote this as a direct result of the politicization by the media. There is no other reason to change the guidance on this drug that is approved for other auto-immune diseases since 1955.

The media is the enemy of the people when they let politics decide who and what they support when peoples’ lives are in abeyance.


Dr. Mehmet Oz was on Fox & Friends this morning and said politics “definitely” plays a role in doctors not using Hydroxychloroquine. He said it “chills” the debate doctors are supposed to have. He finds doctors are afraid to talk about it.

Dr. Oz said we still have to find out when the drug should be used and who it helps, but politicization is damaging the discussions and the fundamental process between the doctor and the patient. He is pleading with the media to stop politicizing the drug and the illness.

Prior to the President mentioning the drug, there was fair and balanced coverage of it. The media is our enemy, but they do like Red China.


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