The American Medical Association has officially rescinded a previous statement against the use of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) in the treatment of COVID-19 patients. Physicians can use it at their discretion.
The AMA discouraged doctors from ordering the medication in bulk for “off-label” use. They use it for illnesses like malaria and rheumatoid arthritis.
The AMA also claimed that there was no proof that it was effective in treating COVID. They added it could be harmful in some instances.
As it happens, on page 18 of a recent AMA memo, issued on October 30 (resolution 509, page 3), the organization officially reversed its stance on HCQ. Now, they say its potential for good currently may supersede the threat of any potentially harmful side effects.
HCQ could not be approved before the election because President Trump had recommended it, period.
Meanwhile, there is evidence that if administered with Azithromycin and Zinc as soon as symptoms appear, it reduces the risk of hospital admission.
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