No deaths at Lennox Hill Hospital from the virus after using hydroxychloroquine

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Dr. William Grace from Lennox Hill Hospital told Laura Ingraham on her show last night that he has been prescribing Hydroxychloroquine to his patients with coronavirus. They have 100 patients and have had zero deaths after the use of Hydroxychloroquine.

Hydroxychloroquine is the less toxic version of Chloroquine.

Grace said that a big reason older people die from the coronavirus is that their lungs fill up with fluid as part of an immune response to the virus. Hydroxychloroquine works, Grace notes, in both inhibiting the immune response and inhibiting the replication of the virus.

This is wonderful and hopeful news. The same thing is happening in other countries, including China, South Korea, and elsewhere.

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  1. The KEY FACTOR HERE IS — “How will they keep’em at home”? ESPECIALLY since the public do NOT TRUST Cuomo NOR De Blazio as far as they can throw Cuomo’s’s OR DeBlazio’s house!

    HARD & BAD DAYS RISING!!

    • worse than dying? Can you be a bit more specific? Z-Pac is issues to most of the world for bronchitis…you have some special insight into that? Chloroquine has been used since the 1940’s to combat malaria…you have some data better than the last 80 years of successful usage?

    • Oh the horrible side effects. Some of you people should actual Google the drug before you make your dumbass comments about how bad something is.

      I’ll take:
      Nausea, stomach cramps, loss of appetite, diarrhea, dizziness, or headache,

      Over death any day of the week,

  2. Hydroxychloroquine has a 45+ yr history as an anti-malarial drug. 10s of millions have been treated with it with remarkably few side effects. Unless you have long QT syndrome or one of the few other contraindications, not taking it when you are infected just because of worry about side effects, just might shorten your ourlook
    Allen DeLaney, MD

    • Thank you Dr. DeLaney, for an informative, polite post that clears up my questions of what the risks might be about after reading what people in the comment section vaguely described as horrible side effects including a long QT.

  3. A doctor was asked about the potential side effects of this hydroxichloratane and he said that we have been using this drug to treat malaria for decades and there are no known side effects.

    • UUUHHHH go look it up, people with underlying conditions (diabetes, heart issues, on other medications need to be very careful) the FDA has not approved Hydroxychloroquine or Chloroquine to combat this virous, just because some TV doctor on the media says its working does not mean we have a cure, doctors and pharma have used people as lab rats for decades to see what works and doesn’t !!!!!!

      • What about Fauci, the FDA and the state of NY? They seem to think its worth trying as well as several HC systems in Europe. No one has said its a panacea, they’ve said they don’t know if it will work but there are encouraging results from non scientific comparisons. It’s better than dying and they do know about the side effects, they just don’t know how well it works for this application.

      • The Dr. behind the small sample study is Didier Raoult MD Phd generally thought of as one of the top virologists in the world and the go to guy for the French government.

  4. What is the cost of this drug? Will bigpharm charge through the roof with impunity?
    A family member who works in healthcare has been exposed. We are not that close but it is still serious.
    My neuro and GP appointment has been moved back to June. It is so enjoyable to visit with the lovely Dr. L and she is an expert on nutrition! Will be playing it by ear.
    Obviously the hospital is not the place to be at any time unless you work there.
    I do feel bad for hypochondriacs as it must be horrible for them right now.

    @ Herbert,

    Bwahaha! Thanks for the Friday laugh. You know the comrades of those glorious liberal utopias will put people at risk just to stroke their enormous egos and terminal TDS.

  5. What’s interesting is there are those that will want to have the medicine in advance, just in case. Like Hollywood asshats, snowflakes, etc.

  6. This drug, originally from Chinchona bark, has been used by the Indians in S.America for treating Malaria for thousands of years. It is a proven medicine that traditions gave to modern science.

  7. Is this not the same drug that all military took while stationed in Viet Namn ? As best I can remember there was a container filled with pills in the chow hall and you were supposed to help yourself to two pills a couple times a week. The only side effects were the back yard trots for most people.

  8. The important thing here, is that Trump had the intelligence to back it as appearing to work, and being a product with longstanding approval. He effectively took away the FDA as an obstacle. It appears that new products are being fast-tracked, and the FDA recognizes the urgency and is doing all it can to insure safety of product, but there is a limit.

  9. But, but, but…Dr. Fauci sez we gotta have all sorts of tests and trials and stuff before recommending it to the folks suffering from the kung flu.
    Uh, let’s see, its been successful in how many places thus far? That doesn’t really make any sense to me.
    Is he waiting for bigpharma to say its okay to recommend it before giving the green light? Too many questions as to why the delay.
    The side effects do not justify the delay. Then there is the danger of making Trump seem to be winning…again. If he can beat this current kung flu crisis, it will be a feather in his cap. Again. Can’t have that.
    KAG2020.

  10. I took Plaquinel for YEARS for my Systemic Lupus and the only thing you have to do is to get an annual eye exam to be sure no problems…. and I never had any. It is a lifesaver to us with auto-immune diseases! it’s had plenty of real life use with great success! And taking it for 10 days would barely cause you to have to do that. I never had any side effects after years of use.

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