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Governor Mike DeWine Jul 30
I agree with the statement from Dr. Steven Hahn, Commissioner of , that the decision about prescribing hydroxychloroquine to treat should be between a doctor and a patient.
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Governor Mike DeWine Jul 30
Replying to @OhioRxBoard
Therefore, I am asking the to halt their new rule prohibiting the selling or dispensing of hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.
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Governor Mike DeWine
The Ohio Board of Pharmacy and should revisit the issue, listen to the best medical science, and open the process up for comment and testimony from experts.
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The Arm Jul 30
This is absolutely absurd. HCQ does not work against Covid, which is why there’s no solid evidence that it does. You’re doing this for political reasons, and and should ignore you.
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Devan Lazor Jul 30
When henry ford just published a study that it does have some success, we should be allowed to try. If we can push chemo on a terminal patient knowing it won't help, or allow people to participate in clinical trials, then we can do this.
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Nancy Jul 30
“Should revisit” is not strong enough. MUST RESCIND is more like it.n
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7sisters_M45 ✨✨ Jul 30
Governor, follow the money. Investigate them. Absolutely outrageous for them to playing around with people’s lives.
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Reclaiming My Time Cincy Jul 30
The health of the patient should be between the doctor and patient, which by law is confidential. A board of Pharmocrats and others seeking power, have no place in patient healthcare options. cc:
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Buttercup Jul 30
Guess who picks the Ohio Board of Pharmacy members.
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Cult45 Jul 30
11 million people watched that rally not what I would call a failure Joe down below will be lucky to get 11 people to watch him anywhere
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Princess Legski Jul 30
It’s between doctor and patient. Government needs to STAY OUT OF IT.
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