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Michael Coudrey
NEW DATA: A French study has demonstrated evidence that the combination of Hydroxychloroquine & Azithromycin are highly effective in treating Covid-19. The patients enrolled in the study showed complete viral eradication around the 5th day of treatment.
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Michael Coudrey Mar 21
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What’s also interesting, is Hydroxychloroquine reduces HIV replication by > 75% and is effective against a myriad of other viruses such as HSV1+2, EBV, HPV, DENV.
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Michael Coudrey Mar 21
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With that, it is likely this drug combination might not only eradicate coronavirus, but could also eradicate other viruses a large portion of the population carries and spreads, with many viruses leading to cancer. Stats of population infected: HPV: 80% HSV1: 67% EBV: 95%
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Michael Coudrey Mar 21
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By preventing viral replication and inducing apoptosis in viral infected cells, this drug combination should further be studied for its effective eradication of certain types of cancers, being that viral pathogens cause many malignant tumors. (CDC)
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Michael Coudrey Mar 21
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Many of these viruses embed themselves in the central nervous system & only reactivate when the immune system is weakened, so it is unlikely it will cause complete viral eradication...
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Michael Coudrey Mar 21
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However, it may ensure viral pathogens are destroyed in the bodily tissues, thus preventing or eliminating some cancerous growths. I encourage individuals in the scientific community to explore this basis of information further.
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♻️🇺🇸 Christopher Zullo Mar 21
How many subjects? Any clinical trials set up?
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sun’s out Mar 21
Only 26 patients received the drug in the French study. Only 36 patients in the whole study. This is NOT a proven treatment.
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Robert Graham@🏠 Mar 21
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Tony Fauci confirmed this study has some serious deficiencies. Please update your twitter feed accordingly.
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Jonathan Parker Mar 21
It has a sample size of 30, with 20 patients receiving medication. The measured outcome is viral load. Viral load isn't directly related to patient outcome.
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Chidi®️ Mar 21
This is from an expert - A REAL DOCTOR. https://t.co/v2XvlO9XPu
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jennifer s.🏳️‍🌈🐕🤓🌎🎭 Mar 21
I bet someone close to trump has stock in his company.
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