How many of those who have died from COVID-19 would be alive and well today if only they had been treated with Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)? We will never know, but I believe it would be well into six figures.

I was listening to a caller on the Dennis Prager radio show yesterday who had contracted COVID-19. He explained that he had become very sick with a fever of 103, a chronic cough, and getting worse. His doc recommended HCQ. He resisted, noting the oft-cited report of deadly side effects. After a day or so, his condition had deteriorated to the point that his doc explained that he had two options, to take HCQ or be on a ventilator (near-certain death) within several hours. He asked for a little time to consider his options (what the hell is there to think about?), explaining that he would make a decision shortly. He called his doc back an hour or so later and agreed to accept HCQ treatment, which his doc prescribed immediately.

The caller explained to Prager that within a few hours he was feeling better, not 100%, but by 3:30 in the morning, the fever had dropped to 99 degrees and the persistent cough was nearly gone. By daylight he reported that he was 100% cured and well again. God Bless his doc for doing the right thing!

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Powdered Wig reported on a Dallas doc a few weeks ago who was prescribing HCQ for her COVID patients and was seeing a 100% cure rate, even though she had to lie to pharmacists to prescribe it due to the negative publicity generated by a study warning of dangerous side effects of the drug, deemed safe in 1954 but somehow now considered extremely dangerous. Medical professionals, including pharmacists, were receiving guidance from WHO and other health organizations to not prescribe HCQ for COVID patients. So, the Dallas doc lied, telling pharmacists that she was prescribing HCQ for hypertension or other maladies unrelated to COVID. Thus, she saved many lives by prescribing cheap, safe HCQ.

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Just shy of 400,000 people have perished worldwide from COVID-19. Many were denied HCQ due to the damning report that WHO had been relying upon, which was published by an extremely sketchy company by the name of Surgisphere, a study based upon bogus data, i.e, their study was a barefaced lie and led to hundreds of thousands of COVID victims being denied the one known cure for their disease.

Is there a punishment too harsh for the liars who originated this bogus study and the parasites in the world’s foremost health organizations who accepted it as gospel without vetting its source?

I don’t think so.

By Jeff Dunetz

The WHO and a few national governments have changed their Covid-19 Hydroxychloroquine treatment based on bogus data from Surgisphere, a little-known US healthcare analytics company.  The data also were used for studies published in some of the world’s most prestigious medical journals. This information comes from an investigative report from the British newspaper, the Guardian. Hydroxychloroquine study

The US-based company Surgisphere, whose handful of employees appear to include a science fiction writer and an adult-content model, has provided data for multiple studies on Covid-19 co-authored by its chief executive [Dr. Sapan Desai] but has so far failed to adequately explain its data or methodology.

Data it claims to have legitimately obtained from more than a thousand hospitals worldwide formed the basis of scientific articles that have led to changes in Covid-19 treatment policies in Latin American countries. It was also behind a decision by the WHO and research institutes around the world to halt trials of the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine.

Two of the world’s leading medical journals – the Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine – published studies based on Surgisphere data. The studies were co-authored by the firm’s chief executive, Sapan Desai.

Late on Tuesday, after being approached by the Guardian, the Lancet released an “expression of concern” about its published study. The New England Journal of Medicine has also issued a similar notice.

The Guardian also pointed out issues with the company Surgisphere itself including

  • Most of its employees don’t have a data collection or scientific background.
  • Last week the company’s LinkedIn page listed six employees. Today it was changed to three employees.
  • Surgisphere says it runs one the largest and fastest hospital databases in the world but it has no online presence. On Twitter handle has fewer than 400 followers, with no posts between October 2017 and March 2020.

  • Before June 1st, the get in touch” link on the company’s homepage redirected to a WordPress template for a cryptocurrency website. So how could a hospital contact Surgisphere to participate in its database?
  • In 2008, Founder and CEO Dr. Sapan Desai launched a crowdfunding campaign on the website Indiegogo promoting a wearable “next-generation human augmentation device that can help you achieve what you never thought was possible”. The device never came to fruition.
  • Dr. Desai’s Wikipedia page was deleted when questions began to be asked about Surgisphere and his history.

According to The Scientist, one of the issues that raised concerns were doubts that “Surgisphere Corporation could have collected so much detailed patient data in such a short period of time.”   Who knows maybe the science fiction writer who works for Surgisphere came up with the numbers as part of a new novel. Or the porn model got the data from the folks she works with. Either way, when the company was asked by the New England Journal of medicine to provide evidence it’s reliable, the editors wrote.

The fake Surgisphere data claimed that it examined information from 15,000 global COVID-19 patients who’d been treated with hydroxychloroquine and incorrectly reported users had a higher mortality rate and more heart issues, This led the WHO to cancel its hydroxychloroquine tests and gave the liberal media something new to attack Trump about.

At times during the China Virus crisis, President Trump has been a champion of the use of Hydroxychloroquine. In consultation with his doctor, the POTUS even used it prophylactically himself after there were a few cases of Wuhan Virus in the executive branch.

When the president used the drug, the mainstream media went absolutely crazy based on the studies based on the bogus data. They accused him of setting a bad example. And since the studies using the incorrect data suggested Hydroxychloroquin use may result in death, the media claims that Trump’s use will end up killing people. Truth is that the mainstream media accepted negative news about President Trump, without exploring it to see if it was legitimate, something they’ve been doing ever since he came down that Trump Tower escalator in 2015.

Don’t look for apologies from the MSM, they will just come up with something else.

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