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05.08.2020 kl 18:43 3112

Risch shared a 2017 New England Journal of Medicine article by former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden, one in which the author argued that randomized controlled trials have "substantial limitations" and that "many other data sources can provide valid evidence for clinical and public health action."

Five key factors for successful HCQ treatment, Risch says

Fauci's office did not respond to requests for comment on Risch's claims about the drug's effectiveness and Fauci's assessment of it.


Risch argued that, while hydroxychloroquine is not a universally effective treatment, it has shown marked and repeated success when used in appropriate cases and at appropriate points of disease progression.

"The crucial issues are (a) early treatment of (b) high-risk (c) outpatients with (d) HCQ plus zinc, [azithromycin], doxycycline etc. for (e) hospitalization or mortality outcomes," Risch said. "Dr. Fauci, in citing all of the studies without qualification, smeared all over points (a)-(e)."

Risch said opponents of HCQ have been arguing that the drug "doesn't work on patients near death in ventilators and therefore we can't use it on healthier patients in outpatient settings."

https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/coronavirus/yale-epidemiologist-accuses-fauci-running-disinformation-campaign
Redigert 21.01.2021 kl 07:59

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