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Monday, August 17, 2020

Obviously it works

Or they wouldn't make such a big deal about trying to prevent people from taking it:
State Sen. Scott Jensen, a medical doctor, reports that pharmacists won’t fill hydroxychloroquine prescriptions for patients battling coronavirus.

Gov. Tim Walz has rescinded his March Executive Order 20-23, which effectively barred pharmacists from filling hydroxychloroquine prescriptions written to treat COVID-19. Despite this, Jensen says that pharmacists he’s contacted still won’t fill hydroxychloroquine prescriptions for patients suffering from the virus.

“I got on the phone and called pharmacists and said ‘if I write this hydroxychloroquine [prescription] will you fill it?’ And I was told no,” Jensen explained in a video he posted to Twitter on Friday.

“I said, ‘you’ve been filling my scripts for decades and decades and now you say no, why?’” the senator continued, further describing his conversation with pharmacists.

“It was clear that they [the pharmacists] were fearful, but what they said was ‘well it might set a precedent, the board might not like it, maybe we’ll run out,’” he said.

Alpha News was not able to independently verify Jensen’s claim that pharmacists refuse to fill prescriptions written for hydroxychloroquine. However, he does not seem to be alone — doctors in other areas have also been denied the ability to use the drug.

A hospital in Michigan was told that it could not use hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus patients in its care, according to local media.

Although hydroxychloroquine has not been officially approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat COVID-19, Jensen and many others stand behind its “off label” use to treat the virus.

When doctors prescribe a drug to treat a condition that it was not specifically approved by the FDA to remedy, that prescription is considered off label. Up to one in five prescriptions are written for off-label purposes, according to the American Medical Association’s Journal of Ethics.
I don't know why it's so hard for the average individual to grasp that there are people in positions of power who want them dead. What do you think the likes of George Soros and Bill Gates intend when they talk about overpopulation being a problem?

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Blogger Ronius_Maximus August 17, 2020 6:20 AM  

Precisely.

Blogger doctrev August 17, 2020 6:32 AM  

Make plaquenil an OTC drug. Have the government sponsor a new online pharmacy from India. Nationalize the first company that comes out with a "miracle drug." And that's just off the top of my head.

Just punish American pharma for trying to profiteer off this fraud. Full on national socialism. And then the helicopter rides.

Blogger rikjames.313 August 17, 2020 6:35 AM  

Michigan governor whitmer deliberately spread the virus in the nursing homes to kill old people to get the number ups.

She then used those death numbers to issue emergency orders to make racism a public health emergency, and appoint a black emergency government board and place them in charge of the census, and in charge of making plans for black voting methods in November.

She issued orders that any pharmacist who issues the drug to corona patients will lose their license.

Whites are arrested by whitmer's police for boat parades or outdoor summer parties, but blacks and jews can have huge hate trump protests, and blacks are allowed car sideshows and block parties freely.

Trump does a tweet but otherwise allows her to freely oppress and kill his supporters and their families

Blogger Avalanche August 17, 2020 6:39 AM  

Long but very good open letter TO Fauci asking him many excellent pointy questions:

https://www.globalresearch.ca/open-letter-dr-anthony-fauci-regarding-use-hydroxychloroquine-treating-covid-19/5721065

My pointy question: Isn't it funny how Google is unable to find this letter, but has pages of links to the docs smearing Trump?

Isn't it also funny how all the "usual sources" -- the orthodoxy -- have all mounted up to tilt at this windmill?

More lines being drawn in the oncoming split/war....

Blogger Gregory the Tall August 17, 2020 6:59 AM  

It is the thing that would make all discussions about masks, distancing and vaccines obsolete go away immediately, so they came up with fake studies, fake publications (Lancet and New England Journal) each massively reported by the mainstream media worldwide whilst the good news about this medicine were mostly suppressed. It is still worth fighting for by every and any means necessary or possible.

Blogger WarKicker August 17, 2020 7:07 AM  

From the American Association of Rheumatology, "Hydroxychloroquine typically is very well tolerated. Serious side effects are rare."

A study (one among many others) published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases concluded "when controlling for COVID-19 risk factors, treatment with hydroxychloroquine alone and in combination with azithromycin was associated with reduction in COVID-19 associated mortality."

A letter published from the Henry Ford Health System involved in a positive study regarding the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine blatantly states that "unfortunately, the political climate that has persisted has made any objective discussion about this drug impossible, and we are deeply saddened by this turn of events."

In 23 years of practicing medicine, I have never seen any significant side effects of this drug in me or any of my patients. Half of my colleagues and staff at the local hospital that I do surgeries and cover call for have used it in response to a COVID 19 exposure and everyone recovered nicely.

Yeah, I would agree that our leaders have plans for us other than our well being.

Blogger Dark glasses Woody August 17, 2020 7:43 AM  

With faith in institutions in terminal decline, and given the demonetization by dinosaur media; whether or not it is effective against Corona Chan, hydroxychloroquine could be the most potent placebo in the history of mankind.

Blogger Iceeater August 17, 2020 7:47 AM  

Peasants were the expendable infantry for the kings.

If masses can be replaced with AI , drones, custom bio; why feed them

Blogger crescent wrench August 17, 2020 7:56 AM  

Anyone have the price of Remdesivir?

This is straight-up, hand-up-posterior puppetry of officials and narrative by Gilead.

A functional DOJ would have run discovery against the big social companies who have been censoring doctors blowing the whistle on this for Gilead's fingerprints.

I haven't seen astroturfing and corruption of scientific journals this intense since the American Tobacco Institute's efforts to muddy the waters on cancer.

Blogger Shane Bradman August 17, 2020 7:59 AM  

HCQ was used in Europe as one of the drugs to treat the virus. It works, and has some moderate side effects. If there is a way to get better without using medication, that's the preferred option, but if you're in a desperate situation, you take the drug and deal with the side effects. America's hatred of a working treatment shows which god they serve.

Blogger James Dixon August 17, 2020 8:09 AM  

Hydroxychloroquine is merely an attempt to improve quinine. While quinine itself is also a prescription drug and not available over the counter you can still get quinine extract as food additive or get the cinchona bark from which it's derived.

Blogger Trid August 17, 2020 8:17 AM  

Not "it's dangerous" but "maybe we'll run out"

Someone went off script

Blogger Damelon Brinn August 17, 2020 8:25 AM  

Exactly. Do we really think the "overpopulation" crowd will be willing to settle for voluntary birth control and abortion? Those only slow population growth, and certainly won't reduce it for them to enjoy in their lifetimes.

Blogger MEC August 17, 2020 8:26 AM  

Well I just got over Covid-19, I’m 64 with diabetes and it kicked my arse. Had it not been for Hydroxychloroquine and nebulizing Budesonide. I would have ended up in the hospital where they would have killed me. I’ve talked to enough medical professionals to know they are not providing the right treatments for this illness. I have no doubt hydroxychloroquine saved my life, they are still filling prescriptions in Florida.

Blogger John August 17, 2020 8:31 AM  

Here in the Basque Country (Northern Spain) when I called the pharmacy at the end of March asking about hydroxichloroquine they told me that I needed to have a prescription, and that the prescription had to be approved by a council of doctors.

Blogger YIH August 17, 2020 8:40 AM  

And after all that Oxycontin that they handed out like candy on Halloween...

Blogger Shimshon August 17, 2020 8:44 AM  

HCQ does have medical use, just not what we expected. The article might be fake, but I bet the research is real.

Predatory journal accepts fake story about scooters and hydroxychloroquine
The Asian Journal of Medicine and Health might be one of those journals that will accept anything sent their way, as long as the authors pay the publication fee.

Yesterday, it published an obviously fake study that claimed that hydroxychloroquine could prevent push-scooter accidents – but only in Marseille. The paper has a lot of references to French scientists and politicians, and one of the authors is a famous French dog.

Blogger Brett baker August 17, 2020 8:56 AM  

Naw, everyone really knew smoking isn't healthy, they just had enough people who enjoyed smoking. But no, we can't let a cheaper drug cut into profits/dividends.

Blogger CM August 17, 2020 8:57 AM  

Can they be sued for interfering in a patient's medical care?

Blogger Gregory the Tall August 17, 2020 9:00 AM  

It is also extremely hard to get or prescribe in Germany and France.

Blogger Johnny August 17, 2020 9:08 AM  

As a result of clinical experience, around the end of March it was discovered that a malaria medicine cocktail that included a zinc supplement and an antibiotic was extremely effective at shutting down covid 19, provided it was administered early. Used to maximum effect, it stops the disease cold in a few days. And it is being used in other countries with success, even as we prohibit it here.

Had we shown an ordinary level of flexibility in how the disease is treated, this whole pandemic would never have occurred. The disease would spread, but with prompt treatment almost nobody would die.


Blogger Done with it all August 17, 2020 9:38 AM  

They not only want you dead they want proof you lived disappeared.

Blogger Ingemar August 17, 2020 9:57 AM  

The actual measures the Elites are taking proves that they take their orders from Lucifer. If they wanted billions dead, they could have maneuvered the world into a nuclear war (that might still be in play).

Instead they opted to get the medical establishment to make the molehill of a virus look like Mt. Everest and implement all these draconian measures and omnipresent propaganda. They criminalized normality in the name of making us bend over and take in the New Normal.

Blogger Gypsy August 17, 2020 9:58 AM  

Watched both the HCQ town halls episodes on Steve Bannon War Room. Guests included, Dr. Risch from Yale and Sen. Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. https://theminnesotasun.com/2020/08/08/steve-bannon-presents-national-town-hall-on-the-case-for-hydroxy/ Also, heard Rep. Gohmert recovered using HCQ. You're right, they want us dead, never more apparent.

Blogger Robert Pinkerton August 17, 2020 9:59 AM  

For six decades, my favorite summer cool-off has been quinine tonic. I got caught by the "leading bleeding edge" of COVID in February, and was "sick as a dog" for a month, but I recovered without after-effects, despite co-morbidities (congestive heart failure, COPD, and age [seventy-five]). Now, when I drink Q-tonic, I use it to wash down a horse-pill of vitamin-C and a zinc lozenge. And, yes, I do wear a mask inside stores, as a courtesy to strangers.

Blogger liberranter August 17, 2020 10:11 AM  

I don't know why it's so hard for the average individual to grasp that there are people in positions of power who want them dead. What do you think the likes of George Soros and Bill Gates intend when they talk about overpopulation being a problem?

Then there's Venezuela, where the Gates-Soros agenda is being carried out without subterfuge or subtlety. Hydroxychloroquine is available in all the hospitals, but only if you're a member of the ruling cabal or a family member thereof. Anyone else is screwed.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd August 17, 2020 10:20 AM  

rikjames.313 wrote:Trump does a tweet but otherwise allows her to freely oppress and kill his supporters and their families
They are Trump supporters, but Trump isn't supporting them. It's a very consistent pattern: whatever he wants to do, he isn't riding to the rescue of any supporters who get attacked by the cabal.

The enemy of our enemy isn't our friend.

Blogger Taylor? August 17, 2020 10:36 AM  

I tested positive while in Afghanistan. It was about 24 hrs of what felt like a mild case of the flu, and then about a week with a sore throat. I met an O-6 who nearly died from it, but nobody else had any serious symptoms. The whole thing is stupid.

Blogger Keith August 17, 2020 10:39 AM  

Awesome news, MEC

Blogger Fozzy Bear August 17, 2020 10:55 AM  

My dad and grandad both took courses of HCQ as a prophylactic against malaria at different times. Both said it wasn’t pleasant, but better than the alternative. A prescription was recommended or required for all entry to Papua New Guinea.

Blogger Kat August 17, 2020 11:21 AM  

rikjames.313 wrote:Michigan governor whitmer deliberately spread the virus in the nursing homes to kill old people to get the number ups.

She then used those death numbers to issue emergency orders to make racism a public health emergency, and appoint a black emergency government board and place them in charge of the census, and in charge of making plans for black voting methods in November.

She issued orders that any pharmacist who issues the drug to corona patients will lose their license.

Whites are arrested by whitmer's police for boat parades or outdoor summer parties, but blacks and jews can have huge hate trump protests, and blacks are allowed car sideshows and block parties freely.

Trump does a tweet but otherwise allows her to freely oppress and kill his supporters and their families


Unfortunately folks in blue states have to understand the consequences of voting in those sorts of people. A Bush or Romney would have obligingly cracked down on violence and taken the pressure off the electorate while providing endless rhetorical meat for DNC speech writers. Trump isn't doing that and with good reason. If Oregon, Washington, Michigan, etc want to support "peaceful protest" and draconian shut downs then they can do it as much as like so long as they leave federal property alone. The feds might prosecute abuses of power when possible and support/encourage forms of legal redress, but gone are the days of the feds saving polite white suburban moms from the consequences of their votes. If you live in a blue area this royally sucks, but I agree with Trump that it's the only possible move.

Blogger Ska_Boss August 17, 2020 11:31 AM  

A good rule of thumb is to do the exact opposite of what mainstream media tells you.

Blogger Jehu August 17, 2020 12:12 PM  

Trump basically can't do anything that would give cover for more than about 3 Senators to vote to remove him, and absolutely can't give cover for more than 10. That puts him in a very difficult spot because he can't count on the undivided support of the Republican party. That plus the election in November puts an awful lot of constraints on what he can do. Even though I'd love to see the riots handled 1960s style, I understand why they aren't.

Blogger Jack Amok August 17, 2020 12:27 PM  

HCQ really is the icing on the cake of Prog mindless thuggery. Perhaps some sympathetic legal beagles will provide a letter that doctors can hand out with their prescriptions that describes the malpractice suit that will be filed against any pharmacy not filling a valid HCQ prescription.

Blogger tuberman August 17, 2020 12:27 PM  

3. rikjames.313

It IS Governor Whitmer's state IS IT NOT? They elected this POS. Try to stop with the retarded nonsense, and if you're in Michigan, what are you doing? You push BS. I suppose they can all go against Trump and invite even more chaos, and death.

Only Daily Stormer people, Bush fans, and Mitt Romney (and his paid puppet, Ann) traitors believe Trump going in early with Fed authority would work. The Left has been hoping for a Kent State from the beginning, and has been trying to set it up. They need martyrs to have a chance in Hell.

Blue states and cities are not America anymore unless... they can straighten their own crap up. They have to do or DIE. I'm in a Blue State, and I don't care, as this process is necessary. Even if it kills me.

Blogger DonReynolds August 17, 2020 12:29 PM  

A pharmacist operates under the laws and regulations of the state that licenses them, so there is no uniformity. Generally, the pharmacist is under a particular onus to take an interest in their customers. The pharmacist cannot practice medicine, but they normally have more specialized knowledge and training in pharmacology than a physician. I had a family doctor, who had formerly worked as a pharmacist, but he was the exception rather than the rule. Typically a physician only takes ONE COURSE in medical school in pharmacology, and sometimes two courses. That is it. They get some drug information from the drug salesmen who badger them at the clinic to write prescriptions for their label, but the truth is... a physician has a very limited variety of medications that they feel comfortable prescribing for their patients. They can practice medicine for many common maladies with very few drug solutions. They are not research scientists and they are naturally reluctant to include anything they consider questionable or risky or too new.

The state laws (depending) also make this situation more difficult, perhaps necessarily. If the pharmacist has difficulty reading the script, they cannot fill it. If the pharmacist sees a problem with drug interactions, HE is responsible if he fills the Rx.

The drug in question has been around for many decades, it is not new. There are known negative side effects but they are usually less harmful than malaria, which has been the usual purpose of the drug. Can it be used to treat other problems? Most certainly. If Covid19 is one of those, there should not be a problem with providing it. Any state that wants to sidestep the issue can simply take it off the legend drug list, so it is no longer a controlled substance. Yes, there are actually HARMFUL meds that can be purchased over the counter, that are toxic when abused, that some patients may die of because they are allergic.... common aspirin, ibuprofen, dextromethorphan, acetaminophen, are just the most popular. In the end, it is the patient who has the final say about their medication anyway....if they can get it.

Blogger glueballs August 17, 2020 12:50 PM  

As I posted here before, I contracted a severe case of what later was named covid-19 back in early February. A Chinese national suddenly coughed what seemed like a quart of hot sputum on me as we were descending for landing from LAX to ORD. I felt as if I had inhaled a bag of broken glass and expectorated handfuls of foamy blood. It took me more six weeks to get out of bed and two months additional to feel normal mental and physical acuity. I’m early 50’s but other than that and a bit soft I have no known co-morbidities.

I’m convinced the virus and disease are real enough. But it’s also clear TPTB seized an opportunity the virus presents and they are determined not to let the event go to waste. I’m maskless today except when required to enter a local business and then I wear netting fashioned into a “mask” that has holes the size of small marbles throughout and purchased on Etsy from a Texas mfr. I receive stares and some lectures that I defeat with escalating volume and “maintain your social distance and cease spreading your germs by talking!” but I also get some affirmative sniggers and blinks by the majority who appreciate the ridiculous nature of continued mask-wearing.

If I contract another virus this cold and flu season, since it doesn’t appear we’ll be vacationing anywhere warm soon, I’ll find a clinician I can bribe to prescribe 200mg x 3 daily hydroxychloroquine, 220 mg x 2x daily zinc sulfate in max bio-available form (already have it; you can add fresh ground black pepper to water and the peperin supposedly enhances drugs bio-availability), 500mg of anti-biotic such as oral azithromycin, and gads of vitamins C, D and K2.

What I found beneficial was a large triangular pillow we own for ortho usage. I placed the elevated aspect under my stomach and from the sternum to the head I declined so my face lay at mattress level. This kept my airways open and the slope aided my ability to expectorated into a plastic medical basin or otherwise I felt like I would drown in my own bloody foam. I fell into this naturally and unprompted, and it worked for me. If afflicted, you may wish to try it and know I wish you good luck.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd August 17, 2020 1:00 PM  

Found a website peddling HCQ. Is there any reason to think they are selling the real thing?

Chloroquine diphosphate is the earlier version, probably just as effective against the Chinkypox, more chance of side effects if you take it for years on end.

Ivermectin is looking promising, might be easier to source.

Blogger KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia August 17, 2020 1:14 PM  

Obviously, the anti-hydroxychloroquine nonsense is purely political--death to those who don't get it when they should is just an added bonus. The "science" has nothing to do with it.

Witness the saga of Harvey Risch, a very distinguished epidemiologist and cancer researcher at Yale.

He writes an op Ed for Newsweek saying that Hydroxychloroquine can be effective if used appropriately. He also published a review in the American Journal of Epidemiology, a top journal in the field.

https://academic.oup.com/aje/advance-article/doi/10.1093/aje/kwaa093/5847586

You can read a summary of Risch's views here, which are, unsurprisingly, appropriately sober and nuanced.

https://medicine.yale.edu/news-article/26218/

What happens? He gets skewered, along with cancel calls.

It got so bad, that the Dean of the Yale School of Public Health, Sten Vermund, had to go on record. Go here:

https://medicine.yale.edu/news-article/26290/

The dean wrote:

As Dean of the Yale School of Public Health where Dr. Risch is employed, I have championed maintaining open academic discourse, including what some may view as unpopular voices. The tradition of academia is that faculty may do research, interpret their work, and disseminate their findings. If persons disagree with Dr. Risch’s review of the literature, it would be advisable to disseminate the alternative scientific interpretations, perhaps through letters or other publications with alternative viewpoints to the American Journal of Epidemiology, Newsweek, or other outlets. My role as Dean is not to suppress the work of the faculty, but rather, to support the academic freedom of our faculty, whether it is in the mainstream of thinking or is contrarian.

That even had to state this publicly once again shows how far we have fallen and how tiresome it has all become.

Blogger Terrific August 17, 2020 2:17 PM  

Decades ago I watched Pat Buchanan and Tom Braden on the original "Crossfire" on CNN. They were debating overpopulation with a conservative in the middle and of course Tom Braden, the author of, "Eight is Enough", his personal story of having and raising EIGHT CHILDREN, took the liberal position AGAINST human beings inhabiting the earth.

I can't remember if Pat called him out on his hypocrisy (Look! A bear just shat in the woods!).

What I do remember is thinking, "If PEOPLE are the problem and the problem threatens the survival of the planet, then you are justified in doing ANYTHING to solve the problem."

Really. Anything.

They want us dead.

Blogger Crew August 17, 2020 2:31 PM  

Those who wish to destroy us have a long time horizon.

Most of us will not be dispatched by this little virus, so they are going to try again and again.

They are going to import more and more savages and expect to come up with some way to deal with the savages once they have eliminated their first target.

The question is how to fight back.

Blogger Jack Amok August 17, 2020 2:37 PM  

...there are people in positions of power who want them dead.

Additionally, in this case they want you dead and they want to blame your death on Trump.

Blogger Laconic August 17, 2020 3:55 PM  

Its a good time to learn how to be self reliant. Sure store whatever you can but its going to run out.
Youll be fucked without knowledge its very light weight

Blogger Noah B. August 17, 2020 4:57 PM  

Chloroquine diphosphate is the earlier version, probably just as effective against the Chinkypox, more chance of side effects if you take it for years on end.

Chinkypox? Please. It's Chinaids.

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey August 17, 2020 5:12 PM  

HXO is not a new drug. It was developed in the 1940s and has been in use since against malaria. It has been sitting there quietly on the WHO's "Model List of Essential Medicines" for many years. It does have side effects, the worst of which is a macular degeneration, but that happens after years of steady usage at a fairly high dosage. But most drugs present problems when used habitually for years.

Doctors have been managing patients with it successfully now for almost eighty years.

If HXO can't be safely prescribed now, what can be?

The whole episode underscores how politicized and corrupted our drug approval and prescription process has become. For whose benefit is that system run? Not yours.

"It's a big club and you ain't in it."

Blogger Pathfinderlight August 17, 2020 5:30 PM  

It is very common for doctors to take into account side effects when prescribing medications. This includes using side effects as secondary intended effects for patients who come in with more than one issue.

For example, a depression patient with trouble sleeping might be prescribed a different med than one without sleeping trouble. The difference is that the drowsiness side effect becomes a viable treatment for the second condition.

Blogger tdcommenter August 17, 2020 5:35 PM  

@37 I've read that some doctors were questioning the practice of putting patients on their backs rather than their bellies. It makes sense. A drowning man kneels and does not lie on his back.

Blogger Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club August 17, 2020 5:36 PM  

With all the over-diagnosed "diseases", questionable "syndromes", and common "off-label" uses of all manner of drugs, this is where pharmacists choose to make their "stand". I should know better , but it's still depressing to see how much cowardice there is in the world today.

Blogger glueballs August 17, 2020 6:22 PM  

@47 tdcommenter
I've read that some doctors were questioning the practice of putting patients on their backs rather than their bellies. It makes sense. A drowning man kneels and does not lie on his back.

Given their relatively low price tag, at least when we bought, I would purchase a triangular wedge of foam “pillow” large enough to hold your legs at least a foot above a level surface when applied orthopedically. Ours was at least this big, please overlook the purple-haired goth creature depicted here: https://sc02.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1n5uIhzuhSKJjSspmq6AQDpXaJ.jpg

Now out of fevered desperation I grabbed that thing, the wedge, and reversed it so the raised aspect went near the pit of my stomach with the distal end sloping downward to the mattress. I had a plastic medical basin to cough into.

I believe it definitely helped save me. I watched my dad die unnecessarily on a respirator after the hospital effed up and tried to cover its tracks. He was flopping around like a squished earth worm for weeks, and I have left specific medical direction never ever to be placed on a ventilator unless under surgery described in advance and for a limited set time.

Get the wedge pillow. You can even use it for its purpose, to elevated beaten up legs, whether by marathoning, biking, hiking, or whatever. Works pretty well for a lotta ailments.

Blogger tublecane August 17, 2020 6:35 PM  

"Maybe we'll run out"

Is there some vital alternative use? Then I'd say keep a reserve. Otherwise, refusing to fill subscriptions because at some point you might not be able to fill subscriptions is not an excuse.

Blogger Gypsy August 17, 2020 7:22 PM  

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/mn-governor-quietly-reverses-course-on-hydroxychloroquine/ar-BB1824Me?ocid=uxbndlbing

Blogger Gypsy August 17, 2020 7:28 PM  

Sen. Klobuchar mocked HCQ on Twitter and then admitted her husband was treated with it.

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella August 17, 2020 7:41 PM  

A woman walked up to me at the swimming pool to tell me about posting guards at the door of a surgical suite. She was getting a pacemaker installed for her stomach. Her stomach was not emptying in time and somehow that was making her very ill. An implantable pacemaker has been used in other countries to solve this problem. She was going to die without it. Her doctors all agreed on that point. She was less than 100 pounds and starving to death. The FDA sent agents to stop this surgery. They agreed that it would heal her, but it was not approved by the FDA. They knew she would die without the surgery. They told her this to her face.

She had guards at the door. They had some sort of international legal paper, to prevent the FDA from preventing her surgery.

Yes, they want you dead.

Blogger A trite re-white August 17, 2020 8:31 PM  

Bill Gates is a scary man.

Blogger liberranter August 17, 2020 8:38 PM  

@53 Ariadne Umbrella:

This is why "medical tourism" is exploding. This woman needs to get herself abroad for the life-saving surgery she needs before Amerika's Mengelesque excuse for a health care system kills her.

Blogger rumpole5 August 17, 2020 9:55 PM  

Seems like this would be fertile ground for an enterprising malpractice lawyer to make some money. A pharmacist refuses to fill a doctor's prescription, and the patient suffers injury or death? Sounds like punitive damage territory to me.

Blogger Auriga August 17, 2020 10:38 PM  

glueballs wrote:
If I contract another virus this cold and flu season, since it doesn’t appear we’ll be vacationing anywhere warm soon, I’ll find a clinician I can bribe to prescribe 200mg x 3 daily hydroxychloroquine, 220 mg x 2x daily zinc sulfate in max bio-available form (already have it; you can add fresh ground black pepper to water and the peperin supposedly enhances drugs bio-availability), 500mg of anti-biotic such as oral azithromycin, and gads of vitamins C, D and K2.


This is an excellent preparation.

Another good form of zinc is zinc orotate:
https://dreddymd.com/2017/04/01/the-benefits-of-zinc-orotates/
https://www.ilifelink.com/orotates_and_the_mineral_transporters_of_dr_nieper.html

The orotic acid brings the zinc into the cell using the uracil transporter:
https://www.ilifelink.com/how_orotates_work-the_biochemistry_of_vitamin_b13.html

So taking zinc as zinc orotate gets the zinc into cell, without needing a zinc ionophore like hydroxychloroquine, or quercetin or EGCG (from green tea):
https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Zinc-ionophore-activity-of-quercetin-and-from-Hepa-Dabbagh-Bazarbachi-Clergeaud/9f28bfa5ebf0466f697cb9c820220366fc149c0f

Another good thing to have is thiamine (vitamin B1), to prevent fluid from accumulating in the lungs:
https://knowledgeofhealth.com/likely-caused-more-than-one-pathogen-missing-antidote/
https://www.amazon.ca/Life-Extension-Benfotiamine-Thiamine-Vegetarian/dp/B000MYXVTQ

and as Ominous Cowherd pointed out, Ivermectin is good. It is still available for sale in the US:
https://www.amazon.com/Ivermectin-Paste-Dewormer-6-08g-Flavor/dp/B000HHLWPI

and Canada:
https://www.amazon.ca/Duramectin-Ivermectin-Paste-1-87-Wormer/dp/B01EP4TPPW

Blogger Gregory the Tall August 18, 2020 3:28 AM  

@51 Gypsy
What do you think made the MN government change their mind? Impending lawsuits maybe?

Blogger rikjames.313 August 18, 2020 6:17 AM  

Okay, since everyone is talking medical malpractice time for some facts while I wait for my coffee...

This is Michigan law, but a lot of states have similar schemes. Medical malpractice used to be big legal business, for both sides. Then gods chosen physicians didn't like getting sued so they changed the laws.

Med mal in Michigan is a 2 year statute of limitations. However, we have the defense notice period. That means a plaintiff has to file and completely serve 182 days prior to the end of the SOL not only a notice, but a complete affidavit from someone exactly the same level of qualification as the provider. Which means if the cardiologist who screwed up also has a family practice board cert, your witness has to have the same.

So a plaintiff has to get past the death of the loved one, get the probate letters filed and approved, then play through the stall and slow play games with the hospital records, then find a professional witness exactly the same willing to sign the affidavit, then prepare the case and file/serve the notice, all in time.

Add in that in these covid cases the pharmacists are ordered by the licensing board and governor not to issue the meds.

Blogger Gypsy August 18, 2020 5:18 PM  

@58 I'd like to think it's because he's a human being. From the RCP article, "The reason it’s unclear is that Walz has been mum on why he rescinded his order. There’s been no announcement or new stories. Local lawmakers told me they had no idea Walz had reversed course."
I'm just hoping more governors will do the same (like ours here in Mississippi who I routinely social media stalk on the issue) and not double-down on their mistakes for fear of any backlash.

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