Dr. Gold: The Truth About HCQ (Hydroxychloroquine) with Glen Beck


For informational purposes only. Consult your local medical authority for advice. In 1956, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved HCQ (hydroxychloroquine) for symptoms of lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, particularly skin inflammation, hair loss, mouth sores, fatigue, and joint pain. For some reason, after sixty-five years, the FDA has found that this inexpensive drug is now ‘dangerous’ and should not be prescribed for treatment of COVID-19. Dr Gold, who appeared with Glen Beck on his television and radio network TheBlaze, is one of few doctors who come out to discredit these claims and is not the only one under attack – virtually every doctor who disputes establishment narratives are being labeled incompetent. French doctor and virologist Didier Raoult, whose use of malaria medication hydroxychloroquine at a treatment for Covid-19 has also attracted worldwide attention and controversy, when he said in late February the drug was probably the least expensive and simplest way to treat the coronavirus.  “I treated more than 3,700 patients with this medication, with 0.5 percent mortality and no cardiac toxicity,” he told Le Parisien newspaper in an interview published Tuesday. “What more do you want?”

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