and, another study
If I'm reading these studies right, there was no benefit perceived to
the use of hydroxychloroquine with or without azithromycin (no
mention here of zinc), but neither was there injury or untoward
consequences from being administered it
It would be helpful if those proponing hydroxychloroquine to submit
similar studies that show the benefit over similarly large numbers of patients.
Also, one should check to make sure that the right dosages were
administered in these two studies.
This is especially significant at this time beause a problematic
video is circulating of doctors holding a press conference yesterday
on the U.S. Supreme Court plaza aggressively stating that they've
used hydroxychloroquine and that it has saved many lives, and that
the government treatment recommendations are a scam, they say. I have
not seen statistical evidence, however, that bears out that claim, so
I am asking those who believe otherwise to put up the data.