please mate wtf is your point?"New Study Confirms HCL Safe As Far As We Know"
the side of effect of death from heart arrhythmia has never actually happened, AFAIK. And all of those editorials/studies are saying the same thing - we need randomized trials of mildly and asymptomatic patients to understand the proper therapy for each patient. But the NIH is over-stating the risk of HLC and over-stating the efficacy of Remdesivr, and it's not an accident. I think there's good evidence that HCL can be used prophylactically or at the early onset of symptoms and lower the risk of ICU-care. It's not a cure-all, but studying why it works when it works is important to understanding how to combat the virus.please mate wtf is your point?
Here is a preliminary list of scientific studies/reports/editorials that suggest that chloroquine is not a safe drug to treat Covid indiscriminately:
Antimalarials widely used against COVID-19 heighten risk of cardiac arrest. How can doctors minimize the danger?Cardiologists urge careful monitoring of patients on chloroquine or hydroxychloroquinewww.sciencemag.org
it could all change in the next hour and a new study suggest otherwise and eventually chloroquine could be proven without doubt to be the cure to all evils of the world. it doesn't change the fact that politicians that are pushing for it right now are irresponsibly exposing people to unnecessary risk.
If only the dems would have warned us sooner. But they spent all of December January and February crying for impeachmentwhen it comes to balancing economic and public health interests, "bad" probably isn't a strong enough word.