Giant long article in the Australian Guardian vs hydroxychloroquine doctors
This debunking hydroxychloroquine article is so lengthy it’s astonishing. 2500 words for a newspaper article is absurdly long!
It is also laced with judgement words like “shocking”, “florid”, “bevy”. It doesn’t even pretend to be impartial.
What was it that that woman doctor said — the flack tells you when you are above the target?
Melbourne doctors under review for promoting discredited Covid treatment
Imagine putting that much of your life into Med School and residency only to have the government come after you for trying to help people with one of the most benign drugs on earth during a pandemic.
When I was in Florence (or Firenze as I will call it when Im feeling saucy) I took a walking tour related to the Medici family and their times. One detail was that upper class women liked to wear makeup that happened to be full of lead.
As the lead poisoning set in, the women’s skin started to look horrid. They dealt with this problem by applying more and more makeup. In the end, most people will kill themselves with bad ideas because its easier not to ask questions even as your skin loses all pigmentation
I am upset that instead of making effort into how much and how often Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin can be used to prevent disease. How long body is protected and many other practical issues of effective and inexpensive treatment, so much effort is put to discredit those treatments out of hand.
Another interesting observation is that it is OK to use comment like UK Covid or South African Covid mutation.
When WHO came up with the name for disease, argument by WHO representative was that name chosen must prevent prejudice and or stigmatisation of country or region.
Interesting, don’t you think?