Reno doctor reports success w Hydroxichloroquine
An independent doctor in Reno, NV, Dr. Bruce Fong, Medical Director of Sierra Integrative Medical Center, reported success in treating Covid19 patients using both Hydorxychloroquine and Zinc was televised in a local news report. The reporter then went on to interview an academic (basically a non-clinician who doesn’t actually treat patients) with official sounding credential to shoot it down with the flimsiest of excuses. The doctor’s own website has a page where he is reaching out to fellow practitioners but he seems to be struggling with presentation. He needs Chris’ bullet point style to make his case instead of a long winded essay in small print that no one is going to read. Anyone defending Hydroxychlorquine needs a list of the major studies that have been used in evidence against HCQ with a ready list of why those studies were flawed in easy to read format or presentation because someone will always come up one. Then a list of favorable studies, to prove his point. With HCQ, its all about the presentation and delivery since this is a political fight more than a medical one as far as I can gather.
(The 2nd link is to Dr. Bruce Fong’s clinic and you need to scroll down to see his plea to his colleagues).
Today, Paul Craig Roberts has another post about HCQ that you may appreciate:
RE. ” this is a political fight “, does anyone have a reference to a book/article that covers the history of the process of shutting down the homeopathic and ‘alternative medicine’ doctors in the 1920s? My little learning on this matters indicates it was more that a political fight. Rather it was a fight-to-the-end (as they say) between the adherents of two different approaches to making a living with medicinal treatments, and allopathic medicine won big-time and with tons of Big Money and Influential People supporting it.