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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:39 min | 3 d ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"And tv and my giving the right message to my audience. Because i i want everyone in this audience to be healthy I have seen people go through hell with this virus. I've seen people you know literally walk right up to death's door with his virus. You know if it gets a hold of you. It's not good now. we do have therapeutics. I mean they could be saying. Wow studies show. That people like hannity will write on one hydroxy clark when an ivermectin therapeutics like regeneration but i will never going to hear that either. Don't expect to hear those those headlines hannity's pro vaccine speeches. Welcome but he's not the fox news voice. I'm like okay I've said all linda ever set 'em anti-science or i always say pro science absolutely not not even once nine even once. I like one hundred times. I mean. This is the most bizarre moment the views. What's her name sonny as it hosting. I don't pronounce the last name. Okay calls hannity's vaccination endorsement too little too late sunny. I hate to burst your bubble. But you haven't listened to anything that i've said it's obvious because your statement is just dead on wrong. I mean i don't even know what to tell you I i am encouraging people to really really do the right thing for them. Because i don't know and yes enough people have died and yeah i want you to take it seriously no. I don't apologize. And i was being pressured heavily early on to tell people what to do. I'm not qualified to tell you what to do. I'm not. I bring on doctors and experts some of whom i agree with and disagree with so you can have more information at your disposal Hannity's pro vaccine speeches woken. But i mean what what. Why are they saying something. I didn't say. I said..

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On talk Radio 77. W A. B c 808 for 89222 is the number that's 808 for eight w A. B c. You know, Frank? We got done talking with the doctor. Javi reach earlier. You were about a good point. You know, everybody can have differences of opinion. Sure, but when it comes to science and And we're not talking politics here. This This is like a doctor. Some doctor might want to prescribe something. I don't know. Thiss antibiotic. Another doctor might not like it. It doesn't make one. Is a nut, and the other one is right. Right? There are differences of opinion. Absolutely think, just because we're of course in the pandemic and everybody is, you know, frantic over it, Um You know, with this business with hydroxide Clark when you know it's almost like you know how we talk about journalism today. Nobody wants to be right any longer. Well, I shouldn't say they don't want to be right to more concerned about being first. I think sometimes that unfortunate affects the scientific field. You know, I think that's certainly true. I think it affects every field so I think it's a fair fair point to make, but we'll see what happens 1 808 for eight W A. B. C. That's 1 808 for 89222 But in the meantime, in addition to the discussion of Hydroxy Clark when there are a number of other interesting subjects in the news is the rundown.

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"We all assumed that if something like this, ever broke out, everyone would be on the same page and and we try to get this thing done and instead, of course, we find ourselves in a world where the very existence of the virus is. A politicized issue whether masks work politicized, Clark work politicized, and this is really bonkers because if you think about it, I mean there are a lot of things where if I said Oh hey, you know Sean, there's going to be this crisis in two years. Here's what the crisis is going to be. Some people are gonNA. WanNa do this response then the left to the right you'll say, oh, military intervention there on this right If I said, you know, hey sean there's going to be doing and some people are GonNa want Hydroxy Clark you've got no way to tell me whether that's GonNa fall on the left or right right. This is just no reason to politicize that doesn't make any sense but it is this tribal allegiance that you're talking about it is facilitated by. You know by social media and it's been an enormous problem. In Our national response to to cove it because you get things like you know people refusing to wear masks simply. to. Signal their their their tribal affiliations. As, if I've never really thought about it in these terms, but it seems as if there's some Stu of interactions that spiral you down between number one, the ability to bullshit in quantitatively in this data driven world, we're in number two the ability to spread the bullshit through the social media and number three, the partisan or identity affiliations that make your allegiance to certain statements stronger than your allegiance to the truth and. Somehow. We got to change the incentives that somehow people are punished for giving into that. I, think that's I. You know I think that is the sort of thing that that is happening You know my colleague Joba Coleman and I have sort of you know not completely jokingly said that the answer to the Fermi paradox the fact there no you know we we don't see evidence of intelligent life anywhere out there is not.

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Why Instagram Flagged Madonna's Video Post About Coronavirus As 'False Information'

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Why Instagram Flagged Madonna's Video Post About Coronavirus As 'False Information'

"Vinyl instagram flagged Madonna's account for a fake Corona Virus Cure. Last night opposed by Madonna was blurred with a warning over the video that read false information reviewed by independent fact checkers. The same misinformation was taken down from President, trump's twitter account earlier, yesterday and Donald. Trump junior was banned from posting anything for about twelve hours on twitter because he repo re tweeted that that Dr. was praising the use of Heidrick Hydroxy Clark win, and also at some point in the past has talked about demon sperm and a bunch of other crazy things. So they have. Flag. That information.

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"I'm fighting for a treatment, the date of fully support. But, the conventional wisdom says not to use hang on. Okay as I say this is maybe more maybe like the fifth or sixth, story. That I have seen on Hydroxy Clark, when working working wonderfully working magically and every story has had as its source, an epidemiologist or doctor who is currently prescribing it. Not Not a political party, not a political person, but an actual medical expert. And of the reasons for opposing Hydroxy Clark winner many it's cheap. It's not new. NOBODY IS GONNA get rich prescribing it because it's already been developed, it's already been tested. It's already got a price. A retail price and that retail price is very very cheap compared to one of vaccines, GonNa be. Compared to want. Any new therapeutic drug is going to be. And when you see stories on the forthcoming vaccine, you also see and it may take three doses. It may require three doses in order for everybody, and then in May, not be readily available for everybody at the same time. Well, that's going to cause a demand like you've never seen. And then the therapeutic drug well, these these might have some positive impact, but their cost is going to be. We're being prepared for this stuff costing a lot of money. And yet the Hydroxy Clark when stories. They're everywhere, but the mainstream media to let me keep reading here from Dr Dr. Harvey wishes peace. He says I'm usually accustomed to advocating for positions within the mainstream of medicine, so he's he's a conventional wisdom guy. He's not outside the norm. So he says I've been flummoxed. I've been surprised. To find that in the midst of this crisis that I am fighting for a treatment. That the data fully support. But which for reasons having nothing to do with a correct understanding of the science has been pushed to the sidelines meaning. Everything says us. This is helpful. In some cases, it's miraculous. It's good. It's plentiful and.

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I said if that happens, I want to be treated at home pharmaceutically and I want to make sure that I don't wind up with a tube in my throat on a what, you guys call a covert 19 word, okay? And she said she would not prescribe Hydroxy Clark. One just wouldn't do it, which pissed me off, and I told you we talked about some radio before and to disappear or whatever it's called. She wouldn't do that either. You gotta get all that in the hospital to get it all I said screw you make a long story Short, I found another primary care doctor who's way more. Let's say I don't see adventurous but I would say more open minded data wise about some of this stuff. So anyway, while I'm there I said, You know, I really trashed my back on a while back, and Ah, would you recommend I possibly do physical therapy because only went to two sessions before? Didn't do a lot, she said. Absolutely. So I got rolled another physical therapy operation. I went today for the first time. It was good. Really? Well, maybe that's because some of this has passed. Maybe some of the pain has naturally gone away. I don't know. But Ah, it's still damaged. Oh, baby, it's still there. So anyway, while I was here's what I'm getting at this along with you, too. I'm sitting there. I was the 1st 1 in the office. They had TV in and it's ah was about what was seven but maybe 8 45 I'm sorry. 6 45 Seven o'clock, and I'm sitting there in the waiting room, and they got these big screen TV's on one of the shows. That's on one of the shows his son, a cz. One of those deals where and you've seen these at all, There's a bunch of them where they show a couple. There were the real estate and they're going to buy property in some low count..

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The FDA was for three things one for early treatment use in a hospital setting. Number two treatment between a doctor and his patient and outpatient setting and three not just as a therapeutic but also as a possible prophylaxis for preventive use. This request to the FDA comes on the heels of the publication. Of their study in the Journal of Infectious Diseases last week that showed astonishing 50% reduction in mortality rate for patients taking hydroxy core 500.50% reduction. But importantly, study was based on what's called early treatment, and the science of this is pretty simple if you look at it That kind of a 14 day arc of the virus from the beginning of symptoms to the time you might be in in an I C U setting on a ventilator. The 1st 7 days are critical. There there the days in which you may have a fever, a dry cough, possibly a profound sense of fatigue that point your lungs are still intact. And the virus is not appreciably spread to the rest of your organs. Hydroxy Clark when based on the science in articles like The one that originally appeared in 2005 in The Journal of Virology works in a therapeutic way by raising the alkalinity of your cells, which which slows.

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 790 KABC

"There's in addition to that. There's another saliva test one that's done just kind of by swabbing the side of the cheek inside the mouth, which is infinitely easier to do than having The nasal swab. The nasal swabs are difficult to do their unpleasant. Ah, and if you had one done, and it wasn't unpleasant, it wasn't done right. Ah, because when you actually have it done right, It's not pleasant, and it does take a while for those results to come back. The saliva test is one the breath test that the Israelis air working on his one. There's also a stool have that is quite accurate, and there's being in. It seems to be coming to get the results back a little bit faster. So those are all possibilities. The important thing about those you want to make sure that they're really quite accurate because you don't want people getting false positives, meaning it comes back positive. And you don't actually have grown a virus or almost more worrisome is that it comes back as a false negative. Meaning either you actually do have it. But the test came back negative. I still don't believe that this is although it may well help an industry like the cruise industry get back up in going. I'm not suggesting that the Zahra good idea simply because I think they're unnecessary. We know who the people at risk are if I were a 75 year old, obese, diabetic I probably wouldn't go on a cruise this year, while I'm worried about Cove in 19 but likewise, I'd be extraordinarily concerned about influenza if I were in that age and cold, morbid status. So I think that we know who the people are. So I'm not recommending that we keep instituting things like math testing or taking of temperatures or mask wearing our social distancing because I believe that they are unnecessary. I know I fall out of what you're hearing in the mainstream media every day. It's certainly not what the talking heads are saying. On the news every night, but I do not believe these things are necessary for a virus that has a very, very low legality and for whom we know the target demographic. I've noticed that there's a doctor on Fox that's starting to speak up visit Siegel or Samadi. One of the two is starting to to say something similar to what you've been saying from the very beginning. Yes, unfortunately, Mark Siegel, his toeing the company line and as the lockstep with all of the lock down social distance, saying mask wearing and the rest. David Ahmadi has Ah! In the light. He's been extraordinarily vocal on DH has gotten on sort of my bandwagon with regard to everything from the The The News about hydroxy Clark went to the unnecessary nature of mask wearing social distancing, closing schools and restaurants, Children's playgrounds and all the rest of it. Hey, has become very vocal, but he along with myself are are in a way where we're flying in rarefied air. You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call at 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to 1 800 to 22 k. ABC that rarified air, by the way is there I'm definitely willing to breathe. Because there's not much of it 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to 1 800 to 2 to K. A. B. C. Your call's coming up, but right now it's time to take a look at the roads. ABC. Dependable traffic Right now Sponsored by Mattress firm We've got a sig alert. This is a vehicle that's rolled over in the right lane and Hawthorne on the 105 eastbound after Crenshaw Boulevard, you're backed up to Prairie Avenue stopping go conditions in Corona on the 91 eastbound between Main Street and the 15 and we've gotta crash is being moved to the right shoulder in mid city on the 10 eastbound at La Brea Avenue..

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Possibly get. The story continues in a large scale retrospective analysis of 2541 patients hospitalized between March 10th and May 2nd 2020 across the system's six hospitals. The study found 13% of those treated with hydroxy Claure. Quinn alone died, You think? Okay, 13% of those treated with it. That is compared to 26.4% not treated with hydroxy chlorate, Quinn says, Save you from having to bust out the calculator function on your iPhone. That's a double percentage. Twice as many people died without Hydroxy chloral Quinn. Then with Hydroxy Clark. When people still died, people still die all the time for things that their treatments for they just don't work on them. To find the 13% who are treated with Roxy clerk when died, versus 26% Who didn't get it that That is statistically significant. Course people still died. Nothing is going to be a cure all None of the patients had documented serious heart abnormalities. What's going on? However, none of them had heart. O'Malley's, however, patients were monitored for heart condition. Heart condition routinely pointed to as a reason to avoid the drug as treatment for covert 19 Okay..

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Coronavirus: US withdraws emergency use of hydroxychloroquine

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: US withdraws emergency use of hydroxychloroquine

"The food and drug administration has ended its its emergency emergency use use authorization authorization for for hydroxy hydroxy Clark Clark with with the the drug drug president president trump trump touted touted in in the the fight fight against against corona corona virus virus ABC's ABC's mark mark rumble rumble are are joining joining us us on on the the komo komo news news line line what's going on with this mark yeah basically the FDA and other health agencies in the United States has said that since they first authorized an emergency use for primarily hydroxy chloroquine that's that's the main drug that we've heard about like quarter quarter Quinn as well said since they authorize that back in March in late March as more studies have come out as they've done more research basically they found that there isn't anything to stay statistically that there is a benefit to you using these drugs and that sensually the risks of these drugs which we know about these are decades old drugs that have been used for many other purposes they're not news so we know what the side effects are those side effects are really outweighing the benefit or any potential benefit and as time has gone on and they've done research they just haven't seen or been able to replicate some of these early reports that we heard back in March about the possible benefits of this these drugs and so while they issued this emergency authorization and time is gonna essentially say they can't justify continuing to allow this authorization and so they've rescinded it so they're saying ineffective and may also cause heart issues and now what is the White House saying about this after president trump talked about these drugs for quite awhile yeah president trump has been a a cheerleader of sorts for hydroxy Cork when and in fact claims to have used it himself for two weeks just a few weeks back when some staffers close to him and vice president Mike pence had tested positive he said very positive things to say about hydroxy chloroquine he says that he's spoken with medical professionals who have told him that it's a very good treatment and that they've seen very positive results it's had a great reputation and if it was somebody else other than me people say Gee isn't that smart however these agencies within his administration are essentially saying that that's not the case that there's nothing to support that that the risks that we know about outweigh the benefit of these drugs and basically the emergency doctor authorization had said that you need to take these drugs in the same dosing recommendations as you would for other things so the same dosage that you would take for malaria or lupus or other treatments that you use these drugs for and the FDA noted that the inability to go higher and higher dosage that could potentially bring on benefits would only lead to more risk so basically they were they hit a ceiling we can't take a higher dose of this and we're not seeing any benefit at levels that we know are safe therefore there's nothing essentially that we see as a benefit for the drug to be continued to be used and so especially the federal government will stop supplying this drug to state and local agencies for the treatment of cover nineteen only now lupus rheumatoid arthritis other think that these drugs are used for those will continue their unaffected but essentially that the FDA and and other health agency says this is this is not a valid treatment anymore ABC's mark rubble are thank you mark thank you

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Doctors kept close eye on Trump's use of malaria drug

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Doctors kept close eye on Trump's use of malaria drug

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the president's doctors watched his heart closely as he took a malaria drug unproven as treatment for cold at nineteen the White House medical team closely monitored president Donald trump's heart rhythms out of concern for potential side effects as trump took a two week course of a malaria drug to prevent the corona virus in the president's latest physical Dr Shawn Conley writes trump underwent at least one electrocardiogram during his treatment with hydroxy Cork went on Wednesday the New England journal of medicine published results of the first large high quality study testing hydroxy Clark one's effectiveness in people who were in close contact with someone with covert nineteen the study showed the drug was no better than placebo pills at preventing illness from the corona virus micron CEO Washington

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Doctors kept close eye on Trump's use of malaria drug

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Doctors kept close eye on Trump's use of malaria drug

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the president's doctors watched his heart closely as he took a malaria drug unproven as treatment for cold at nineteen the White House medical team closely monitored president Donald trump's heart rhythms out of concern for potential side effects as trump took a two week course of a malaria drug to prevent the corona virus in the president's latest physical Dr Shawn Conley writes trump underwent at least one electrocardiogram during his treatment with hydroxy Cork went on Wednesday the New England journal of medicine published results of the first large high quality study testing hydroxy Clark one's effectiveness in people who were in close contact with someone with covert nineteen the study showed the drug was no better than placebo pills at preventing illness from the corona virus micron CEO Washington

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Donald Trump 'would take hydroxychloroquine AGAIN' says White House press secretary

Todd Schnitt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Trump 'would take hydroxychloroquine AGAIN' says White House press secretary

"The White House press secretary says president trump would take hydroxy Clark win again if he suspects he's been exposed to the virus telling reporters there's a lot of hyperbole about the controversial use of the drug which is commonly used to treat malaria also noted it's been around for decades trump recently completed a two week regiment of

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WHO spokesperson sheds light on 'second peak' of coronavirus

Morning Edition

06:01 min | 1 year ago

WHO spokesperson sheds light on 'second peak' of coronavirus

"We approach one hundred thousand deaths from the coronavirus here in the US the world's top health officials are warning that coronavirus infections could go back up in the middle of this current outbreak they're worried about countries including the United States lifting restrictions too quickly this is separate from the so called second wave expected to happen in the fall here's Dr Michael Ryan the director of the world health organization's emergencies program speaking yesterday we cannot make assumptions that just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on them it's going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for a second way we may get a second peak in this way I'm joined now by Dr Margaret Harris a member of the WHO's coronavirus response team and a W. H. O. spokesperson thank you so much for being with us doctor hers thank you very much for having me Rachel can you just explain more what the concern is about a potential second peak in in infections during this current moment this current outbreak so we sing with different countries quite different patents and what needs to be understood is this coronavirus is not the flute so a lot of people have put what a cold the flu lens on their expectations they keep on thinking it's seasonal but if you look around the globe we've got countries in the middle of the summer and autumn having large large outbreaks so we're not seeing a seasonal Patton what we are seeing is indeed when people ease too quickly that they do then C. and a rise in infections so we certainly don't say you have to be a lockdown but we're saying he's carefully so what are you advising the U. S. and other countries to do to prevent a second peak so first we'll know your transmission and this is because the US is a huge country you've got many many different states communities cities experiencing very different transmissions so they all have their own outbreaks at different stages so they're full of course they need to pace it according to what's really going on so how do you know that you have to be testing you have to be tracking and you have to have a very clear on his own what's happening with the transmission in your community so as you can pick your moment has the W. H. O. Boenning conversation with the trump administration about the urgent need for more testing wearing conversation with administrations with health authorities with health experts around the world all the time these discussions go on continuously but I don't have to tell you about the tension between the United States the trump administration and the WHL president trump has threatened to pull U. S. funding for the WHL or just leave altogether I mean given those tensions are you concerned that the US is not heeding the advice of the guidance from the WHL the US is a fantastic partner and the US has got extraordinary depths of great scientific expertise that they sort of tensions obviously are concerned and we do not want to have the U. S. leave we know the world benefits enormously from the public health leadership and the role the US is always played and we hope that will continue I want to ask you about clinical trials for the drug hydroxy Clark one of this is a drug that president trump has touted publicly the W. H. O. announced this week that it's temporarily stopping clinical trials of that drug why so there was a large observational study that was published in the lancet last week when they looked at people who were taking a number of medications and they found that there was an increased incidence in negative outcomes including death but also how to reach me is so it's essentially nobody will be randomized while that safety data is being reviewed president trump says he's been taking Hydroxycut workman for some weeks as a preventative measure against covered nineteen is the W. H. O. advising physicians not to prescribe Hydroxycut Laura Quinn either preventively or to cover nineteen patient so we advise physicians to prescribe hydro Sickler queen full the things that it's used for normally in the normal population such as autoimmune disorders we are not looking at it as a preventive or prophylactic measure and finally I mean we saw new Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern celebrate the fact that that country currently has no one in the hospital being treated for covert nineteen they have turned the corner on this and then you look at the United States which is perhaps going to suffer a second peak in the current outbreak what is the state of affairs right now when you when you take a a broad look at the the global impact of this pandemic where are we now we are really seeing very very large outbreaks in many parts of the world so in fact last week every day we recorded the largest number of new cases that we had seen so one of the issues is when people see their particular outbreak coming down they think oh well that's done done and dusted but that is not the case certainly countries like New Zealand has shown what can be done with very clear communication very clean structure very clear decisions on what to do when and how and there's very very strong commitment by everyone in the community Dr Margaret Harris is a member of the WHO's coronavirus response team thank you for your time we appreciate it thank you

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WHO Stops Study Of Experimental Drug Hydroxychloroquine

Tim Conway Jr.

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

WHO Stops Study Of Experimental Drug Hydroxychloroquine

"And the World Health Organization is temporarily stopped a clinical trial of hydroxy Clark winter tree covered nineteen over safety concerns the organization says fear of the drug's potential danger is causing it to err on the side of caution the group's director general says evidence has shown harmful side effects of the drug including heart

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'A dose of his own medicine': Pelosi defends calling Trump obese

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

'A dose of his own medicine': Pelosi defends calling Trump obese

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi is sharply criticizing president trump's latest firings of inspectors general and making no apologies for her recent comments about the president and his use of hydroxy Clark quit WTOP's Mitchell Miller reports from Capitol Hill this is scandalous house speaker Pelosi says the firings of several inspectors general raise more questions about the administration's commitment to the truth she was asked about secretary of state Mike Pompeo and the firing of state department inspector general Steve linac view on palm pale but he should come up and testify Pompeii says he did recommend that limit be fired but not because of matters involving himself frankly should have done it sometime ago on another topic with reporters Pelosi didn't withdraw her comment about the president and concern that a morbidly obese person shouldn't be taking hydroxy core Quinn in an effort to avoid getting covert nineteen I gave him a dose of his own

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Open riverside county had requested that change Newsome says fifty three out of the state's fifty eight counties could open more in the coming weeks LA county was one example of a county that might need to be more cautious news brought to you by reborn cabinets here was resort in San Diego county is set to partially reopen Friday people can visit the casino bars and restaurants though safety protocols will be in place this is will be required to wear face masks and have their temperature taken before they can go into the building staffers will wear personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked before each shift Peter one imports wants approval from bankruptcy court to shut down permanently the company says it has not been able to find a buyer because of the pandemic basketball legend Magic Johnson has pledged one hundred million dollars to help businesses owned by women and minorities who did not get financial help from the feds during the call that nineteen pandemic I've caught a hundred CEOs that I'm in business with I've caught all these companies just to check on them make sure they're okay and then I'll come out of this total will be ready to go Johnson told Good Morning America it's important the company stay in business and keep their employees president trump says his doctors letting him take an anti malaria drug as a preventative measure against cove at nineteen all I can tell you is so far I seem to be okay I'm told the press at the White House yesterday he's been taking hydroxy Clark went for about two weeks I want the people of this nation to feel good I don't want them being sick and there's a very good chance that this has an impact the FDA has told doctors to use the drug only in clinical trials and only for patients at a hospital the FDA says the drug might cause serious heart problems for some patients Dr Jennifer Ashton with ABC news says the research on the malaria drug is still on going there are numerous clinical trials on high toxic for Quinn and prevention they're recruiting patients right now but according to the FDA hydroxy Clark when Clark went have not been shown to be safe and effective for treating or preventing cove in nineteen the president's position says after numerous discussions they decided the potential benefit from treatment outweighed the relative risks the FDA says taking hydroxy.

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Despite risks, Trump says he's taking hydroxychloroquine

First Light

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Despite risks, Trump says he's taking hydroxychloroquine

"Trump has been taking the anti malaria drug hydroxy Clark went for at least a week and says the reason why is because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good I'll tell you right I'm not going to get hurt by it it's been around for forty years for malaria for lupus for other things I take it what do doctors think Boston children's hospital epidemiologist Dr John Brownstein says it has not been approved by the FDA because there's no proof it works trials scientific research has also shown that this drug is not effective against Kobe nineteen and in fact their potential negative consequences like heart rhythm issues and even death so horses struggles been around for a long time it's used to treat malaria and Lucas but there's no reason to be prescribed energy here right now given the evidence that we have today

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hi malaria drug hydroxy Clark went for at least a week and says the reason why is because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good I'll tell you right not going to get hurt by it it's been around for forty years for malaria for lupus for other things I take it what do doctors think Boston children's hospital epidemiologist Dr John Brownstein says it has not been approved by the FDA because there's no proof it works trials scientific research of all shown this drug is not effective against Kobe nineteen and in fact their potential negative consequences like heart rhythm issues and even death so of course is strong as been around for a long time it's used to treat malaria and Lucas but there's no reason to be prescribed energy here right now given the evidence that we have today stocks rallied on Monday as investors learned that progress has been made in developing a covert vaccine doesn't mean one is imminent though ABC news chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton they're all stages that cannot be accelerated and in particular when you hear about safety and efficacy in the stages of clinical trials we have to remember that not all of the safety a fax and efficacy effects can be discerned in a short period of time that's why it typically takes twelve to eighteen months states are moving forward with reopening plans one by one the judge in Oregon struck down Oregon governor Kate brown's pandemic restrictions then Oregon Supreme Court overruled that higher education also preparing for the fall semester colleges and universities are announcing their plans some green with the university of South Carolina which plans to start school early with on campus classes until thanksgiving before transition to remote learning in case of a second wave of coronaviruses Andrea Fujii the death toll from covert nineteen in the U. S. are passing ninety thousand this week you're listening to ABC news and I heart.

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Trump says he takes hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus infection even though it’s an unproven treatment

Morning Edition

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Trump says he takes hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus infection even though it’s an unproven treatment

"The president says he is trying to protect himself against corona virus by taking an unproven drug right in now familiar name hydroxy chloride Quinn Hydroxycut Jenkins hydroxy drawer corner when right now yeah several weeks ago study objectives because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good I'll tell you right they are not going to get hurt but for two months the president has been promoting this drug which is approved to fight malaria he's even said what do you have to lose now researchers say there are side effects so essentially you might have something to lose NPR's Joe Palca is here to bring us up to date on the science either Joe morning Steve I guess we should remember this is an antimalarial drug it's been around for that purpose but with the side effects what does the research say about this drug and covert nineteen well the of the results so far have been mixed there were some very preliminary studies saying that it might have a benefit that got that got some people including the president very excited and they were suggesting yes we should give it to patients who are very sick but the bulk of the research studies the carefully done clinical studies don't show a clear benefit and do show some risks so it hasn't been widely accepted for that purpose there are still studies underway in laboratories the reason people are interested in this drug is in laboratory studies it has been shown to block the in the ability of the virus to infect cells and replicate itself so there is a theoretical reason to think it works and in terms of prevention studies at the moment there too going on but they're they're not the results are in from those yet so you can't say for sure whether it's effective at preventing infection or not I want to be as clear as I can about the side effects it's not that if you take this drug you're gonna automatically die I mean you you know you may be fine but studies show that there's an increased percentage of risk of well what exactly what are the what are the dangers well there are hard ill there are heart conditions and can be caused or exacerbated there some some negative relationship that the two diabetes but but people as you say people have taken this people take it now when they're going into malaria endemic regions and they want to prevent malaria but right now the data in terms of preventing infection with corona virus is more or less like my cousin's sister's friend's sister knew someone who knew someone who took hydroxy Clark when every day of our life and live to be a hundred so I'll do it is usually not considered scientific evidence and that is effectively what the president said I've heard good stories so I'm taking it he also says though he got a sign off from his physician Sean Conley what does the doctor say well the doctor said and this is the quote from the White House and after numerous discussions he and I had regarding the evidence for and against the use of hydroxy Clark when we concluded the potential benefit from treatment outweighed the relative risks now the question in my mind is that I mean that doesn't tell us what evidence he was weighing the risks are clear the benefits are uncertain it's a little hard to know how you weigh those so what we know is the president really like this and talk with his doctor a lot about it and eventually was able to get we think a prescription for it or do we not even know that exactly right I presume you know we the president says he's taking it the doctor says he talked about it with the president so that's what we know okay gio thanks for the update really

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Use of hydroxy Clark one quote we concluded the potential benefit from treatment outweighed the relative risk drug company magenta reports success with phase one of its vaccine trial the tests show the vaccine developed the antibodies needed to fight the virus phone goes well the company says the vaccine could be available by June twenty twenty one I'm only a Francis phase two of easing virus restrictions is beginning in Texas quite novel tells Morales will reopen in Texas at twenty five percent occupancy on Friday in addition to that a wide range of businesses ranging from drive in concerts to bowling alleys can open up to twenty five percent capacity governor Greg Abbott says Texas restaurants can expand up fifty percent occupancy child care services can reopen and at the end of the month little league sports in summer camps will be a go the governor says despite increased cases the percentage of positive tests has steadily declined for more than two weeks Clayton level Dallas channels man who played the too faced teenage scoundrel Eddie Haskell one TV's leave it to beaver has died Jon Lester from Glendale California Osman in nineteen fifty seven landed the role of Eddie the scheming teen on the classic family sitcom that ran until nineteen sixty three can Austin was seventy six I'm only at Francis it's totally normal to be constipated with belly pain straining imploding again and again No Way maybe it's occasional constipation maybe it's not you could have a chronic condition called irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or IBS C. winds S. or linaclotide is a prescription that treats I. B. S. C. in adults winds S. works differently than laxatives to help relieve belly pain and let you have more frequent and complete bell movements individual results may vary do not give to children less than six and it should not be given to children six to less than eighteen it may harm them do not take Lynn's.

Trump says he has taken unproven malaria drug to prevent symptoms should he get coronavirus

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says he has taken unproven malaria drug to prevent symptoms should he get coronavirus

"The president trump has been touting hydroxy chloroquine as a treatment for COPD nineteen despite a warning from the FDA that it may have some serious side effects now he says he's taking an announcement came out of the blue the president announced he has been taking the unproven drug hydroxy Clark went to protect himself from covert nineteen I happen to be taken contractually Jenkins hydroxy Tarquin point right now yeah several weeks ago started take it in because I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good I'll tell you right I'm not going to get hurt by it for some two months the president has been promoting hydroxy Clark when a drug used to treat malaria among other things as a treatment for

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Taking the antimalarial drug hydroxy Clark when in case he gets the virus he's acknowledged that his doctor did not prescribe it to him pleaded requested from the White House physician out think about that you're the White House physician and president trump have requested hi doctor Clark when would you honestly believe it will harm him if he takes it I don't need to cite Hippocratic oath to you Michael Jackson doctor was it's cute and convicted for prescribing dangerous drugs to him just because his patient wanted it hello this is doctor was under a great deal of treat me for that same thing so if this drug really will hurt president trump and president trump says White House doctor I wanted the doctors okay are you kidding me now it was considered to be the most highly rated treatment hi crush the carbon in an international poll of more than six thousand doctors vertically those in Italy where I understand that the curve is now trending down there's a piece on town hall courted by John Lott and a doctor named Timothy Craig Alan headline the U. S. is dramatically over counting coronavirus deaths no I quoted you that director of the Illinois department of public health who said last week quote the case definition is very simplistic it means at the time of death it was a covert positive diagnosis that means if you were in hospice and it already been given a few weeks to live and then you are also found to have cove it that would be counted as a cold the death it means technically even if you died of clear alternative because but you had covert at the same time is still listed as a co Vic death in the court again that is a direct quote from the director of the Illinois department public health medical examiners in Michigan use the same definition in the cold and Oakland counties where most of the deaths have occurred article said medical examiners classify any desk of coronavirus deaths even when when when the post mortem tested positive even people who died in suicides in automobile accidents meet that definition can these broad definition not because of rogue public health officials the rules directed to do this Dr Deborah Berke member she said quoting someone died covert nineteen we are counting that as a covert nineteen death end of quote New York is classifying some cases of coronavirus death even when post mortem tests have been negative because the classification of based on symptoms the CDC guidance acknowledges the uncertainty doctors face CDC says when Sharon of R. one corona virus cases are suspected their word they advise doctors that quote it is acceptable to report called it nineteen on the death certificate in a quote just as long as it's back to Washington post reports that CDC's antiquated accounting system is double counting coronavirus cases and fleeting mortality in case count buys much of twenty five percent Washington post not fox in in their financial incentives the carers act add a twenty percent premium for covert nineteen Medicare patients.

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on AP News

"Jersey with hydroxy Clark win which was being pushed by president trump right says there were serious questions about both its effectiveness and side effects he also alleges the trump administration rejected his warnings about the growing spread of covert nineteen in January Tim McGuire Washington some grocers are limiting meat sales in an effort to head off shortages like cosco the beef shortages also hitting Wendy's this is ABC news the U. S. government's estimating traffic deaths by more than one percent last year the government says traffic deaths fell about one point two percent in twenty nineteen and the national highway traffic safety administration says it's the third year in a row that fatalities have dropped pedestrian deaths were down two percent compared with twenty eighteen figures while motorcycle deaths dropped one percent while the number of people on bicycles killed in crashes was down three percent fatal crashes involving heavy trucks was up one percent these estimates are based on fatal crashes reported to the agency final figures for twenty nineteen won't be available until later this year I'm showing out there a Utah highway patrol trooper got a pint sized surprise when he pulled over a driver who was swerving so badly he assumed it was a medical emergency it was actually a five year old boy the boy said that he was driving to his sister's house in California the parents were called to drive him home hi Jackie Quinn APNews the Supreme Court says the eighty seven year old justice was admitted Tuesday to Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore Maryland with an infection caused by a Goldstone Ginsburg underwent nonsurgical treatment for what the court describes its acute cholecystitis benign inflammation of the gallbladder and will likely remain in the hospital for a day or two Ginsburg took part in the courts telephone arguments Monday and Tuesday and the court says she plans to do so again on Wednesday Ben Thomas Washington a federal judge has ruled the New York democratic presidential primary must take place as scheduled June twenty third New York Democratic Party chair Jay Jacobs called the primary unnecessary now that Joe Biden is unopposed and dangerous in the midst of the corona virus pandemic but lawyers for withdrawn presidential candidates Bernie Sanders in the inter Yang had argued it would be wrong to cancel the primary and US district judge Analisa Torres agreed ruling the move unconstitutional Torres said it would deprive voters of that chance to choose convention delegates who might shape the party platform the judge said there should be enough time before the June twenty third date to figure out how to carry out a primary safely I'm Ben Thomas thank you for listening.

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The phone stand we got Tom in Mitchell South Dakota Thomas says here you're in the livestock business I'm glad you called I've been eager to talk to somebody in your business how you doing well you know we're we're we're feeding cattle yet I'm I'm mostly at a cattle broker I I I brokered the sale of cattle between the guys that racism and not packing houses and we've got a lot of cattle getting big and our problem is that we're having trouble with the packing houses being able to run strong enough long enough to keep up with that with our show is why is that because they're in these packing houses of discovered people with the virus working there and they've had to shut down to some extent yes Sir expressly in the hogs you know they had to shut down in South Dakota that's right right I saw that and that the that that's the the pig slaughter houses right right that's right didn't get in the cattle packinghouses rush a lot of problems are once they find out or somebody finds out that there's somebody else in there maybe a coworker that had been people destruction going up and sold you know but there is another pet what wait wait wait wait wait you mean buyers stop showing up no Sir that people that cut up the cattle but the people that slaughter the cattle she's finally show up yes Sir yes Sir the reason that I called yet today is that in the in the midst of trying to to find ways and thinking of ways to help so try to get this protein utilized of talking with people in the industry with our animal industry board here in South Dakota and one thing I do want to do it would you want to say it thanks to governor known South Dakota hydroxy Clark when were on it but I'll keep going from there we're talking with the animal industry board and with others in our industry what's going on now rush is that were dumping milk our hearts are gonna be gaster euthanized and sounds like in some instances there looking at the fact that they might just open that packing houses just to euthanize the animal nothing else just to get are out of the way and one thing that was brought up to me is that once the the animals are gone you you understand it takes a certain amount of time to get an animal fat well yeah I know it was what what what what is the solution we've got to get back to work and start it creating that demand again for protein whether it's a free for milk well I know but if if you got employees are free to show up because they're going to get sick I mean how do you overcome that we we were working through that now that was weeks ago in some places and and so okay look in on the break I've got I've got some other questions for you and if you can hunt just two or three minutes we got that time yes all right all right thank you much Lee back here in a moment your news starts now.

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Top vaccine expert says he was fired for resisting Trump on hydroxychloroquine

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Top vaccine expert says he was fired for resisting Trump on hydroxychloroquine

"One of the nation's top of vaccine expert says he was demoted for questioning a drug pushed by president Prof Dr Rick Wright called for more stringent testing of hydroxy Clark one as a treatment for coronavirus and he believes that's why he was removed from overseeing research into a vaccine he says science has to lead the way on this not

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What to know about malaria drug and coronavirus treatment

News, Traffic and Weather

02:08 min | 1 year ago

What to know about malaria drug and coronavirus treatment

"As we zero in on precisely what we know about this deadly pandemic with me as always is a busy chief medical correspondent Dr Jen Ashton bringing us some much needed clarity on where we stand and Dr Jenn there's a lot of talk about the use of hydroxy chloride Quinn as a possible treatment what do we know about that right now this is arguably the the hottest topic is definitely on the weekend so let's break it down when you talk about this medication first of all what we know about hydroxy Clark win this is an old cheap and safe drug it's been used to prevent malaria it's also used for people with lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and there is a rare but possible cardiac side effects known as long QT syndrome which can be fatal but it is extremely extremely rare so that's under what we'd know category and then we're learning a lot more what are we learning about the trials that have been done on this drug well there have been very limited data published thus far but there have been some small trials published out of China and France that shows some small improvement in patients who are mild to moderately ill with coded nineteen who were given hydroxy clerk when they seem to show a shorter duration of symptoms and there may be the theory for its mechanism of action some antiviral and immune suppressive effects of this medication so there is a theory as to what how we think it works and talk about what we don't know about the use of this drug for covert nineteen well you've heard doctor felt she said before when you use a medication that's FDA approved to treat one thing and then you're using it for something else especially in sick patients what we don't know yet is if the dosing or timing of administration of this medication is different for patients who are sick with cold at nineteen and we also don't know if it has a role all in prevention so prophylactic Lee given to help reduce someone's risk of getting sick with covert nineteen all of that is yet to be determined so there's still a lot that we

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Million doses of hydroxy Clark when sulfate donated by a division of Novartis and one million doses of Clark when phosphate from Bayer pharmaceuticals these they say are for use in clinical trials or for patients hospitalized with covert nineteen the FDA has issued an emergency use authorization allowing drugs from this stockpile to be distributed to doctors who can use them on adult patients president trump who has been very vocally hopeful about the drugs usage highlighted the approvals Monday have a pharmaceuticals is also donating six million doses of hydroxy Clark when two US hospitals six million doses so the private sectors you say save it's been amazing what's happened really amazing but many doctors have already been using the drugs to treat patients with the virus specifically under the brand name plaquenil five three three so far Dr Eric Mizrahi practices in Los Angeles California a lot of friends and family in France and I've been following the debacle over there with the opposition to Dr rubble to Marseille concurrent with his five hundred patients this treatment was working and for me what I don't understand this when you don't have anything better to offer what's the harm you know everybody's hiding behind studies and this and that and I don't want to be a conspiracy theorists or anything like that they can drug companies are that this area is that they would you know all stand in the way of of something that could actually be solitary patients but it's hard to imagine any other reason could not treat with a drug that's been around for decades that we using and moderately low doses and that have shown to be so effective all right now the FDA approval is for doctors to use the drugs from the donated stockpile for hospitalized patients I'm not is excited about it being approved for hospital usage that is we should be should be collectively approved all the primary care physician should be able to prescribe these drugs being at the hospital patient by then it's already too late the drug works best when used early by the time you're in the hospital it's too late thanks so I it's it's another way of but took the lead in the third to study for showing that it does not work when you sneeze slammed the sample to the overly sick that won't benefit from the drug at the time they did the same thing in France they only allow the drug to use in the hospital and I think that's another way of showing that it does not work on patients that are beyond help but I'd rather spend pennies on black window early and and what's nice is the supplies being ramped up as we speak he should be available to all those who need it and so that's what I would like the to go despite the open on magical drugs but I don't need to swing for the fences this issue but we have now that we know for the NCAA isn't just approving drugs for used to fight the virus they've also approved more more private company virus tests including one from abit that claims to get a result in five minutes a far cry from the three to five day wait period we've been experiencing and this is needed as health experts say it is possible more than one hundred thousand people could die in the U. S. from the virus there's some obviously very scary numbers Dr Keith has already is the medical director for infection prevention at atrium health I think you know different predictions have to be taken into account when you're trying to figure out what happens over the next coming weeks I think most things that I've looked at do you show that we're going to hit our peak over towards the.

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"hydroxy clark" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on KTOK

"Of the ever successful Dr oz show Dr oz I heard used you you expressing the exact same hope as others about hydroxy Clark went now what sure I read the story when you read it I got the original paperwork to the published yes and then what what's the further I try to talk to the stock but he was really very communicative turns out thankfully his wife not him his wife watches the show in France and she says you call me back so I spoke with him before dawn on Sunday it was their morning and asking a basic question would you take this pill yourself based on what you know and he said absolutely I'll give it to my sidekick and I give it to my family I told my residence the same day and I began learning and I interviewed him in on the show today by the way I hope that you have America's G. him the man who did this to stop you can judge for yourself if you believe that but he is going to be on my cell later great thanks talk to us for your output Kennedy thanks a lot I'm teasing my well I'm glad I'm glad you have in a month so I think this is actually quite good he's he's very well respected in the space you the most about referenced in Texas is the specialist in the world and the French doors or windows are already adopting his protocol in some other hospital what he said was it wasn't my idea it's horrible guy says the Chinese were doing this I heard a famous Chinese equivalent of me at their country say we've had great success with using this drug hi crush the Cork which is again it's just that your old malaria drug if its decades old and it's got a safety purpose Goodridge the Chinese did it listen care please report and one other Honolulu on all the patients who came in with covert thinking the virus none of them had lupus all the people it looks okay man none of them had called at nineteen what was the difference the difference was the people of lupus we're getting a drug to core quit and your medical reasons why would be beneficial so they actually did a little trial they put twenty page again I'm trying to still find original date on these things but they they tried to use in patients they show that they can get pretty impressive improvement clinically in the people who got it it wasn't a real randomized trial which is the pilot just to sort of say Hey does this actually makes sense this doctors you're gonna love wrote Dr Aditi roles copied it to the one level past he said he added it as information which is you packed because the rate that would help anybody found out just for the audience doesn't know this but we should be clear within three days dramatic difference in how much virus was in people who had been ill all diagnosed with COPD nineteen within six days one hundred percent of the virus was gone in a instant people who are in that group would get both bills and only twelve percent of the control group in America we are the control group because we're not get treated with details had a reduction to nothing in the bars that's a portal to reach on first off you're not infectious if you don't have any virus in your nose anymore and the sector that some sort of having twenty days of interactivity it's only six days sales for the last and the second thing is the radical you have improvement in clinical results because you have less fires now we don't know that yet because he didn't want to say that because not collected all the data but he shared that he was impressed so far he was looking for the sharing that data with me and the rest of the world in ten days but I'm not thinking okay it's not the trial date we like to see and we have to get that done so I'm actually spear helping out with this product the funding the trial at my university Columbia University under city great centers like grieving clinic in other groups are moving ahead doing two thirds trials are randomized trials with hunt you know hundreds of patients to prove that this year really legitimate but in the meantime and this is a question for you what the doctors do they prescribe this or not the pace you just discussed and we all just felt it was well and apps as you described it as he said it if he felt that his life was saved by I see all the doctors were prescribing doctors to give it to their family members who believe played all this source of snowball it's but it's not a control process we decide what we gonna do and then the big one is the main question that I have another doctor that's gonna join us at the bottom of the hour Vladimir a dozen Lango and he's been prescribing it just as you would describe chloroquine with R. O. Z. pak or zithromax Vegas basically is what you call it or or whatever it's I'm not I'm not a doctor but he's had he said he has this information so he's had a hundred percent success rate he's gonna tell this story at the bottom of this hour we know showing me the date of this product if I had a brain yup if I could usually open for a second I mean you know like I was hitting the media work with last thirty years I also see patients every day and one of the things I do I teach young doctors and they graduate will I had gotten a number of reports from around the country from doctors who are trained talking about this I'm kind of getting it from people in a practice setting and I'm very cynical I don't want to be the first to prescribe something to last because I believe right in the middle but looking at this and looking at the situation we're in knowing the safety private profile like Mehmet said about hydroxy chloroquine turnaround since nineteen forty six does treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis when you look at it if you've got certain people who are high risk or certain people who are far down that path and yet don't have other options you know you look at things like become compassionate use you look at things like maybe we give this a shot I mean if you look at AZT back we know we all around we tried the first day it came out H. AZT title was developed and figured out that same way and I think we do have to take some chances I think the president says is right we got it we got to take chances put as well it says in a controlled environment what I don't want to see and I don't think any of us want to see is people just starting to take these medications because for instance if you take hydroxy court queen and you take a look for Meissen together you get a thing called prolonged QT interview with them in in in a role of certain people and that will cause heart issue so it's not it's not free of side effects but in the right environment with physicians looking at and know we may have this tool I think it's important now I'm starting to see intensive care pathways where they are talking about people in mechanical ventilation and they're saying consider a drug to core queen four hundred milligrams twice a day on day one and then two hundred milligrams twice a day for the next four days so it's it's it's at the point now where we know we need things and you know we're all going to war here and and if it helps it's certainly a trial that I think needs to be done so I I agree with Medicare you yeah let let me let me that sold this drug's been around since nineteen forty five anti malaria drug also used for lupus there are other variations of the struggle want to ask you both about we get back and the risk everything I've read is therapeutic doses if you if you put too much in a person's body or symptom that you do risk side effects like potential blindness but I don't believe those therapeutic doses that we use here reach those levels but well ask the experts Dr oz Dr Brian McDonough when we get back we'll talk to the patient down in Florida that was thought he was on his deathbed as doctors thought he was on those death bed and yep me saying.

Dr oz Clark
"hydroxy clark" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"hydroxy clark" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of the ever successful Dr oz show Dr oz I heard used you you expressing the exact same hope as others about hydroxy Clark went what stories I read the story when you read it I got the original paper what the published yes and then what what's the further I try to talk to the stock but he was really very communicative turns out thankfully his wife that he and his wife watches the show in France and she says you call me back so I spoke with him before dawn on Sunday is there morning and I asked a basic question which we take this pill yourself based on what you know and he said absolutely I'll give it to my sidekick and I give it to my family I told my residence the same day and I began learning and I interviewed him in on the show today by the way I look at that you have Americans G. him the man who did this to stop you can judge for yourself if you believe that but he is going to be on my cell later great thanks Dr oz for your output Kennedy thanks a lot I'm teas and I well I'm glad I'm glad you have among so I think this is actually quite good he's he's very well respected in the space you the most about referenced and Texas is the specialist in the world and the French doors or windows are already adopting his protocol in some other hospital what he said was it wasn't my idea it's horrible guy says the Chinese were doing this I heard a famous Chinese equivalent of me at their country say we've had great success with using this drug hi crush the Cork which is again it's just that your old malaria drug if its decades old and it's got a fifty Papa that's good in the recent Chinese did it misinterprets report and one of the hospitals on all the patients who came in with covert thanking the virus none of them had lupus all the people it looks okay man none of them had called at nineteen what was the difference the difference was the people of lupus we're getting I got to work with and this new radical reasons why would be beneficial so they actually did a little trial they put twenty page again I'm trying to still find original date on these things but they they tried to use in patients they show that they can get pretty didn't press of improvements clinic waiting if you forgot it wasn't a real randomized trial was a pilot just to sort of say Hey does this actually makes sense this doctors you're gonna love wrote Dr Aditi roles copied it to the one level passes that he added it as information which is you packed because the rate that would help anybody found out just for the audience doesn't know this but we should be clear within three days dramatic difference in how much virus was in people who had been ill all diagnosed with COPD nineteen within six days one hundred percent of the virus was gone in ins in the people who are in that group would get both bills and only twelve percent of the control group in America we are the control group because we're not get treated with details had a reduction to nothing in the bars that's a portal to reach off first off you're not infectious if you don't have any virus in your nose anymore and the sector that some sort of having twenty days of its activities on six days sales for the last and the second thing is theoretically you have improvement in clinical results because you have less buyers now we don't know that yet because he didn't want to say that because not collected all the data but he shared that he was impressed so far he was looking forward to sharing that data with me and the rest of the world in ten days but I'm not thinking okay it's not the trial data we like to see and we have to get that done so I'm actually spear helping out with this product the funding the trial at my university Columbia University other city great centers like grieving clinic in other groups are moving ahead doing two thirds trials are randomized trials with hunt you know hundreds of patients to prove that this year really legitimate but in the meantime and this is a question for you what the doctors do they prescribe this or not the patient we just discussed feel just a little too as well absolutely as you described it as he said it if he felt that his life was saved by I see all the doctors were prescribing doctors to give it to their family members who believe played all this source of small ball it's but it's not a control process we decide what are you gonna do and then the big one is the main question that I have another doctor that's gonna join us at the bottom of the hour of Latin America is it like and he's been prescribing it just as you would describe chloroquine with R. O. Z. pak or zithromax Vegas basically is what you call it or or whatever it's I'm not I'm not a doctor but he's had he said he has this information so he's had a hundred percent success rate he's gonna tell this story at the bottom of this hour we know show on Monday the date of this product if I had a brain yeah if I could usually open for a second I think you know like I was hitting the media work with last thirty years I also see patients every day and one of the things I do I teach young doctors and they graduate will I had gotten a number of reports from around the country from doctors who are trained talking about this I'm kind of getting it from people in a practice setting and I'm very cynical I don't want to be the first to prescribe something to last because I believe right in the middle but looking at this and looking at the situation we're in knowing the safety private profile like Mehmet said about hydroxy floor queen surround since nineteen forty six does treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis when you look at it if you've got certain people who are high risk or certain people who are far down that path and yet don't have other options you know you look at things like become compassionate use you look at things like maybe we give this a shot I mean if you look at AZT back we are we're all around HIV first came out H. AZT title was developed and figured out that same way and I think we do have to take some chances I think the president says is right we got it we got to take chances but that's when it says in a controlled environment what I don't want to see and I don't think any of us want to see if people are starting to take these medications because for instance if you take hydroxy court queen and you take a look for Meissen together you get a thing called prolonged QT interview with them in in in a role of certain people and that will cause heart issue so it's not it's not free of side effects blood in the right environment with physicians looking at and know we may have this tool I think it's important now I'm starting to see intensive care pathways where they are talking about people in mechanical ventilation and they're saying consider a drug to core queen four hundred milligrams twice a day on day one and then two hundred milligrams twice a day for the next four days so it's it's it's at the point now where we know we need things and you know we're all going to war here and and if it helps it's certainly a trial that I think needs to be done so I I agree with Medicare you yeah let let me let me just sold this drug's been around since nineteen forty five anti malaria drug also used for lupus there are other variations of the struggle want to ask you both about we get back and the risk everything I've read is therapeutic doses if you if you put too much in a person's body or symptom that you do risk side effects like potential blindness but I don't believe those therapeutic doses that we use here reach those levels but well ask the experts Dr oz Dr Brian McDonough when we get back we'll talk to the patient down in Florida that was thought he was on his deathbed as doctors thought he was on those death bed and yep me saying.

Dr oz Clark
Coronavirus: Worldwide deaths exceed 14,000

AP 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: Worldwide deaths exceed 14,000

"More than fourteen thousand people around the world have now died from the corona virus here in the US president trump says he's sending temporary medical facilities to the three states hit hardest by the outbreak for a large federal medical stations with one thousand beds for New York eight large federal medical stations with two thousand beds for California engine three large federal medical stations and for small federal medical stations with one thousand beds for the state of Washington but the governor of New York is furious the people there are still album mingling despite his order to keep their distance from each other to slow the spread of the virus after visiting city park and seeing people hanging out governor Andrew Cuomo gave local officials twenty four hours to come up with a plan to fix it I don't know but they don't understand the this is not quite as usual they're both applause here says he won't close parks but cops will enforce with understanding while also wants the federal government to do more I think the federal government should order factories to manufacture masks downs ventilators although says drug trials of hydroxy Clark wins start Tuesday there's a theory that because they're taking this anti malarial drugs in Africa it may actually be one of the reasons why the infection rate is low in Africa

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Cuomo chides New Yorkers for ignoring social distancing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo chides New Yorkers for ignoring social distancing

"After visiting city park and seeing people hanging out governor Andrew Cuomo gave local officials twenty four hours to come up with a plan to fix it I don't know but they don't understand the this is not quite as usual they're both applause here says he won't close parks but cops will enforce with understanding while also wants the federal government to do more I think the federal government should order factories to manufacture masks downs ventilators although says drug trials of hydroxy Clark when start Tuesday there's a theory that because they're taking this anti malarial drugs in Africa it may actually be one of the reasons why the infection rate is low in Africa Chile Walker New York

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President Donald Trump Gives Coronavirus Update

Scott Sloan

12:15 min | 1 year ago

President Donald Trump Gives Coronavirus Update

"Yeah we've written a letter just recently he's been there for a long time and was captured long ago Austin Tice's mother is probably watching and she's a great lady and we're doing the best we can so Syria please work with us and we would appreciate the leading them out if you think about what we've done we've gotten rid of the ISIS caliphate in Syria with dental after Syria we have to see if they're going to do this so it would be very much appreciated if they would let Austin Tice out the media at Lee as you know my administration is working every day to protect American people and the American economy from the virus yesterday I signed into law a critical support for American workers families and small businesses big thanks we're providing sick leave and family medical leave to those affected by the virus and more help is on the way as we speak our entire team headed by secretary Mnuchin is on the hill we're working with Democrats and Republicans and there's a lot of good will going on this was something that happened that is what is some people it's an act of god I don't view it as an act of god I would view it as is something that just surprised the whole world and if people would have known about it could to stop and stop in place it could have been stopped right word came from China if we would have known about it if they would have known about it but now the whole world almost is inflicted with this horrible with this horrible virus and that's too bad it's too bad because we never had an economy is good is the economy we had just a few weeks ago but we'll be back and I actually they will be back stronger than ever before because we learned a lot during this period of time I also just invoke the defense production act to help facilitate distribution of essential supplies if necessary we're working with Congress to provide major additional relief to the workers small businesses and the hardest hit industries we want to make sure that everybody is able to continue on so that when we recovered all of these companies and these great businesses both very very small and very very large is not going to be broken up and you have to put it back together that would take a long time because we really believe in I believe in the V. curve I believe it's going to go when this is when this is defeated this hidden scorch is defeated I think we're going to go up very rapidly our economy and get back to where it was and beyond today I want to share with you exciting progress that the FDA is making with the private sector as we slash red tape like nobody has ever done it before somebody was on yesterday one of the networks and said that there there's never been a president even close it's been able to do what I've done in slash and all of the red tape and everything to get very important things to the market medicals so we slash red tape to develop vaccines and therapies as fast as it can possibly be done long before anybody else was even thinking about doing this and as you know earlier this week we began the first leg of trial of a vaccine candidate for the virus and that was launched in record time it was just a few weeks and that would have taken years to do not so long ago as we race to develop a vaccine were also pursuing antiviral therapies and that's what really was going to be talking to you about today that's the purpose of being up here today and to me that's even more aboard the vaccine by its nature you have to have long test because you have to make sure what goes into somebody's body is not going to do destruction to bad things so you need long tests and they're doing great with the vaccines but there's still a long process but the therapies or something we can move on much faster potentially and the treatments that will be able to reduce the severity or duration of the symptoms make people better said she would look into it things to make people better or at the very early stages they wouldn't even know they had it and that's where I believe it's going to work even the best the FDA commissioner Stephen on is with us is fantastic and he is been working twenty four hours a day he's been this works like probably as hard or harder than anybody in this in the group other than maybe Mike pence or me and what the FDA is doing is incredible they've done things in times that were not even thinkable and I've directed the FDA to eliminate outdated rules and bureaucracy so this work can proceed rapidly quickly and that means fast and we have to remove every barrier there are a lot of barriers that were unnecessary and they've done that to get the rapid deployment of safe effective treatments and we think we have some good answers we'll find out very very soon clinical trials are already underway for many new therapies in were working on scaling these two allow many more Americans to access different drugs that have shown really good promise that term on it really good profits we will do so in a way that lets us continue to collect the data to know which medicines are safe and which medicines are working the best we have a couple that were we're in really good shape for and and that's for immediate delivery the media like as fast as we can get it the FDA has also approved compassionate use for a significant number of patients you know what that means we're also revealing drugs that are approved abroad or drugs approved here for other uses and you know one of the things that I'm most proud of that I got was right to try that's where somebody who's ill somebody who's very sick terminally ill usually in past administrations we signed this a year and a half ago you wouldn't be able to even think about getting any of the drugs that may be showing great promise now and they've been trying for many decades to get this approved it sounds simple but it's not because there's liability involved in lots of other things and I was able to get it approved working with Congress right to try this is beyond right to try what we're talking about today is B. Andre to try right to try has been by the way tremendous success people are living now that had no chance of living where we take a trip instead would do things that that would have to go through years of a process and if somebody was terminally ill and I would say why would they be able to try this did go to Asia they go to Europe they go all over the world to try and find something for some people and they had no money we go home today they go home to die they had no hope right to dry it's been an incredible success but this is beyond right to try if treatment is known to be safe in Europe Japan or other nations are effective against the virus will use that information to protect the health and safety of American people nothing will stand in our way as we pursue any Avenue to find what best works against this horrible virus now a drug called Laura Quinn and some people would add to it hydroxy hydroxy Clark with sure chloroform or hydroxy chloroquine that is a common malaria drug it's also a drug use for strong arthritis somebody has a pretty serious arthritis also uses this in a somewhat different form but it is known as a malaria drug and it's been around for a long time and is very powerful but the nice part is it's been around for a long time so we know that if it if if things don't go as planned it's not going to kill anybody when you go with a brand new drugs you don't know that that's going to happen you have to see and you have to go along test but this is been used in different forms very powerful drug in different forms added shown very encouraging very very encouraging early results and we're going to be able to make that drug available almost immediately and that's where the FDA has been so great they they've gone through the approval process it's been approved and they did it they took it down from many many months to immediate so we'll be able to make that drug available by prescription orders states I spoke with governor Cuomo about it a great length last night and that he he wants to be right on on the it was the first on line and so I think that's a tremendous there's tremendous promise based on the results and other tests of this tremendous promise and normally the FDA would take a long time to approve something like that and it's it was approved very very quickly and it's now approved by prescription individual states will handle it they can handle it doctors will handle it and I think it's going to be at I think it's going to be great there were quickly studying this drug in while we're continuing to study it but the setting is going to be also done in as it's given out to large groups of people perhaps in New York and other places will stay at their their a promising therapies produced by Gilly add and that's register via our realm decibel are and that's a drug used for other purposes that's been out and said very good results for other purposes but it seems to have a very good result having to do with this virus and that drug also has been the approved or very close to approved in that case by the FDA and I can't tell you how much we appreciate what the FDA these people are incredible patriots and the job that Stephen Honda's doing doctor Han was one of the most respected doctors in the country by the way where we took him I said you sure you want to do this yeah we didn't know that this was going to be in the playlist what happened here but he really has stepped up to the plate whether you are words you will have a check is him but I'm not supposed to do that get me bloody trouble of a hit but he's been fantastic and I think a doctor is going to speak right after

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