NIH Funded Chloroquine/Coronavirus Study in 2005, Positive Effect, Yet People Die in 2020 While a Vaccine Unicorn is Pushed Instead

All the way back in August 2005, the NIH funded a hydrochloroquine study titled “Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread“. This study looked at the effect of chloroquine on the infection and spread of coronavirus.

The conclusion states:

“Chloroquine is effective in preventing the spread of SARS CoV in cell culture. Favorable inhibition of virus spread was observed when the cells were either treated with chloroquine prior to or after SARS CoV infection. In addition, the indirect immunofluorescence assay described herein represents a simple and rapid method for screening SARS-CoV antiviral compounds.”

Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., NIAID Director, worked for the NIH since the 1980s. Yet, Fauci never did anything to promote this potential treatment, while French physician and microbiologist Didier Raoult, a top expert in infectious disease, did actual trials of chloroquine in February and found that they were effective, thus saving lives. Fauci has done nothing to promote the use of this life saving treatment, nor others like vitamin C, A, D and others.

Only on April 9th did the NIH announce they began a trial on chloroquine. Meanwhile, people have been dying while they could have been saved, as other doctors have saved lives acting on their own judgment by administering solo or combinations of: hydrochloroquine, zinc, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin D, iodine and hydrogen peroxide.


Originally published on Hive, 4/17/2020 8:24 PM

7 comments

  • Rebecca

    Billions of dollars thrown away towards a vaccine… This disgusts me to my core. I was thrilled today when I clicked on a YouTube video featuring Bill Gates to see 15,000 dislikes compared with 5,000 likes.

    Yes, it is extremely frustrating that the other alternatives are not being promoted enough…especially simple and affordable ones like vitamins. I just got some more Vitamin C today for my ‘medicine cabinet’. I also have antivirals like oil of oregano, reishi mushroom powder and olive leaf extract. I don’t know for sure if they work against COVID-19… However, I know testing is limited in my area. So at the very least I can begin taking everything I have straight away at the onset of symptoms if I get sick. If they work against what I’m infected with (COVID-10 or not) that would be wonderful, if not then there is no risk (I’ve taken all of these before sans negative effects).

    This delay in a hydrochloroquine trial is disturbing as well. Usually I am not interested in medications. However, based off of it’s history of results it shouldn’t have been suppressed.

    • Yeah, if you get sick, take lots of vitamin C, like 3-5 grams a day, and it should do wonders. Plus some D, A and zinc.

      • Rebecca

        Thanks for the dosage tip for vitamin c. I suspect that many of the people who believe vitamin c is not effective aren’t aware of how to benefit from higher dosages.

        The supplement I have states 60mg is “100%” of the “daily value” and there is no information about using much higher dosages for therapeutic purposes. 60mg and 3-5g are not even comparable quantities. So all of the people limiting themselves at 60-120mg (if they think double the “daily value” is a therapeutic dose) won’t see it’s true potential.

        • If I get sick, I’ll be doing that before going to a hospital. Vit c, d and zinc at the least. I don’t have vit a, but I’d go buy some lol.

    • Basically, bone broth is an old remedy for sick people (remember, chicken soup?). Feed the fever, starve the cold. Drink herbal teas with real herbs and spices (healing spices, like chai mixes), bone broths and water. Take the vitamins, eat easily digestible foods (ie. cooked and soft). Sit in the sun for a little bit each day. All helps your body heal. Generally, if you’re healthy, take care of yourself, your chances of getting sick are low to none. I speak from many years of experience. It took me 4 tries of popsicle licking chickenpox parties to get my kids infected. IMO, if you’re healthy, the chances of getting something contagious isn’t as likely as we’re told.

  • Fauci is a manager, not a practicing doctor. Managers do what their bosses want from them. He’s had 30+ years of management experience and very little medical experience.

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