Re: Some Good News from this morning about Hydroxychloroquine.


James Whitehill
 

Hi Tim,

That's a long, optimistic article you offer to the club, but I could not see the source of the article.  Did I miss it?  I did not miss all the &*#@! insertions in what you sent. Were these for deleted expletives?  Or a drunken typist typing into the night of ignorance and wishful thinking?

Jim, N0SSM

On Mon, Apr 27, 2020 at 7:06 AM Mike Morgan <cavecritter@...> wrote:
Ditto, John. Km0mvr
> On Apr 26, 2020, at 11:41 PM, Henry Taylor <hank008@...> wrote:
>
> Thank you John !!!
>
>> On 4/26/20 8:06 PM, Scott Vince wrote:
>> Yes please !
>>> On Apr 26, 2020, at 19:57, John W. Smith <kc0hsb@...> wrote:
>>>
>>> Could we please keep this list on its intended topic of amateur radio?
>>>
>>>
>>> John, KC0HSB
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>> On 4/26/2020 6:57 PM, Fred Dittrich wrote:
>>>> Tim
>>>>
>>>> In this e-mail you promote a particular COVID-19 treatment/treatments.
>>>> Since you seem to keep up on the subject, what is your advise with
>>>> regard to internal use of household disinfectants?
>>>>
>>>> Fred AE0FD
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> At 10:10 AM 3/30/2020, you wrote:
>>>>> CMRA and BCARES brothers and sisters:
>>>>>
>>>>> I just got this, this morning:
>>>>>
>>>>> On Sunday night, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an
>>>>> emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine,
>>>>> drugs often used to treat malaria and recently touted by President
>>>>> Donald Trump as a possible “game-changerâ€&#65533; in the fight
>>>>> against the China-originated novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.
>>>>> The United States Department of Health & Human Services (HHS)
>>>>> announced in a statement on Sunday that the FDA will allow the drugs
>>>>> to be “donated to the Strategic National Stockpile to be
>>>>> distributed and prescribed by doctors to hospitalized teen and adult
>>>>> patients with COVID-19, as appropriate, when a clinical trial is not
>>>>> available or feasible,â€&#65533; a Politico report said.
>>>>>
>>>>> The statement noted that “Sandoz donated 30 million doses of
>>>>> hydroxychloroquine to the stockpile and Bayer donated 1 million doses
>>>>> of chloroquine.â€&#65533;
>>>>>
>>>>> Trump made it clear weeks ago that his administration would work to
>>>>> fast-track promising drugs like hydroxychloroquine with the FDA, all
>>>>> in an effort to combat COVID-19.
>>>>>
>>>>> Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is on the same page as
>>>>> President Trump when it comes to the popular anti-malaria drugs,
>>>>> permitting trials of hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine, and
>>>>> azithromycin to commence in his state.
>>>>>
>>>>> “Let’s see how it works,â€&#65533; Trump said Sunday, with regard
>>>>> to the New York trials. “It may. It may not.â€&#65533;
>>>>>
>>>>> On the same day as the FDA authorization, Novartis Chief Executive
>>>>> Vas Narasimhan told a Swiss newspaper that hydroxychloroquine is our
>>>>> “Pre-clinical studies in animals as well as the first data from
>>>>> clinical studies show that hydroxychloroquine kills the
>>>>> coronavirus,â€&#65533;
>>>>>
>>>>> Narasimhan told Sonntags Zeitung. “We’re working with Swiss
>>>>> hospitals on possible treatment protocols for the clinical use of the
>>>>> drug, but it’s too early to say anything definitively.â€&#65533;
>>>>>
>>>>> The French government also cleared a larger pathway for the use of
>>>>> chloroquine this weekend, officially sanctioning the drug for certain
>>>>> patients infected with the novel virus, The Daily Wire noted biggest
>>>>> hope in combating COVID-19.
>>>>>
>>>>> “The French government has officially sanctioned prescriptions of
>>>>> chloroquine to treat certain coronavirus patients,â€&#65533; France
>>>>> 24 English reported Saturday.
>>>>> “This ensures continued treatment of patients who have been treated
>>>>> for several years for a chronic condition with this drug, but also
>>>>> allows a temporary authorization to allow certain patients with
>>>>> coronavirus to benefit from this therapeutic route,â€&#65533;
>>>>> France’s director general of health Jérôme Salomon said.
>>>>>
>>>>> The move from the French government comes on the heels of infectious
>>>>> disease specialist Didier Raoult announcing new clinical results,
>>>>> which can be accessed here, that show 78 out of 80 patients treated
>>>>> with chloroquine recovered within five days, a report from Trustnodes
>>>>> said.
>>>>> The five-day recovery time is “considerablyâ€&#65533; faster
>>>>> “than the usual 14 days and for some it can go up to 28 days if
>>>>> they recover at all,â€&#65533; Trustnodes added.
>>>>>
>>>>> *******************************************************************
>>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>>> From: "Tim & Susan Spurgeon" <tims173@...>
>>>>> To: "main" <main@CMRA.groups.io>, "main" <main@bcares.groups.io>
>>>>> Sent: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 8:45:33 AM
>>>>> Subject: Re: Some Good News
>>>>>
>>>>> CMRA and BCARES brothers and sisters:
>>>>>
>>>>> Medical Hope is coming -
>>>>>
>>>>> For the past couple of weeks, I have been watching efforts to find a
>>>>> medical solution to the Wuhan Virus.  First
>>>>> on Youtube, then on the news, then it popped up during the Vice
>>>>> President's daily update, three days ago.
>>>>>
>>>>> The French started a human trial, more than two weeks ago, and are
>>>>> reporting very positive results.  The study
>>>>> is entitled, "Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin (Z-pak) as a
>>>>> treatment of Covid-19: results of an open label
>>>>> non-randomized clinical trial."  The combination of both drugs
>>>>> produces 100 percent cure in five days compared
>>>>> to a control group that was still testing positive over the same time
>>>>> period.  But the fantastic news is that both
>>>>> drugs are already FDA approved, and President Trump is already having
>>>>> the FDA evaluate this for Wuhan
>>>>> Virus application.  This came up during his press conference, a
>>>>> couple of days ago.
>>>>>
>>>>> Ten thousand units of this drug have already been sent to New York
>>>>> city, and they begin using it today.  We should
>>>>> start hearing results in about one week.
>>>>>
>>>>> Hydroxychloroquine has already been used in New Orleans to benefit
>>>>> critical cases, and last night Laura
>>>>> Ingraham interviewed a doctor that has applied the above mentioned
>>>>> drugs to 350 patients.
>>>>>
>>>>> Hydroxychloroquine is an anti-malarial drug, developed after WW-II,
>>>>> and it and Azithromycin are cheap,
>>>>> off patent drugs, whose efficacy and side effects are well know
>>>>>
>>>>> So, "keep the faith."  Good news is coming soon, and we are going to
>>>>> beat this pandemic.
>>>>>
>>>>> 73
>>>>>
>>>>> Tim (W0TES)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>> --
>>> This message came to you from
>>> John Wesley Smith
>>> kc0hsb@...
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>>> https://johnwesleysmith.com/
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