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It's good to shoot another bullet in the foot! Not even include a cartoon ... well done.


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Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:


Oh, did you take some manipulation lessons from our stainless and inaudible troll?


Ha we are already there. Difficult to have the slightest contradictory discussion. I remained very correct and without invective.
You climb quickly in the towers.
The worst part is that I have already said that the Gilead thing will not change the pandemic.

In addition this box is 2 to 4 times smaller than Roche, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi ...

It's tiring, as soon as a word is said wrong on HCQ, we hear:
"yes but Gilead ..."

Sorry, since Colin Powell at the UN; when I am shown the axis of evil by shaking a vial, I am above all wary of the one who denounces. :)

Gilead's thing is ultimately used very little for Covid


And this is what all these links refer to.

Thanks to his masterful lobbying Gilead has managed to make profitable his thing (which had already flopped for Ebola) to the greatest powers of the world.


Trump's decision is pure health protectionism and precautionary populism. But that's rubbish, no doubt about it. Let him choke on Remdesivir, I won't miss him.
This will not change anything in the end, because none of the antiviral treatments considered at first work.

For now we have SOC and prevention.
And as such, those who really have diamond balls are the analysis labs.

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View Adrien (ex-nico239) » 19/07/20, 15:37

Perseus wrote:
Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:


Oh, did you take some manipulation lessons from our stainless and inaudible troll?


Ha we are already there. Difficult to have the slightest contradictory discussion. I remained very correct and without invective.
You climb quickly in the towers.
The worst part is that I have already said that the Gilead thing will not change the pandemic.

In addition this box is 2 to 4 times smaller than Roche, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi ...

It's tiring, as soon as a word is said wrong on HCQ, we hear:
"yes but Gilead ..."

Sorry, since Colin Powell at the UN; when I am shown the axis of evil by shaking a vial, I am above all wary of the one who denounces. :)

Gilead's thing is ultimately used very little for Covid


And this is what all these links refer to.

Thanks to his masterful lobbying Gilead has managed to make profitable his thing (which had already flopped for Ebola) to the greatest powers of the world.


Trump's decision is pure health protectionism and precautionary populism. But that's rubbish, no doubt about it. Let him choke on Remdesivir, I won't miss him.
This will not change anything in the end, because none of the antiviral treatments considered at first work.

For now we have SOC and prevention.
And as such, those who really have diamond balls are the analysis labs.

Hello


To escape is certainly easier.

The reality of things is that thanks to an unparalleled global lobbying action (and it's laudatory contrary to what you want to believe because it suits you) Gilead has managed to sell its rem to the largest industrialized countries .

As for the SOC, it has never been recognized and applied in many countries which fared much better than those which obeyed the SOC.

A SOC which has had lead in the wing for a few days in France also since hydroxychloroquine (until proven otherwise) can again be prescribed by doctors.

Proof that its ban was only pure political calculation or other like unnecessary masks then mandatory.
Because if it were fatal as the medical consensus of the TV shows and certain studies declaimed at the beginning of the epidemic, it would not find itself again in more or less common use.

And if you didn't just comment on the surface of the events, this is what we would be talking about and the articles I posted previously.

It's a trivial manipulation tactic to divert attention and cover up posts containing really important information with a ton of unnecessary blah blah I know.

No worries, it doesn't work.
A little up doesn't hurt

Oxford, authors of British trial Recovery try to hide deaths from overdose
Oxford, authors of British trial Recovery try to hide deaths from overdose[/ Quote]

[quote = "Adrien (ex-nico239)"] The IHU publishes a response to David Spencer (Elsevier) regarding the article "Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin as a Treatment of COVID-19: Results of an Open-Label Non- Randomized Clinical Trial "

Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin as a Treatment of COVID-19: Results of an Open-Label Non-Randomized Clinical Trial: Response to David Spencer (Elsevier)

[quote = "Adrien (ex-nico239)"]The expanded hydroxychloroquine prescription?
The expanded hydroxychloroquine prescription?

[quote = "Adrien (ex-nico239)"]National Order of Pharmacists


Frequently Asked Questions - Community pharmacists
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Obamot wrote:This youtube channel for Izentrop?

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Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:

It's a trivial manipulation tactic to divert attention and cover up posts containing really important information with a ton of unnecessary blah blah I know.



Given our respective post quantities, the hospital doesn't give a damn about charity.


Adrien (ex-nico239) wrote:And if you didn't just comment on the surface of the events, this is what we would be talking about and the articles I posted previously.



No worries, it doesn't work.
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Oxford, authors of British trial Recovery try to hide deaths from overdose
Oxford, authors of British trial Recovery try to hide deaths from overdose



False article, the difference in mortality between HCQ and Control is visible at 48 hours and is zero, therefore no death by overdose.
Since you know how to go under the surface of events, I'll let you look in the preprint.
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Perseus wrote:False article, the difference in mortality between HCQ and Control is visible at 48 hours and is zero, therefore no death by overdose.
Since you know how to go under the surface of events, I'll let you look in the preprint.

After the Brazilian study loaded, the American study in the veterans hospital rigged, that of the Lancet entirely fabricated and 100% false, you dare to come again condescendingly and defend these dung of Recovery, sponsored by the Bill and Foundation. Melinda Gates as well as provided abundantly and free of charge by the labs? While the overdose is evident (2,4 g in the first 24 hours, 800 mg / day thereafter)? It is truly amazing.
Translated:
https://translate.google.com/translate? ... MC7309807/
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View perseus » 19/07/20, 17:34

Hello,

GuyGadebois wrote:
Perseus wrote:False article, the difference in mortality between HCQ and Control is visible at 48 hours and is zero, therefore no death by overdose.
Since you know how to go under the surface of events, I'll let you look in the preprint.

After the Brazilian study loaded, the American study in the veterans hospital rigged, that of the Lancet entirely fabricated and 100% false, you dare to come again condescendingly and defend these dung of Recovery, sponsored by the Bill and Foundation. Melinda Gates as well as provided abundantly and free of charge by the labs? While the overdose is evident (2,4 g in the first 24 hours, 800 mg / day thereafter)? It is truly amazing.
Translated:
https://translate.google.com/translate? ... MC7309807/


No worries, I've never stood up for Lancet shit and I sure hope the Surgisphere quacks will pay for their crap.
We're also talking about Peronne's retractions, that of the Korean article posted here, the first by Gautret and Al which makes all scientists laugh?

Are you talking about the Bill Gates Foundation? The one that finances the Mérieux Institute (with Gilead too), the Mérieux Institute which finances the IHU.
Institut Mérieux of which there is a certain Didier Raoult on the board?


Read that too: https://www.amazon.fr/LIHU-m%C3%A9dit%C3%A9rran%C3%A9e-infection-recherche-int%C3%A9gr%C3%A9es-ebook/dp/B07FR5W1ZN
You will see that the IHU is not that angry with the Gates Foundation.
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View GuyGadebois » 19/07/20, 17:45

You can always look for who financed a small part of the IHU and you can also look for who finances this service today, which receives bribes (to be compared with the Nantes or Bordeaux University Hospital), we will have a good laugh . Note, every time I read you, I laugh.
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Perseus wrote:
Are you talking about the Bill Gates Foundation? The one that finances the Mérieux Institute (with Gilead too), the Mérieux Institute which finances the IHU.
Institut Mérieux of which there is a certain Didier Raoult on the board?


Well yes, that just proves that at Gilead they are not idiots, financing creates economic dependence.

It can constitute a means of coercion (they can cut the contribution of funds).

Now to try to wet Professor Raoult with that is a shameful insinuation, until then nobody had dared.
But it is revealing of who we have to do !.
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