Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?

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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by Christophe » 21/03/20, 18:02

The stocks have mostly disappeared ... it was you who posted the video yesterday : Twisted: : Twisted: : Twisted:

5 years to use a molecule put on the market (at least) in 2004 ... it's a moron this doctor ?? Hard-skinned misinformation ... it's really an intellectual scam there!

Read above, according to my beauf who works at the cnrs of strasbourg, France will also officially test Remdesvir ... but I don't know if the database is exhaustive ...
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by VetusLignum » 21/03/20, 18:23

Christophe wrote:The stocks have mostly disappeared ... it was you who posted the video yesterday : Twisted: : Twisted: : Twisted:

These are the stocks of the central pharmacy (which supplies the hospitals).
I imagine that the government is negotiating with the producers of drugs to order, and be ready in 2 weeks.
Christophe wrote:5 years to use a molecule put on the market (at least) in 2004 ... it's a moron this doctor ?? Hard-skinned misinformation ... it's really an intellectual scam there!

It is known that many drugs have been put on the market without anyone understanding how they work, and without being sure that they work.
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by Christophe » 21/03/20, 18:26

If so, the least thing would have been to warn the hospital staff!

Doing it quietly is the door open to all fantasies ... : Evil:
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by Christophe » 21/03/20, 18:28

VetusLignum wrote:It is known that many drugs have been put on the market without anyone understanding how they work, and without being sure that they work.


So for malaria we can use it without understanding but not for Covi19 ??

The world is filled with common sense !!! : Cheesy:
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by VetusLignum » 21/03/20, 18:29

Christophe wrote:
VetusLignum wrote:It is known that many drugs have been put on the market without anyone understanding how they work, and without being sure that they work.


So for malaria we can use it without understanding but not for Covi19 ??

The world is filled with common sense !!! : Cheesy:

You did not understand what I said.
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by Christophe » 21/03/20, 18:30

If I understood and it was not you that I was targeting but some TV doctors ...
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by GuyGadebois » 21/03/20, 19:07

VetusLignum wrote:It is known that many drugs have been put on the market without anyone understanding how they work, and without being sure that they work.

Correct, at least that is what a chemist working on psychoactive molecules (sedatives and other antidepressants) had declared on France-Inter a few years ago. "We fumble around, we don't know where we're going, we test and if it works, we re-test to see if it does not do too much damage, but we don't really know what we are doing."
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by gildas » 21/03/20, 19:53

Four French hospitals will begin treatment tests on patients with Covid-19. The Lille University Hospital is one of them, announces France 3 Hauts-de-France. "If all goes well, the first patients could receive a new treatment this weekend," said Professor Dominique Deplanque to our colleague.


Concretely, by lot, patients and voluntary patients (who already have signs of respiratory distress) will be administered an antiviral designed for Ebola: remdesivir. Antivirals produced to fight HIV-AIDS could also be tested quickly.
France 3 specifies that the methodology followed by the National Medicines Safety Agency, which supervises these tests, should allow treatment to be quickly eliminated if it is not conclusive and to validate others if they show good results. On the other hand, it is not immediately a question of testing the hydroxychloroquine which showed some results in Marseilles: "There is no proof, just a signal, on ONE effect: the carrying of the virus in the throat and nose… and not on the patient's clinical course, ”says Dominique Deplanque. But that could change next week.


https://www.msn.com/fr-fr/actualite/cor ... spartanntp
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by Christophe » 21/03/20, 21:56

Gildas wrote:On the other hand, it is not immediately a question of testing the hydroxychloroquine which showed some results in Marseilles: "There is no proof, just a signal, on ONE effect: the carrying of the virus in the throat and nose… and not on the patient's clinical course, ”says Dominique Deplanque. But that could change next week.


Ah ???

What does it mean to carry a virus?

So Dr. Raoult's work would be wrong? Heck, he's the one who advises the government! : Cheesy:
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Re: Is Germany (already) using Plaquenil (Chloroquine) against Covid-19?




by Christophe » 21/03/20, 22:15

It's funny the unreliability of the information around Coronavirus because:

https://www.lesechos.fr/idees-debats/sc ... ne-1187599

EXCLUSIVE - Coronavirus: launch of a large-scale clinical trial of chloroquine

The controversial treatment against Didier Raoult's coronavirus joins the European trial Discovery, the French part of which is conducted by Inserm. It will cover several hundred hospital patients. Probable response in six weeks.


But 6 weeks ... Damn it's long when you're at war!

So Deplanque, what is she going to say? Surely hide? : Mrgreen:

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