In order to lawfully receive the FDA’s emergency use authorization (EUA) for new mRNA “vaccines” there had to be NO efficacious treatments available to the public. There were many forces that made sure that this hopeless reality came to fruition, even though there was copious evidence that there are many treatments for covid-19 that work. The government blackout on efficacious, antiviral treatments and Big Media’s war against natural immunity was a nefarious plot that leveraged coercion, human rights abuses, drug company propaganda, and ACADEMIC FRAUD. Over 100 medical professionals are now exposing the academic fraud behind the infamous study that blocked clinical trials for hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine.
This infamous study is now retracted from the Lancet, but in 2020, it served as a basis to shutdown clinical studies for HCQ around the world. Now medical professionals are speaking out in an open letter to MR Mehra, SS Desai, F Ruschitzka, and AN Patel, authors of “Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis.” Out of 337 retracted papers on covid-19, this debunked paper remains the most cited and is still cited by medical authorities to this day.
The original retrospective, observational study included 96,032 hospitalized COVID-19 patients from six continents and reported substantially increased mortality, cardiac arrhythmia's and excess death when doctors administered 4-aminoquinoline drugs, including hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine. However, the study did not adequately adjust for known and measured con-founders (disease severity, temporal effects, site effects, dose used).
The dissenting clinicians, medical researchers, statisticians, and ethicists called the paper out for having “no ethics review" and “unusually small reported variances in baseline variables, interventions, and outcomes.” The original study authors also made “no mention of the countries or hospitals that contributed to the data source and no acknowledgments to their contributions.”
To make HCQ appear dangerous, the paper referenced studies that used average daily doses of HCQ that were higher than the FDA recommended amounts. To make matters worse, the data taken from Australian patients didn’t even match the data that was obtained from the Australian government, skewing the results. Furthermore, a request to the authors for information on the contributing centers was denied.
Upon further review, the data compiled from Africa was inaccurate and misleading, too. It indicates that “nearly 25% of all COVID-19 cases and 40% of all deaths in the continent occurred in Surgisphere-associated hospitals which had sophisticated electronic patient data recording, and patient monitoring able to detect and record non-sustained [at least 6 secs] or sustained ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation”. The reviewers found that “both the numbers of cases and deaths, and the details provided, seem unlikely.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) trusted this study at the time it was publicized and temporarily suspended a landmark trial of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patients. The WHO also blocked the UK regulatory body (the MHRA) from recruiting individuals into their HCQ trials in the UK, causing many countries to halt recommendation of HCQ for the treatment of covid-19. Academic fraud and the push to unleash mRNA experiments onto the population via Operation Warp Speed cost an untold number of lives around the world.
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