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RE: The Controversy Over Hydroxychloroquine and Some Surprising Facts

in #science2 years ago

Many of the points you make are valid and factual. Surgisphere is a bogus hack, and anyone that cites it's 'study' is a hack too.

However, Hydroxychloroquine hasn't been used as an antiviral before. Viruses aren't alive, like cells are. This is why biocides don't stop viruses, while killing living things.

Just thought I'd try to clear up confusion you seem to have regarding what viruses are, and why antibiotics aren't useful against them.

Thanks!

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I very much appreciate your response, @valued-customer. That is right - viruses depend on a host cell. Which can be quite confusing considering all the fear regarding spread. There have to be particles from a sneeze, cough. Anti-virals tend to disrupt replication rather than cure. I would be more interested in other alternative therapies like light or frequency but we live in a pharmaceutical world, soooooo

For most, this medication used in its proper protocol seems to not only help in the early stages of covid but also in other illnesses that seem to be linked to specific viruses - I find that incredibly hopeful.