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Everything that has anything to do with President Donald Trump and his health is surreal.

We've met two Trump doctors now and, despite their very different appearances and backgrounds, both have given almost unbelievably upbeat assessments of his health.

They’re also both no longer his doctors.  The similarities end there.  But the stories do not. And now we have a slew of more unnamed 
ghost Doctors in addition to a specialist we think is into Voodoo Technology

That both doctors vouched for the health of a man who mainlines McDonald's and likes steak and meatloaf is incredible. He doesn't exercise because, according to one report, he thinks every human has a finite amount of energy in their lifetime and he doesn't want to use his up.

Dr. Harold Bornstein
Dr. Harold Bornstein said he lost his patient after letting slip to The New York Times that he'd prescribed Propecia. A "raid" -- his term -- of his office by Trump associates ensued. That term has since been disputed.

The first doctor of the Trump political era was Bornstein. Trump's physician for more than 30 years, with flowing hair and dark circular glasses, looks like something of a John Lennon throwback. He's the one who declared in a weird letter back in 2015 that, "If elected, Mr. T-RUMP  I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency."

That he should still be healthy has never made any sense and, if true, it’s not fair to the rest of the human population that has to watch its weight and burn calories.  That led to some serious questions about how thorough a doctor Bornstein was.  It was so strangely worded that CNN’s Drew Griffin asked him at the time if it was a joke.


Dr. Ronny Jackson lost Trump as his patient after a painful and embarrassing short stint as Trump's nominee to head the Veterans Affairs Department.

Jackson, the clean-cut Navy rear admiral who administered to T-RUMP as White House physician, was not quite as effusive, but he did repeatedly crow about Trump's good genes during a White House news conference early in 2018 and said Trump had excellent health despite high cholesterol.   That performance somehow got Jackson the nod to be VA secretary despite his lack of experience running a large organization.  You praise and lie for the President and he lies and takes care of you.

After whistleblowers raised multiple questions about Jackson’s management style and medical practices . He was known as “ The candy man” for handing out prescription sleep and wakefulness aids on overseas trips and there were reports of drunkenness on those trips. 

Jackson removed his nomination and was also removed as Trump's personal doctor. New allegations that he may have mishandled the medical information of second lady Karen Pence have since been reported by CNN

Back To Bornstein

All that Jackson controversy led NBC to check back in with Bornstein, who said his office had been, essentially, raided by Trump’s head of security Keith Schiller, a lawyer from the T-RUMP Organization and “  large man,” and that they had taken Trump's medical records, without signed paperwork, leaving him feeling,  "raped, frightened and sad."

A source with knowledge of the transfer of records said it was not a raid and that there was confusion at the time because Bornstein could not operate his copy machine.  What exasperated T-RUMP and led to Bornstein's dismissal was his admission to The New York Times that he'd prescribed Propecia to help Trump grow hair. 

"I couldn't believe anybody was making a big deal out of a drug to grow his hair that seemed to be so important. And it certainly was not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair. What's the matter with that?" Bornstein told NBC News.

Simple, T-RUMP thinks he Samson and his hair, that 1970’s look is cool and very important to him.

Jackson's medical report on Trump in January made clear he was still taking the drug, but the disclosure that time does not appear to have had any ill effect on Jackson's career. The ill effect would come later, from the VA nod.

T-Rumps Cognitive Doctor and Guide Dr. Marc Siegel 

Note:  One of my favorite reporters and honest interrogators is Brianna Keilar who deftly showed how she disemboweled the latest  T-rump acolyte… Dr. Marc Siegel and the phony conversation he had with the presidente demente Donald… 

It was such a phony made for TV reality show suck-up, coming off an obsequious interview with President Donald T-RUMP that saw the presidential imbecile telling Siegel,  “ He was his COVID-19 guide,”   the Fox News doctor on Thursday gushed over the President’s ability to recall five words.  

SIEGEL SAID :  “In a sense, that interview was a cognitive test. As you know, he is extremely sharp on every second,  “ Siegel said on Fox and Friends”  “And he did a test on TV where he basically, you know, went through how great his memory is.  

TRUTH:   We secured five copies of the test  and the funny part we saw none of those words below.  Something as usual and paired as these words was a setup, t’s all a big lie…those are not words commonly used on the test… and the bullsh*t Doctor knew it…

Those words are connective, another Fake Fart in a Spacesuit…He must have made them up… this is connective reasoning, not cognitive…if my Psyche professor saw this he would be going nuts…throwing books and screaming… words like unprofessional and incompetent… 


“(person) Group   =  Woman  =  and Man  = On Camera = On TV

Phony T-RUMP Photo - Ops… 
Why and who is this asshole kidding and what frickin Enterprise lets him keep his credentials.  This Dr. Blowhard  bullshits and sucks up more than the Kirby vacuum cleaners used in the WhiteHouse.  

Avoiding an investigation, Ronny resigned his commission and is going into politics in Texas. Good luck, you betrayed your commission and trust…   it was during his tenure T-RUMP took the cognitive test and brags about remembering five words. As far as we know Siegel had nothing  to do with it.   So we looked into this test classified as a quick dementia test easy and simple, but as T-RUMP see’s and calls it an entrance exam for Harvard Law…  Hopefully if he takes it again…we suggest and we will make it just as easy for Donald…they are connected all all about him


👺President Donald Trump's latest job qualification, according to President Trump, is not having dementia. In the interview with Chris Wallace the journalist told Trump that according to recent polling more Americans believe former Vice President Joe Biden is more mentally fit to serve as president than Trump is, Trump trotted out a brag he's shared several times over the past few months: that he aced a test. Namely, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test, a cognitive screening test for memory loss or early dementia.  We refer to it as the idiots guide to idiot identification.

The 30 questions assess multiple aspects of thinking that are impacted by dementia:
– Orientation: Knowing the day, date, and your present location
– Short-term memory: Ability to hear a word and repeat it back a short time later
– Focus and spatial awareness: Connect numbered dots in sequence, and draw 3-dimensional shapes
– Language: Ability to speak and understand whole sentences,
and remember the names of well-known animals or objects
– Concentration: Repeating simple sequences forward and backward
– Clock Drawing Test: Famous for evaluating dementia warning signs

The test was created in 2005 by McGill University researchers, working in Montreal with people who have significant memory problems. It is not as basic as the Mini-Cog, which consists of a single memory exercise and the clock drawing test.  Some say it’s a graduate exam from idiot to total moron.  It’s a bit more complex.  But smoking enough weed made the testers and the testees not give a sh*t…

The Real Art Of The Deal — Understanding Stupid…
Psychologists reveal the ‘three different types of stupidity  A new study has found that there are three main categories of foolish behavior called stupid  – T-RUMP exhibits all three… In this order


The test examples were shown to 154 undergraduates in a prestigious Hungarian Medical School.  Not exactly dummies like T-RUMP likes to interview, exactly!  These are lots of US students in Hungarian colleges for six years…Hungary welcomes international students with four universities that offer medical, pharmacology, and dentistry programs taught in English: Semmelweis University.  They were asked to evaluate the degrees of stupidity and rate the intensity of the stupidity in selected stories, and how much they believed 30 psychological factors, such as over-confidence, could be to blame.

The research showed that the students believed there were three main categories of stupid behavior, with incidents rated more stupid where the consequences were more serious, and where the perpetrator was in a greater position of responsibility.   ( Like the Presidency) 

CONFIDENT IGNORANCE  —  The first main category, confident ignorance, involved people who undertook risky acts for which they did not have the skills, such as burglars stealing GPS tracking devices thinking they were mobile phones. Or people talking about drugs they know nothing about.  This category received the highest rating of stupidity from the undergraduates.  Or thinking they knew more than Generals and Doctors, Scientists etc.

LACK OF CONTROL  —  Lack of control results from obsessive behavior, the study found, and was considered to be in the middle-range of stupidity. Trump has none whatsoever and is dangerous to friend and foe like.

ABSENTMINDEDNESS  —  While absentmindedness was found to be caused by a lack of practicality, with the undergraduates being most lenient to perpetrators in these situations.  T-RUMP can’t remember what he said yesterday.

SUMMARY: A summary of the research stated: “Studying why and when people call certain actions stupid should be the interest of psychological investigations not just because it is a frequent everyday behavior,  but also because it is a robust behavioral reflection of the rationalistic expectations to which people adjust their own behavior and expect others to.  
Example his beloved GOP base and Evangelicals who are as stupid and gullible as he is and consider  acceptable.

“These results bring us closer to understanding people’s conception of unintelligent behavior while emphasizing the broader psychological perspectives of studying the attribute of stupid in everyday life.”  Stupid is an everyday attribute in T-RUMPS life and his followers

The Cognizance Exam ( Trumps Fifth Grade Test)
The last five questions "get very hard" he told Wallace. So hard, in fact, that Trump had previously told Fox's Sean Hannity that doctors at the Walter Reed Medical Center, where he took the test, were "very surprised" and impressed, evidently telling him, "That's an unbelievable thing. Rarely does anybody do what you just did.” 

WARNING:  Once again T-Rump never discloses the names of these imaginary ghost doctors to verify the truth of his statements.   He is so full of crap, he caused a toilet paper shortage some say.   
How well his meager brain works, is not measurable as it is not honest.  But he took this test when the Admiral was the White House Director of Fake Medical Acolyte News…  The date of these tests,  Siegel had nothing to do with the testing… the whole thing was a setup…and a lie…

Acing the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test, which includes such tasks as identifying animals and drawing a clock, determines nothing other than that the taker is not suffering from mild cognitive dysfunction. (Wallace pointed out to T-RUMP that he, too, took the test and thought it was easy.)    

It’s not even entirely conclusive, it is designed as a rapid screening test.   It takes ten minutes and it is not meant to be hard — unless, that is, you have dementia. It is designed to quickly analyze whether the individual is safe to work with and understands simple things.

Demented Example 

And while no test, other than the real world experience of being President, can really prove that someone’s up to the job, there’s other well-known tests that would be far more illuminating about the President’s capacity.   The Lie detector test for one thing would be a good start but we are afraid it would blow every fusebox in the WhiteHouse and the Pentagon

Total Frickin Lie

“The doctors said very few people can do that, very few people get that,” T-RUMP elaborated. Two plus years of Psyche Education tells me different, it’s not a cognitive problem alone, he is in my estimation mentally ill, with complex anger, deep nine stage narcississtic and insecurity problems and the majority of those with training in psychiatry heartily agree he needs to be in a straight jacket, not those ill-fitting suits he wears, he is very dangerous.

After snarking that T-RUMP treated the passing of a basic cognitive assessment as if “ he just discovered electricity,” Keilar noted on Thursday afternoon that T-RUMP also heaped praise on Siegel during their friendly Fox News chat.

We Brought In Our Own Expert

We interviewed Mr. DANIEL MOGUMBO, a prominent Lowland Gorilla and a very successful writer.  We asked him to take the test, to see if it posed any difficulties as he is the Director of Primal Education at The Intellectual Primate Academy and he said it was still a piece of cake.   

Mr. Mogumbo: “ We at the IPA take pride in our intellectual abilities and frankly were not impressed with it’s difficulties”.  “ We gave the test to some of our Lemurs, Spider Monkeys and Chimpanzees and they passed with flying colors each scoring five bananas”.  One Chimp commented how easy it was and it would make a human  out of anybody…who failed…

Further he said, “ We think the test being so easy it would be great for those humans wishing to improve their image.  But it only tells you there is a good chance you can score and still be a complete total idiot.”  Last time I took the test with Mr. T-RUMP alongside he cheated and he gave me this cheap hat, what a mistake that was…I’m embarrassed I voted for that moron…

👑 T-RUMP:  “I watch you all the time and I watch you almost like my guide to this because, frankly, you have a good take on it, you know how important it is,” T-RUMP told Siegel in a clip Keilar played for CNN viewers.  This is hysterical, it comes across as a moron to moron connection…

KEILAR:  “So since Dr. Marc Siegel is the president’s guide in this historic pandemic,” Keilar added,  “ It is worth looking at what the good doctor has advised millions over the past few months on”.   

  • She played video of Siegel claiming at the time that the “worst-case scenario” for COVID-19 was the seasonal flu, contrasting the Fox doctor’s comments with top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci explaining a week later that the virus was at least ten times as deadly as the flu.
  • Keilar also showed segments where Siegel parroted the president’s criticism of the World Health Organization and played down the potential of a second wave adding that the US has plenty of testing for when teachers and students go back to school.  (One frickin idiot to another) 
  • Dr. Siegel, you are a frickin fraud, another paid off fake professional selling books of bullsh*t that swarm to T-RUMP for the exposure to his club or morons.  I wouldn’t let you check the blood pressure of my gerbil as a physician, what happened to the oath you took, scumbag lowlife selling your ass for glory


The PresidentS:  Endorsement Of  “ Dr. Stella Immanuel

Dr. Stella Immanuel blasted Facebook and Twitter after it removed her controversial video touting hydroxychloroquine as a “cure” for COVID-19.  And the also removed Donny T-RUMP another scum-bagger fraud, Donald’s son.

👺  T-RUMP retweeted a video in which a controversial doctor says masks don’t help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and that FDA warnings against hydroxychloroquine — a drug promoted by President Donald T-RUMP — and are based on fake science.  

👺  The doctor, Stella Immanuel, has previously made bizarre claims about space aliens, sex with demons, and the danger of Magic 8 Ball toys. Sex with demons, that should appeal to T-RUMP…

👺  Her videos and statements were removed from many sources as dangerous.

👺  Our President T-RUMP doubled down in his commitment to spreading Dr. Immanuel’s message, telling a press conference Tuesday that, “  She was on air, along with many other doctors  ( ? )  They were big fans of hydroxychloroquine, and I thought she was very impressive.” 

👺  He seemed most impressed by her claim that the same medicines the President himself touted — an antimalarial drug and an antibiotic — worked.  And killed thousands faster.

👺  For the record, Twitter took down all posts related to her claims, citing them as an examples of dangerous misinformation, they also took Donald Jr’s Twitts too and banned him for twelve hours for lies and dangerous content… 

👺 Donny T-RUMP, the little pr*ck in the T-RUMP family declared the video of Stella Immanuel a “must watch,” while Donald T-RUMP himself retweeted the video. We simply declared Donny another frickin T-RUMP asshole for even repeating any of his fathers crap. ( Runs in the family)

👺  Before T-RUMP and his supporters embrace Immanuel’s medical expertise, though, they should consider other medical claims Immanuel has made, Including those about alien DNA and the physical effects of having sex with witches and demons in your dreams.  ( You gotta be frickin kidding me…)

👺  Of course with T-RUMP if Porn stars are Ok and Russian showers acceptable, aliens and witches must be fun too.

👺  She alleges alien DNA is currently used in medical treatments. Oh-Oh Klingons and Romulans again

👺    Scientists are cooking up a vaccine to prevent people from being religious. 

👺  And, despite appearing in Washington, DC to lobby Congress on Monday, she has said that the government is run in part not by humans but by “reptilians” and other aliens.

👺  Toward the end of Immanuel’s speech in DC, the event’s organizer and other participants can be seen trying to get her away from the microphone. But footage of the speech captured by Breitbart was a hit online, becoming a top video on Facebook and amassing roughly 13 million views—significantly more than another COVID-19 disinformation video that became a viral hit online in May, when it amassed roughly 8 million Facebook views. Facebook had not removed these videos and then did when they saw what it was disinformation. Typical facebook, they take it down after the damage is done.  Playing the game… I hope they get Zuckerberg’s ass…and pump it full of HDCQ…

👺  “Hydroxychloroquine” trended on Twitter, as Immanuel’s video was embraced by the T-RUMPS  conservative student group Turning Point USA, and pro-T-RUMP personalities like Diamond and silk.  Reminds me of Himmler and Goebbels, praising Hitler

👺  But both Facebook and Twitter eventually deleted videos of Immanuel’s speech from their sites, citing rules against COVID-19 disinformation. The deletions set off yet another round of complaints by conservatives of bias at the social-media platforms.  Immanuel responded in her own way, declaring that Jesus Christ would destroy Facebook’s servers if her videos weren’t restored to the platform.  Threats, go for it and send the wagon with the guys in white coats.

👺  In her speech, Immanuel alleges that she has successfully treated hundreds of patients with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial treatment T-RUMP has promoted and says he has taken himself.  Real Medical Studies say different that the drug has no benefit in treating COVID-19, and the Food and Drug Administration in June stopped cold its emergency authorization to use it to treat the deadly virus, saying it hadn’t demonstrated any effect on patients’ mortality prospects.  

👺  “Nobody needs to get sick,” Immanuel said. “This virus has a cure.”  Sorry I’m not into swinging with aliens, weird drugs or voodoo.

Immanuel gave her viral speech on the steps of the Supreme Court at the “White Coat Summit,” a gathering of a handful of doctors who call themselves America’s Frontline Doctors and dispute the medical consensus on the novel COVID-19.   The event was organized by the right-wing group Tea Party Patriots, which is backed by wealthy Republican donors who would support Hitler if they could bring him back. Again no names of the donors, typical answer. Frankly the photo op looked like a bunch of homeless schmucks in white coats.

Credentials - What We Did Find And Could Not Verify

Dr. Stella Immanuel has been exposed as a fraud after claiming that the discredited hydroxychloroquine drug is a tested cure for COVID-19.  Immanuel and a group of T-RUMP friendly Frontline Doctors went to Washington DC Where Immanuel gave an impassioned speech testifying that the drug is efficacious.  She claimed she had treated 350 patients in her notes…  no proof though…and no verification

  • The Houston Physician’s Hospital claimed does not show as a resident Physician, maybe she has privileges or affiliation. I called them, I guess I have an affiliation now…
  • She claims being provider established in Katy, Texas and her medical specialization is 1) Family medicine
  • Then she list 2) Pediatrics at another location and finally she lists 3) Emergency medics   
  • The NPI number of Stella Immanuel is and was assigned on February 2007 and primary taxonomy code is S3994TX.
  • Calling the studies and pharmacists that have doubted the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine fake studies, the doctor called out experts like Dr Sanjay Gupta and other surgeons for dismissing the effectiveness of COVID.  Bullsh*t!
  • Her bio, she claims a lot  if you call it that says 
    • Dr.  Stella Immanuel  is a 2) Pediatric Medicine Specialist in Leesville, LA.  She is affiliated with Lasalle General Hospital, a small facility and nursing Home but She is not on their residency staff page, must be just another affiliation thingy.
    • She practices in Katy, Texas and has the professional credentials of MD.  Her current practice location address is Roesner Ln, , Katy, Texas.  
    • Dr. Stella G Immanuel also has a medical practice at 1175 Pine St, Arcadia, LA. Dr. Stella G Immanuel specializes in 
      Emergency Medicine. We’re not wasting anymore time searching her…
    • Hardener Medical Center (LA)   Dr. Stella Immanuel is not on staff claiming Houston area pediatrician.  She is affiliated, sometimes means privileges to use but not on staff directories, and carry their own insurance with a few hospitals, 
  • She further likened doctors that ignore the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine “good Nazis”, she blamed the physicians for being responsible for the deaths of their patients that have died of COVID.
  • Dr Stella said that she has treated three hundred and fifty patients with hydroxychloroquine and none of them have died or had any side effects, including her diabetic and asthmatic patients.  NOT VERIFIED

Her  LICENSE and Her Ministry
She was born in Cameroon and re-born into ministry (?) with demons and aliens, she obtained her medical degree in Nigeria in the 1980s. And had to pass American Boards. At that Time… She is the founder of Fire Power Ministries, on her Facebook page, really weird gospel nuthouse of bullsh*t.  She has posted videos in which she alleges that demons cause illness…About as radical a right wing fire breathing Jesus Evangelical nutcase as we have encountered and really off the wall…Her books are not on the best seller list… Extreme weird titles to print here, nor would I… they are off the wall…

Her video has gathered over 14 million views across several platforms and was also retweeted by President Donald Trump.  T-RUMP has always been a staunch supporter for off the wall sh*t and this is an extension of said sh*t . Using hydroxychloroquine was his find which came from a doctor who later disclosed it was a mix of drugs  nd it was false news but he runs with it… and uses these idiots as proof for the demented followers he has 92,000 are dead based on his advice in Brazil and now Bolivia, to treat COVID-19 patients and has once maintained that he takes the drug for prevention.  I think he should add Pool cleaner and Roundup, that tri compound should make his hair grow longer with help from some worms, his logic will certainly prevent COVID-19.

Americas Frontline Doctors  ( More Research)
HUNTSVILLE  Al  —  An Alabama doctor is facing a backlash from the medical community for remarks he made this week in Washington, D.C. supporting the drug hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19. 

Dr. David Calderwood, of Huntsville, spoke as part of a group of doctors who are calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors.”  The family physician of over 39 years told sister station WHNT, “If you do it right, it works amazingly well.”  In that case if you shoved a lit candle lit up your butt, you could cauterize your hemorrhoids.  

His thinking is like T-RUMP who said  “ If you don’t test you don’t get more virus cases” pardon me this is so F*cking brilliant… If you do it right , it works , what happen you schmuck if we do it wrong?  If you don’t sh*t your eyes will turn brown…M ore smarts from this crew of imbeciles and frauds…

Numerous health studies, as well as federal and state health officials, have concluded that hydroxychloroquine is not an effective treatment for COVID-19 and that it potentially carries with it serious health risks if mis-prescribed. Thats six real testings, four countries and it has helped kill thousands in South America.  

Calderwood’s controversial comments, along with those of the other doctors, went viral after President Trump retweeted them Monday. That video was later deleted by Twitter and by other social media platforms for containing misinformation.

In a second video posted by the group, Calderwood urges Americans to tweet President Trump and demand hydroxychloroquine. Calderwood added, “Get it and you can save your life and many others.”  We should demand we hang that schmuck for fake information.  Pill his license…

Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, director of the University of Alabama at Huntsville’s Division of Infectious Diseases, called Calderwood and his colleagues’ remarks in the video, “irresponsible and, frankly, really despicable. Marrazzo added, “We have excellent, high-level evidence from clinical trials showing that it doesn’t work and that it has some bad side effects.”

Calderwood told WHNT he believes those studies are fraudulent and part of a “multinational collusion” conspiracy. “They’re basing it on science that has been done fraudulently, incorrectly, too late.” Calderwood said. The doctor said he believes government, tech, and pharmaceutical companies are colluding to make money off an alternative and approved treatment for COVID-19 called remdesivir. 

“These are people who are posing as physicians, who to me are violating the Hippocratic Oath, which is first, do no harm,” responded Dr. Marrazzo. “By getting up there, and distributing information, with the badge of their white coats, and their degrees behind them, to me it’s one of the few things that really upsets me. It’s really unacceptable.”

Another doctor who appears on the since-removed viral video, Dr. Stella Immanuel of Houston, who also leads a church in Texas, claimed to have treated patients successfully with hydroxychloroquine. On the video Immanuel states, “Nobody needs to get sick – this virus has a cure. It’s called hydroxychloroquine zinc, and zithromax. I know people want to talk about masks. Hello, you don’t need masks.”

Immanuel has a history of making bizarre statements, CNN reports, including claims that doctors are using DNA from aliens to make medicine or that “tormenting spirits” can be the cause of gynecological problems.

Calderwood told WHNT,    “I can vouch for her medical credibility. I don’t know anything else about her.” 

Dr. Anthony Fauci, who remains a steadfast advocate of wearing masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America on Tuesday. “Overwhelming, prevailing, clinical trials that have looked at the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine have indicated that it is not effective,” Fauci said.

Meanwhile, Dr. Calderwood told WHNT he is still trying to prescribe hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19, and, as of now, all of his prescriptions have been denied.

A spokesperson for Huntsville Hospital, with which Dr. Calderwood is affiliated, released the following statement Wednesday. “The Huntsville Hospital will not comment on the physician’s opinions or comments on tape.” 


Most Conspiracy Claims About HDXCQ Have Failed / Incomplete Studies

👺  (CNN)  Researchers on Wednesday published scathing critiques of a study President T-RUMP repeatedly touted on Twitter. That study, published earlier this month in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases, claimed to show that hydroxychloroquine saved lives. President T-RUMP tweeted about it enthusiastically.  He was also proving shoving lightbulbs internally and drinking bleach.

"The highly respected Henry Ford Health System just reported, based on a large sampling, that HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE cut the death rate in certain sick patients very significantly. The Dems disparaged it for political reasons because it was Trump ( Me) the President tweeted on July 6.  

But the study had multiple serious errors, flaws and biases, according to letters to the journal’s editors. Just like everything else T-RUMP lies about.

Study finds hydroxychloroquine may have boosted survival, but other researchers have doubts  "As a result of the flaws in the analysis the conclusions reached in the study are invalid," Graham Atkinson, an independent consultant in health care policy, wrote in one of the letters. The study was conducted at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. It contradicts many other studies, which have found the drug does not help Covid-19 patients. 

"We've acknowledged the varying conclusions multiple studies have reached, along with the limitations of our retrospective [hydroxychloroquine] study as well as those of other published studies on the topic," according to a statement on Wednesday from Tammy Battaglia, a spokeswoman for Henry Ford. 

Henry Ford doctors chose to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to some patients, but not to others -- and that may have introduced some bias into the study, the letters suggested. 

In a letter to the editor titled "Clarifying the record on hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of patients hospitalized with COVID-19," researchers at the University at Albany said the group that received hydroxychloroquine might have fared better because they were healthier to begin with and received more aggressive treatment. 

Yet another study shows hydroxychloroquine doesn't work against Covid-19 

For example, the patients in the Henry Ford study who were given hydroxychloroquine had fewer risk factors for heart disease, the Albany researchers, Eli Rosenberg, David Holtgrave and Tomoko Udo, wrote in their letter. 
Also, the hydroxychloroquine patients were more than twice as likely to be given steroids, a treatment known to be effective against Covid-19. 

The Detroit study was not a randomized clinical trial, which is considered the gold standard in medicine and helps avoid these potential biases. In such trials, patients are randomly assigned to take a drug or not take it, which means the two groups should be very similar. 

This week, a randomized clinical trial in Brazil showed hydroxychloroquine doesn't work to treat patients in the hospital with Covid-19, and a randomized trial last month in the US showed it doesn't help prevent infection when people are exposed to the virus. 

Hydroxychloroquine also doesn't help Covid-19 patients who aren't hospitalized, new study finds

Three trials -- one in the US, one in the UK, and an international study by the World Health Organization -- were halted early because they showed the drug didn't work. 

In their study, Henry Ford doctors emphasized that hydroxychloroquine worked for their patients because it was prescribed very early in their hospitalization. They said doctors in the University at Albany study prescribed the drug too late. 

But in their letter to the editor, the Albany researchers said the doctors in their study prescribed hydroxychloroquine at about the same point during the course of hospitalization as the patients in Detroit. 

The Albany researchers said the Henry Ford doctors "make multiple statements that are not factually aligned with our published research." 

In a third letter written in response to the Henry Ford study, Amit Malviya of the Department of Cardiology at North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences wrote, "Before this drug is routinely recommended ... there is absolutely no substitute for properly conducted randomised trials, for such drug interventions which have a public health importance."

This week, the International Journal of Infectious Diseases also published a small Italian study showing hydroxychloroquine worked. The study was not a randomized clinical control trial and has no medical basis whatsoever

As the President’s aides no doubt recall, to their exasperation, the President’s recommendations:

  • The anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine
  • Sunlight, lots of sunlight
  • Household cleaners like bleach and peroxide
  • Lightbulbs in you butt and so forth contributed significantly to criticism of his early handling of the pandemic. 
  • Bottom line: He must be on crack or methaphetamine and those in red states who adore him showed him data proving that members of his base -- his loyalists in Republican red states -- are now also being hit hard by the coronavirus. They are suffering and dying, it’s not a pleasant death more like croaking, thats not good, butt the buttheads thinking they were warned, ignored, stupid and will pay the price

ATCH 05-07-2020 aljacobsladder.com