CORONAVIRUS CURE? Malaria Drug Shows Surprising Promise In Treating WuFlu

Written by Wes Walker on March 19, 2020

Tucker Carlson had a guest on his show bringing some really great news.

A drug that we already know is safe for use in treating Malaria — one that is comparatively inexpensive — has shown amazing success in treating the ChiCom Cough. (Or Coronavirus, or COVID-19… whichever name you happen to know it by.)

According to a peer-reviewed study a group of 40 patients infected with the infamous virus has shown incredible results.

One hundred percent of those infected with the virus got better when given treatment with a simple anti-malarial drug.

A team of infectious disease experts at the University of Queensland in Brisbane say they have seen two existing medications manage to wipe out COVID-19 infections.

Chloroquine, an anti-malarial drug, and HIV-suppressing combination lopinavir/ritonavir have both reportedly shown promising results in human tests and made the virus ‘disappear’ in infected patients.

The drugs are being tested as researchers and doctors around the world scramble to try and find a vaccine, cure or treatment for the deadly virus.

Around 170,000 people across the globe have now been infected with the coronavirus and over 6,500 have died. — DailyMail\

This will be a literal game-changer insofar as it will go directly to the root of the panic.

The panic wasn’t due to the illness itself — but the powerlessness it made us feel despite all our vaunted science and tech.

We were stumped and vulnerable… with life and death potentially hanging in the balance.

But now — even if we DO get sick, at least we know what to do about it.

And it won’t carry a virtual death sentence for the weakest among us.

 

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