On Monday, President Trump announced he was taking the drug for "a week and a half" after two staffers tested positive. "You can still get coronavirus", Kim told the outlet. I can't believe anybody with a brain would take that stuff, but you seem like an intelligent guy.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has cautioned against taking hydroxychloroquine unless one is in the hospital or part of a clinical study because it could cause heart rhythm problems. He has said his regimen will end in a "day or two".
Hydroxychloroquine, as well as the closely-related cloroquine, is a drug which is most commonly used to treat malaria and lupus. "He knows it has been flagged by his own people and he's using it", she said.
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"Weak all over. Coughing, fever".
"Because of the types of drugs we've chosen that should change practice very, very rapidly", said Professor Martin Landray of Oxford University, the deputy chief investigator of the trial, at an online briefing. "It just went downhill from there". I've been taking it for more than a month. The White House doctor referenced the fact that Trump's valet had tested positive for the virus.
Kim has since been discharged from hospital after seven nights but is still on oxygen at home.
"When they gave the diagnosis, I felt like it was a death sentence". "I'm like, 'How can I be sick? How? "They were like, 'Well, nobody's ever said that was the cure or that was going to keep you safe" and it definitely did not". The president said that he spoke to the White House doctor about taking the drug to protect against the novel coronavirus, and the White House doctor approved the decision.
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Responding to question on hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine being used to treat COVID-19 patients in certain countries, Dr Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, told a press conference on Wednesday that, despite that both drugs are already licensed for many diseases, at this stage, they "have been as yet found to be effective in the treatment of COVID-19 or in the prophylaxis against coming down with the disease", Xinhua reported.
Currently, results are pending from two NIH studies on the drug - one testing the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine alone on the recovery of COVID-19 patients and the other on the effectiveness of the combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin.
The study was co-authored by the University, Columbia Veterans Affairs Health Care System in SC and the University of SC and conducted among COVID-19 patients hospitalized in U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals, which provide comprehensive healthcare services to military veterans.
Interest in the drug intensified after President Donald Trump began lauding its usefulness at news conferences in April. [Hydroxychloroquine] is not going to prevent anything.
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