Recent research analyzing the determinants of deaths resulting from the CCP Virus (COVID-19) revealed that if the United States had made hydroxychloroquine widely available from the beginning, between 80,000 and 100,000 lives could have been saved.

The authors are Michigan State University economics professor Mark Skidmore, and the co-author is professor Hideki Toya.

These findings are consistent with those of Dr. Peter McCullough, deputy director of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center, who testified before the Senate in November 2020 and asserted that the United States “could have saved half the lives lost” if COVID treatment protocols had not been crushed.

In March, McCullough reviewed his study and stated that “up to 85% of COVID deaths could have been prevented by early treatment”.

Good results

In March and April 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic had just begun, some physicians began to report good treatment experiences with known medications such as hydroxychloroquine, the inhaled steroid budesonide, and the antiparasitic ivermectin, Life Site News reported.

They also found positive results from the judicious use of supplements and therapies such as vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B1 (thiamine), zinc, iodine, and nebulized hydrogen peroxide.

It should be noted that all these treatments are effective both for prophylaxis and for reducing the risk of death.

As for hydroxychloroquine, the latest international evidence shows that countries that used the drug from the beginning had a 79% lower mortality rate than countries that banned the use of this drug.

This means that Dr. Fauci, Dr. Birx, the CDC, the ‘establishment’ media, and the tech giants have been pushing a lie that has had deadly consequences.

Ex-President Donald Trump himself has been heavily criticized for encouraging the use of hydroxychloroquine in the treatment of the CCP Virus.

In March 2020 at the White House, Trump announced, “Now, a drug called chloroquine, and some people would add, hydroxychloroquine, so chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine … [has shown] very encouraging, very encouraging initial results.”

The wave of criticism in the media and social networks immediately accused President Trump of spreading “false hope,” among other statements.

Some of the biased media headlines were: “Trump’s most dangerous flim-flam: False hope and quack advice” (Salon); “Coronavirus treatment: Dr. Donald Trump peddles snake oil and false hope” (USA Today); “Trump is spreading false hopes of a virus cure, and that’s not the only harm” (Washington Post).

Ivermectin, which has been shown in several studies to be effective against the coronavirus, has suffered major discrediting campaigns, as has hydroxychloroquine.

For this reason, many doctors do not dare to recommend it, and many people do not dare to take it as an alternative.

Also, this drug has been subject to censorship on Youtube and Facebook for “violating policies,” labeling content explaining its benefits as “medical disinformation” and “misleading content.”

However, there is growing evidence of its efficacy, so how many deaths could have been avoided?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to warn U.S. consumers that ivermectin should not be used to treat or prevent COVID-19.

Like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the FDA seeks to establish policies that follow the vaccine agenda as the only solution to contain the virus. Big Pharma makes huge profits from this agenda. So is an inexpensive deworming agent a threat to these interests?

Children’s Health Defense Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. observed during a March 2021 conversation with McCullough, “we’ve seen this very strange conflict … that many of those treatments that could save lives, instead of being promoted and investigated and studied by the health authorities, are instead being sabotaged and made … inaccessible.”