Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, in an interview with Fox News, warned that doctors in hospitals are not using two effective treatments against the CCP Virus even though there appears to be a need in the face of increasing hospitalizations and apparent mutations of the disease.

The two treatments Azar referred to are Regeron from the Eli Lilly laboratory and Remdesivir from Gilead. Regeron is an antibody cocktail while Remdesivir is an antiviral medication that was developed to fight the Ebola virus. President Trump took both medications during his brief hospitalization for the CCP Virus.

“We have Eli Lilly’s Regeron and Gilead’s Remdesivir. They are not getting used enough, and they are not getting used early enough in the course of the disease,” he said. “We have a surplus of these products that are not getting used.”

When new strains of the CCP Virus were found in places like the United Kingdom and hospitalizations increased, Azar expressed concern that these alternative treatments were not sufficiently ‘popular’ among doctors and hospitals, even as their effectiveness had been proven with certainty.

“What we need, though—and this is for the viewers and doctors watching—if you are over 65, or if you are comorbid and have a risk of severe complications or hospitalization, talk to your doctor after getting a positive test, and ask about whether you can be put on these drugs,” he urged, “because they can help prevent hospitalization, severe consequences, or in the case of Remdesivir, help shorten your hospitalization stay.”

It is not the first time that something apparently positive for humanity is not promoted or is directly censored by media “experts” or public health authorities.

Another example was the use of hydroxychloroquine, which was demonized by the “experts” and by the authorities when it became known about its existence.

Dr. Harvey Risch of prestigious Yale University said, “The evidence is overwhelming that patients who are treated early with this drug substantially reduce the risk of hospitalization and mortality.”

Risch noted,  “There’s been a massive disinformation campaign that stretches from government to the media. That is either suppressing this message or is countering with a false message.”

A clinician and activist from Doctors for Truth, Dr. Mariana Colombres Garmendia, when asked about the possible reason behind this censorship effort, said that perhaps there is opposition to hydroxychloroquine from Big Pharma, because this compound is extremely cheap and easy to get.