Malaria & Arthritis but not COVID-19

www.cdc.gov/malaria/resources/pdf/fsp/drugs/Hydroxychloroquine.pdf

Hydroxychloroquine can be used to prevent Malaria when traveling:

Hydroxychloroquine can be used for Arthritis; however,

Hydroxychloroquine is too dangerous to use to minimize risk of death from COVID-19.

How does that make sense to anyone unless it is a financial decision?

There are several medications that are FDA approved for depression that have sudden death as a side effect.

Author: Melanie Loomos

I was a court reporter for 10 years then became an inventor. I invented The Buttpillow™ and was granted a patent called the "Pillow with Cantilever Supports." At the same time, I also submitted a patent for "The Carpal Tunnel Chair," which I was advised I did not get. After R&D on The Buttpillow™, the patent for the "Ergonomic Seating Cushion" was filed and later amended to include an embodiment for women during pregnancy. The USPTO granted the "Ergonomic Seating Cushion" patent in late 2002. Subsequently, in 2003, I also invented Ergosoft™ break reminder software to remind people to take breaks with an Ergo-Tip™ so people can identify and minimize ergonomic risk factors around them.