Dr Peter McCullough, Harvey Risch and George Fareed: Early Treatment of Coronavirus and Hydroxychloroquine
Accordingly, hundreds of thousands who have fallen ill have been advised to wait at home without help until their hospitalizations and ensuing deaths.
In Western nations, doctors who dare to speak out or to prescribe early Covid-19 treatments (based on clinical trials that the media have failed to report) have been openly censured and ridiculed.
For example, three top-of-their-field, award-winning physicians who testified at a US Senate Hearing in November 2020 were attacked as “snake-oil salesmen” in a bizarre New York Times opinion piece.
That was how Dr. Ashish Jha, health policy professor at Brown University, described Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch (on the editorial board of the American Journal of Epidemiology for decades), Baylor’s Vice Chair of Medicine Dr. Peter McCullough, and California’s “rural physician of the year,” Dr. George Fareed.
|Drs. George Fareed, Peter McCullough, and Harvey Risch|
It is common knowledge that scientists such as Galileo and Einstein were attacked by the threatened establishments of their day, as were medical geniuses throughout history.
As deaths pile up, we cannot let the dark ages continue to dominate 2021.
The Tragically Censored Online Physician Resource
This review article explores a superbly designed, highly navigable website that has continuously updated the evidence-based research on early Covid-19 treatments since June 2020. The website is so exhaustively comprehensive that it could be considered a journal in itself, produced by a team of competent, committed editors.
While out in the open, some of these physicians and researchers were victimized by media attacks, de-certification, and firings from their jobs. Incredibly, some have even been banned from Twitter and Facebook for spreading “misinformation” — in the form of published peer-reviewed journals indexed by the world-leading US National Library of Medicine.
Although this singular resource has been developed and posted anonymously, one observer commented on Reddit, “It doesn’t really matter who built it, imo. All studies are referenced/linked.”
To take HCQ as an example, a summary page of trial outcomes is initially displayed: (updated March 2/01)
Followed by many tables such as: (updated March 2/01)
A global list of hydroxychloroquine Covid-19 treatment studies and outcomes, divided into early treatment and late treatment results, and complete with links and abstracts, is available at https://hcqmeta.com/ The HCQ data alone can be downloaded as a 71-page pdf.
The project has kept up with the recent highly encouraging work on Vitamin D efficacy during hospitalization. Below is a sample of the kind of lists that are maintained for each of the treatments covered:
Each of these articles can be opened to reveal a gold mine of further information:
For Ivermectin, as for the other early treatments, the editors offer an inclusion statement and an invitation to participate:
“For search methods, inclusion criteria, effect extraction criteria (more serious outcomes have priority), PRISMA answers, and statistical methods see ivmmeta.com. In Vitro, Ex Vivo, Meta, Theory, Safety, Review, and News items are not included in the study count. There is a total of 85 items. Studies with preprints and journal versions are listed under the earlier preprint date.
Please send us corrections, updates, or comments.”
The all-important early home treatment algorithm for practising physicians to consult:
Shockingly, the Twitter account informing the world of all this painstaking research has been suspended: