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The only way to settle this is to find and cite a study or survey that supports or refutes the claim that "the majority of doctors in the USA support the use of hydroxychloroquine against COVID 19." I found an article "USA Today" from 18 June, 2020 which quotes a survey that (among other things) asked doctors around the world which ...


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There is no perfect study yet, but the best evidence we have says HCQ doesn't work There are well-known rules for judging the quality of evidence in clinical studies. Since discussion this highly charged question seems to frequently consist of selective citation of studies producing the results some advocated of HCQ want to see, it is worth reviewing those ...


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Yes and No... mostly yes, most manufacturing sites are outside the US. Pharmaceutical drugs in general Looking first at pharmaceutical drugs in general there is the FDA Safeguarding Pharmaceutical Supply Chains in a Global Economy from October 30, 2019. To quote: The United States, through its investment in biomedical research, has become a world leader in ...


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A double-blind, randomized, controlled trial was just published today in NEJM: A Randomized Trial of Hydroxychloroquine as Postexposure Prophylaxis for Covid-19. This is a trial where Hydroxychloroquine was given very early, just as Risch demands in the article you quote. The results were negative: After high-risk or moderate-risk exposure to Covid-19, ...


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