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The FDA’s new warning about hydroxychloroquine has the media spinning out of control, but what are the facts? Insight from Dr. Ramin Oskoui, cardiologist and CEO of Foxhall Cardiology.

Dr Oskoui dismissed chloroquine as from the discussion “Forget about chloroquine, no one’s using that.”

He went on to advise that hydroxychloroquines toxicity was negligible. “This drug’s toxicity rate is vanishingly low, it is not 5%, it’s probably 0.05%,” he said. “We use this drug in pregnant women, we use it in children, we use it, without monitoring in countries for malaria prophylaxis, you may have taken it yourself.”

“Countries around the world are using this, in hospitals, in doctors offices, as prophylaxis,” Laura Ingraham of FOX pointed out. “Lupus patients, rheumatoid arthritis patients, have been on Hydroxychloroquine for decades.”


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