Source: France Blue
Paul Molga, journalist for Les Echos in Marseille, tested positive for Covid-19 10 days ago. Suffering from severe symptoms, he decided to follow the controversial treatment recommended by Professor Raoult. It tells about the disease and the effects of the treatment, almost immediate.
It was on September 13 that Paul Molga, journalist for Les Echos in Marseille, felt the first symptoms of Covid-19: “ Severe fatigue, headache, severe muscle aches, chills. This is something new in the world. The organism is not really a flu, it is more violent than that. We feel inhabited, by beings, by viruses which are unknown to the body. ” Very quickly, Paul went to the IHU Méditerranée Infection to do the test. The diagnosis falls and after a battery of examinations, the doctors propose to him to follow the treatment of Professor Didier Raoult .
On Wednesday September 16, drugs on the table, Paul can begin treatment: azithromycin once a day for five days, hydroxychloroquine three times a day combined with zinc. And the effects are very fast.
As the days go by, Paul feels better and better . From Friday, he even has the feeling of not feeling any more symptoms. But he still has to continue the treatment for 10 days. A treatment sometimes acclaimed, sometimes very criticized, especially in the medical community.
Paul Molga assures us that before following him he was “neither anti nor pro Raoult” . He wanted to test to cure himself : “What surprises me is the violence that we inflict on this treatment and on hydroxychloroquine. We did talk about poison when it is a drug that we The effects have been known for 70 years, there are several continents that take them regularly. We have not talked about the death rate associated with taking the drug. “
As a journalist he admits to having been curious to test what some call “the druid’s potion” . “I had heard, like many, testimonies from patients who were recovering from the Raoult protocol.”
This Tuesday, September 22, so a little over a week after the first symptoms, Paul Molga feels better, he even dares to pronounce the word “cure” : “I no longer have any symptoms.”