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Source: Citizen Free Press posted by Kane

A woman with a defibrillating pacemaker and fluid on heart, and is high risk was refused hydroxychloroquine.

K.C. Emery from Newport Beach has a personal story to share. Hydroxychloroquine saved her, and her son’s life from COVID-19

She says that doctors at Hope Hospital said ‘Hydroxychloroquine kills people’. She was forced to discharge herself from hospital and organise some hydroxychloroquine from friends. “Nine hours later I was 80% better.”

K.C. Emery

She said that she did not have enough tablets to see it out, and after she ran out, COVID-19 relapsed. She again hunted down some more hydroxychloroquine. ” and guess what? Within 12 hours, the symptoms are gone again.”

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