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Hyperglycemia, hydroxychloroquine and the COVID‐19 pandemic

Hydroxychloroquine also can act as an oral hypoglycemic agent, as patients with diabetes taking hydroxychloroquine for rheumatologic diseases had a significant reduction in hemoglobin A1c when compared to methotrexate,40 and thus can serve to reduce hyperglycemia, a possible COVID‐19 risk factor for disease severity.

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Another New York State Supreme Court Justice Ivermectin Order Helping 81-Year-Old Farmer

Ivermectin, a medicine for parasites, has been around for four decades. While not authorized for use against COVID-19, dozens of studies show materially positive results. At well-established human dosage levels, the drug is safe: hundreds of millions of people are treated with it every year mostly in the tropics for various parasite-borne diseases, such as River Blindness in Nigeria.

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The Chloroquine Wars Part XIII -A Clockwork Orange Man

Immediately following HCQ’s Trump moment, the media went on an all-out blitz to associate the topic of HCQ with a sense of fear. Fear of Trump, fear of death, fear of incompetence, fear of opposing scientific authorities, fear of using medicine needed by somebody else, and fear of the unknown. And the campaign of fear didn’t stop there.

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About The Foundation

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The Palmer Foundation is the philanthropic entity owned by the Palmer family, headed by Clive Palmer. 

The Palmer Foundation is a private entity that engages in charitable projects that enable better welfare of others, and society as a whole. 

The foundations most recent endeavour revolves around the response to, and action on the COVID-19 Virus pandemic for the treatment of all Australians in need.

Click here to get the background on The Palmer Foundations COVID-19 Response.

 

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