AAPS Sues FDA for Access to HCQ, 3159
Good evening, I’m still reporting on the coup.
This week, the Association of American Physicians & Surgeons – or AAPS - has sued the FDA and the Dept. of Health & Human Services for the ability to prescribe hydroxychloroquine once again.
According to a filing in the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan Southern Division the AAPS said:
“As confirmed by another recent study of thousands of patients at the Henry Ford Health System in Michigan, HCQ is both very safe and highly effective in treating COVID-19, reducing mortality by 50%.”
“Countries with underdeveloped health care systems are using HCQ early and attaining far lower mortality than in the United States, where [HHS and the FDA] impede access to HCQ.”
These assertions are supported by a new graph showing how 8 nations which adopted early HCQ use on COVID-19 patients had far lower deaths per million than 5 of the most advanced nations, according to 65 studies, 39 of which have been peer reviewed.
“Citizens of the Philippines, Poland, Israel, and Turkey all have greater access to HCQ than American citizens do,” observes AAPS General Counsel Andrew Schlafly.
“In Venezuela, HCQ is available over the counter without a prescription, while in the United States pharmacists are prevented from filling prescriptions for HCQ.”
“The mortality rate from COVID-19 in countries that allow access to HCQ is only one-tenth the mortality rate in countries where there is interference with this medication, such as the United States.”
In its filing, the FDA insisted that the public has no right to access nearly 100 million doses of HCQ which were donated to the Strategic National Stockpile. HHS is having that medication waste away while Americans are dying from COVID-19.
“In some areas of Central America, officials are even going door to door to distribute HCQ,” Andrew Schlafly adds. “These countries have been successful in limiting the mortality from COVID-19 to only a fraction of what it is in wealthier countries.”
I’m still reporting from jjust outside the citadel of American freedom. Good day.
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