The Success Rate Of Using Hydrochloroquine With Zinc Discovered By NY Doctor Who Tested 350 Patients Gives A Ray Of Hope

(Tea Party PAC) – The coronavirus pandemic that is bashing America hard right now has a lot of folks scared out of their wits, especially those who are immunocompromised or are elderly, as the vast majority of deaths that have occured due to this illness are folks in both of those categories. Anxiety and fear are now the norm as Americans self-isolate and essentially live in lockdown, hoping to avoid contracting this illness for which there is no cure.

Things are looking might bleak at the moment, but Dr. Vladimir Zelenko from New York has some news that should turn those frowns upside down. He’s tested over 350 patients using the treatment of hydrochloroquine with zinc and has thus far seen a 100 percent success rate.

Check out more of the good news via Gateway Pundit:

Dr. Zelenko joined Sean Hannity earlier today on his radio program to discuss the results from his test.

The New York doctor also posted a video explaining his success with hydroxychloroquine and Zinc. His treatment resulted in the shortness of breath issue being resolved in 4 to 6 hours.

Dr. Zelenko in his study had zero deaths, zero hospitalizations and zero intubations!

Later on Monday evening Sean Hannity invited two more medical experts on to discuss Dr. Zelenko’s coronavirus results.

The two doctors were cautiously optimistic.

Via Hannity:

And as you might have already suspected, the left is actually trying to persuade people not to listen to Zelenko or other doctors who are recommending this sort of path for treatment with the coronavirus. You might be asking yourself why they would do that. Well, because they basically hate anything that would prove President Trump to be correct on something.

These folks despise our president so much, that in the middle of a deadly epidemic, they would oppose treatments that could potentially save lives, just because it was something the president discussed. It’s unbelievable really.

Here’s a great example of what we’re talking about here via Mediaite:

In an interview with Vice President Mike Pence, Hannity dramatically held up a letter from Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, a family practitioner from Monroe, New York who claims to have achieved a 100 percent success rate in preventing hospitalization for 500 coronavirus patients using a combination of three different drugs. Hannity had interviewed Zelenko about these claims on his radio show earlier on Monday.

However, Hannity did not mention on air that another of Dr. Zelenko’s claims was debunked by a county public health official just last week, after the doctor posted an “unsubstantiated and irresponsible” Facebook video that predicted — based on positive results from a mere nine out of 14 tests — the a massive outbreak of the disease would hit the Hasidic village of Kiryas Joel. Zelenko did not respond to press inquiries seeking comment on the story.

Look, no one should take medication without consulting their doctor. That should be a given. No self-medicating. Speak with medical professionals and follow the advice you are given by those who are most qualified to care for you. Mention this medication, sure, but do as they say. If they recommend not using it and have a good reason for that recommendation, you’d be foolish not to follow it.

However, don’t get discouraged because some folks in the media are desperately attempting to strip away hope in the name of political victory. We are making progress.

Sources:

mediaite.com/news/hannity-touts-unverified-coronavirus-treatment-from-ny-family-doctor-who-posted-unsubstantiated-and-irresponsible-facebook-video-about-outbreak/

thegatewaypundit.com/2020/03/stunning-ny-doctor-vladimir-zelenko-finds-100-success-rate-in-350-patients-using-hydroxychloroquine-with-z-paks-video/

2 COMMENTS

  1. Hello where do i find the particular information & specific details regarding this program to work at home?

    Respecfully yours
    Robert.

  2. No wonder we can’t find any vitamin C, zinc, etc. in the supplement isle of the grocery store or drug store. People are trying to self-medicate with vitamins and minerals. I just wish they’d LEAVE Some for the Rest of Us!

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