Joey Gilbert
Reno, NV

Coronavirus Update July 30 2020: Over 1000 Coronavirus Patients Treated with Hydroxychloroquine with a 99.3 Percent Success Rate

Thursday, July 30, 2020
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I wanted to show you this. Do you remember when I shared with you about Dr Jill. At first, we were treating coronavirus wrong, we were blowing out peoples lung's putting them on ventilators all along not realizing that the problem was with the hemoglobin not carrying oxygen and people getting starved from oxygen O2 going into organ failure. Yeah there are a lot other things. At the end of the day coronavirus basically eviscerates the lungs, incinerates from the outside. Best way to say it, biomaterial fills it up and no oxygen exchange takes place in the lungs. When COVID-19 reaches further progressions and you die of well lots of complications but organ failure is one of them.  According to Dr Jill, coronavirus was being treated as a case of acute respiratory distress, also known as ARDS. The standard treatment for ARDS is mechanical ventilation – which involves forcing air into the alveoli with hopes of transferring oxygen into the blood. The problem was, treating COVID-19 with ventilation wasn’t working as expected, and even some doctors observed that the use of ventilators was harming some patients (Carnahan, 2020). It was found that coronavirus was affecting the blood’s oxygen-carrying capacity. This is often referred to as an increase in reactive oxygen species or ROS which is at the core of much of the damage like preventing delivery of oxygen to the tissues. This in turn causes severe hypoxia or low oxygen and damages all tissues they come in contact with.  As a result, COVID-19 patients suffer cardiac damage. Another means of treatment that doctors preferred is the use of anti-malarial medications which showed promising results from the very beginning. A work by forcing more air into the lungs, so that more oxygen can be delivered to the blood, but if liquid or inflammation in the lungs, and its inhibiting the transfer of oxygen in the body then a ventilator can’t do its job. The only working medication by then was the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine. Dr OZ said that a drug shipment was enough to treat 5 million Americans. So, one drug shipment was enough to treat five million Americans. You think those high-risk Americans if they were treated could have been saved. is anybody willing to stake their reputation on that say they wouldn’t save them because my two parents were saved and the lives of people very close to me were saved. I watched them turn from ghost white, blue lips, to healthy in 12 to 24 hours on this medication (hydroxychloroquine). I talked to doctors who have said the exact same thing for hundreds to thousands of patients. Putting the doctors, I have spoken to personally around the 10,000 mark of live save from hydroxychloroquine.

According to Dr Jill, coronavirus was being treated as a case of acute respiratory distress, also known as ARDS. The standard treatment for ARDS is mechanical ventilation, which involves forcing air into the alveoli with hopes of transferring oxygen into the blood. The problem was, treating COVID-19 with ventilation wasn’t working as expected, and even some doctors observed that the use of ventilators was harming some patients (Carnahan, 2020). It was found that coronavirus was affecting the blood’s oxygen-carrying capacity. This is often referred to as an increase in reactive oxygen species or ROS which is at the core of much of the damage like preventing delivery of oxygen to the tissues. This in turn causes severe hypoxia or low oxygen and damages all tissues they come in contact with. As a result, COVID-19 patients suffer cardiac damage. Another means of treatment that doctors preferred is the use of anti-malarial medications which showed promising results from the very beginning. A ventilator works by forcing more air into the lungs, so that more oxygen can be delivered to the blood, but if there is liquid or inflammation in the lungs, and its inhibiting the transfer of oxygen in the body then a ventilator can’t do its job. The only working medication by then was the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine.  

Back in April Dr OZ said that a drug shipment made that month was enough to treat 5 million Americans. So, one drug shipment was enough to treat five million Americans. You think those high-risk Americans if they were treated could have been saved. Is anybody willing to stake their reputation on that say they wouldn’t save them because my two parents were saved and the lives of people very close to me were saved. I watched them turn from ghost white, blue lips, to healthy in 12 to 24 hours on this medication (hydroxychloroquine). I talked to doctors who have said the exact same thing for hundreds to thousands of patients. Putting the doctors, I have spoken to personally around the 10,000 mark of live save from hydroxychloroquine.

Here’s another one. So, if it doesn’t work guys, why did the state of Michigan then request hydroxychloroquine from the national stockpile, the medication that has saved a lot of many lives. In march 31st, 2020, the state of Michigan requested hydroxychloroquine from the national stockpile for use on COVID-19 patients. Michigan's request for the medication was based on the FDA announcement on February 2020 that the anti-malarial drug was authorized for emergency use (Leblanc, 2020). Another notable thing is that the request came as several hospitals in Michigan were already using the drug off label to treat coronavirus patients. In the same period, a French researcher, Dr Raoult reported to have treated over 1000 coronavirus patients with a 99.3 percent success rate. Among them, 20 went into the ICU, and 7 died. The Dr said the side effects were trivial like a rash. How do I know this guy’s name? because I have been researching this stuff since April.  

Did you hear what Dr Stella Emanuel said on the courthouse steps. A doctor from Houston Texas, educated in West Africa, Nigeria specifically, where they have used hydroxychloroquine for decades? And what did she say, zero cardiac problems created when used within the therapeutic dose ranges of 200 to 400 mgs per day. I’m not a doctor, I’m not a board-certified physician, but I have a degree in success and I got on the internet and I said to myself, wow, in these other countries they haven’t had this kind of deaths. So, what is going on and darn it, if I wouldn’t have found that in South Korea they were using hydroxychloroquine azithromycin and they are actually having the most success with the zinc and hydroxychloroquine because hydroxychloroquine acts like an opener, it’s a transporter, it helps penetrating of the cell wall so that the zinc can get in and shut down the viral spreading, shut down the reproduction of COVID-19, and the immune system kicks in. It's not a silver bullet guys, but it can save a lot of lives and that should matter.

 

References

Carnahan, J. (2020, May 26). Emerging theories that may help us solve the COVID-19 puzzle. Jill Carnahan, MD. https://www.jillcarnahan.com/2020/04/16/emerging-theories-that-may-help-us-solve-the-covid-19-puzzle/

Leblanc, B. (2020, March 31). Michigan requests hydroxychloroquine from national stockpile to treat COVID-19. Detroit News. https://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/michigan/2020/03/31/michigan-requests-hydroxychloroquine-national-stockpile-covid-19/5094307002/

 

Joey Gilbert
For a period of 10 years (2000-2010) as a professional boxer, I dedicated my life to fighting for myself. Everything I did was focused on winning the boxing matches ahead. I fought and won. Since then, I have now dedicated my time and resources to fighting for the people of Nevada. Yes, I am fighting for you. It is my number one priority to respond to the community outcry at any time. I fight for you, regardless of sex, religion, race, and status.
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