WHO Accuses China of Not Sharing Data on Chloroquine Studies – Trustnodes

WHO Accuses China of Not Sharing Data on Chloroquine Studies


The World Health Organization (WHO) has implicitly blamed China for not recommending chloroquine to treat patients.

“WHO is engaging with Chinese colleagues at the mission in Geneva and have received assurances of improved collaboration; however, no data has been shared regarding the chloroquine studies,” WHO said.

This comes amid growing pressure for health authorities to change their policy of no treatment for coronavirus patients in light of significant evidence that a chloroquine combination works.

China alerted the world to this treatment on or around February 17th, after which new cases there plunged and never took off in South Korea because of the treatment.

Dr Anthony Fauci however, the head of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has called the suggestion of a chloroquine treatment as being anecdodal.

WHO has repeated that sentiment, arguing that although there has been studies, the data has not been shared, and therefore they’re now to start their own trial after four months since the outbreak with it unclear how long this might last and when we might hear the results while people die in their hundreds because they are not being given treatment.

Interestingly, WHO planned to exclude chloroquine from the trial but changed its mind after a meeting in Geneva on 13 March, because the drugs “received significant attention” in many countries.

What exactly happened in Geneva is not clear, but WHO wanted to include only patented and very expensive drugs, like remdesivir by Gilead Sciences.

That drug would cost about $1,000, with some scientists working for Gilead spreading fearmongering about chloroquine, a basically free drug widely used for numerous illnesses which is generally very safe when used as prescribed.

Another drug they want to trial is Kaletra, a very expensive drug even for the wealthy west costing $440 per month, as much as the mortgage or rent.

This insistence that we should give the bureaucracy more and more time while people die so as to give these hugely expensive drugs a chance, raises questions about that revolving door we all hear of and are very familiar with, here between rich publicly traded drug producers and the bureaucracy that gives the guidelines which could be rigged.

Treating coronavirus, March 2020
Treating coronavirus with 3 200mg pills of Plaquenil a day, March 2020

The Italian government astonishingly continues to say there is no treatment, so explaining the very high number of deaths there, and arguably unnecessary deaths because they are due to not being treated.

While in UK all Boris Johnson seems to care about is martial law, with the Imperial College University now in the firing line for their negligence in analyzing potential treatments and how that would change their astonishing projections which are not believable.

For now the focus is of course on getting people treatment with trials in New York, France, and now WHO, but the latter two have a “controlled group,” patients they are basically killing as they won’t give them treatment, in addition to the vast majority of other patients not participating in these trials who apparently will just be left to die.

You’d think many lawsuits would come out of that, including perhaps even personal lawsuits of someone like Fauci under the tort of gross negligence for calling scientific evidence as ‘anecdotal,’ a statement that may have cost many lives.

In addition as the pharmaceutical industry is clearly exerting considerable influence on health authorities and is perhaps even ordering them, there will have to be a Royal enquiry, and a proper one, because what might be gross negligence is on the brink of sending London into outright tyranny.

Thankfully there are men who have spoken out and have fought what one logically would suspect is pervasive corruption, like Professor Didier Raoult.

So there is no excuse now of not knowing there is treatment. It is instead a decision and an “immoral” decision according to Raoult to not give them treatment.

Chine also has to explain why they not giving the data, but the easiest way to get trustworthy data is to give them all treatment and see what happens because if they’re left without treatment many will die directly, and a lot more will depart indirectly, and those deaths will be due to gross negligence if it is shown chloroquine works as has largely been proven both directly through the studies and indirectly through China and Asia in general no longer being under a pandemic because their official guidelines recommend treating patients with chloroquine.

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