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@Lonestar I'm counting down the hours until a rainbow-hair claims he was never really one of them

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The reason hydroxychloroquine works is because it prevents this binding to hemoglobin similar to what it does to prevent/treat malaria. For those that are real sick, however, the cascade could be too far down the path for the drug to work. I believe in the next few days to weeks you will start seeing people discuss blood exchange as a treatment regimen for those who are critically ill.

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Dr. Kyle Dettbarn, Pulmonologist

I rarely go on Facebook but felt compelled to this AM. I am a pulmonary and critical care physician and because of that have a unique perspective on this pandemic.

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Based on cases I have seen this past winter I strongly believe that we have been living with COVID-19 in the U.S. since at least December and possibly earlier. For the past 3 weeks I have seen zero hospital cases.

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The reason for this, I believe, is that it came thru this area in December and January. The real reason I am posting this, however, is that we now know how the virus works. It binds to hemoglobin like malaria and displaces a heme ion. This prevents oxygen delivery and that displaced ion has direct toxic effects to the major organs. This results in multi system organ failure.

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In my opinion, we have lived with this virus for months and you are safe to go to your local blood bank. My feeling is that blood will be a priority sometime here in the near future. Thank you all who took time to read this and decided to go give blood. Hope everyone is well!!

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The problem, however, is that we are in a national shortage of blood products because people are too scared to leave their homes to give blood. Now the real reason I am sending this. If you truly want to help in this very difficult time, go give blood.

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WHO illustrates the danger of regulatory capture. If we had 'World Government' WHO would rule all. By having national govts some there's competition for competence and variety in response.

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Now, to all those who say President Trump was too slow in this pandemic, I offer this report from Reuters, "In mid-March, President Donald Trump personally pressed federal health officials to make malaria drugs available to treat the novel corona virus, though they had been untested for COVID-19, two sources told Reuters.

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@RPL

If Dimms are pissed, it means progress has been made.

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@HunDriverWidow

When Alinsky-like community organizers make rules, they will slam their own mothers if mom doesn't toe the party line.
Once we are done social distancing, we must practice SOCIALIST distancing and keep those crazy commies away from decent folks.

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@masterblaster @robbakas Yup. More of the same old virtue signaling BS that always turns every issue into a race issue. The left takes over everything from award shows, to concerts, the recording industry, funerals and now they believe they are the social managers of pandemics. They just can’t blame their politicians for never ending the use of them as political point-makers. Can’t hold a Democrat responsible for anything, or so the Dems think.

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@SpiceOfOurLife @robbakas
The activist leadership knows this already
They’re betting, correctly, that suspicion, superstition, maleducation will inflame this. Meanwhile, white leftists and their minions will turn this into a propaganda campaign

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Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.