Because I Care About You

Sep 2, 2020 by

“Because I Care About You”

By Donna Garner

9.2.20

Dear Friends, please keep this information handy when and if you are having to battle COVID and/or are seeking the HCQ protocol from Texas doctors. As of 8.21.20, the Texas Medical Board President has backed off blocking HCQ for COVID, and the information below is exactly what you need to document that.

These are the best recommendations taken from doctors around the U. S. who have actually used HCQ successfully with thousands of COVID patients:

For Treatment of COVID-19:

  • HCQ (hydroxychloroquine) 400 mg twice a day for 1 day, then 200 mg twice a day for 4 more days;
  • Zinc Gluconate 50 mg twice a day for 5 days, then 50 mg per day as a health supplement;
  • ZPack (azithromycin) — according to directions

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Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) as a prophylaxis – dosage:

  • 400 mg followed by 200 mg weekly

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8.26.20 — “GREAT NEWS: TMA Says Doctors May Use HCQ Protocol for COVID” — by Donna Garner – EdViews.org

Dr. Zaafran’s statement to Texas Medical Board: http://www.tmb.state.tx.us/dl/B41F5157-3D83-7E20-4ED8-4F1E1ABB0295

The Texas Medical Board has never prohibited the use of Hydroxychloroquine alone, or in conjunction with other drugs, for the treatment of COVID-19. In fact, the TMB does not prohibit any drug or treatment,” clarified Zaafran.

“The off-label use of Hydroxychloroquine as an alternative therapy for COVID-19 patients is completely permissible. As is the case with any alternative therapy, physicians must ensure they comply with Board Rule 200 which requires physicians to provide full disclosure of treatment options, side effects, and obtain informed consent.”

“Licensees should not fear disciplinary action from the TMB simply for expressing their support of specific COVID-19 treatments like Hydroxychloroquine,” added Zaafran.

“What providers should keep in mind is because there is no definitive cure, claims of a cure may constitute false, misleading or deceptive advertising, which is prohibited by law and may prompt an inquiry from the TMB.”

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