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Medical Journal Retracts Study Claiming
Hydroxychloroquine Is Dangerous

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Posted By: MissMolly, 6/5/2020 5:00:48 AM

A widely read study claiming the use of the antimalarial hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus leads to an increased risk of death has been retracted, the study’s publisher said Thursday. The Lancet, the medical journal that published the original study in late May, said in a statement that they “can no longer vouch for the veracity of the primary data sources,” and “due to this unfortunate development, the authors request that the paper be retracted.” “We all entered this collaboration to contribute in good faith and at a time of great need during the COVID-19 pandemic,” they said. “We deeply apologise to you, the editors, and the journal readership

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Reply 1 - Posted by: chumley 6/5/2020 5:46:07 AM (No. 432997)
Translation: Someone was paid off and the word got out.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: John C 6/5/2020 5:58:19 AM (No. 433005)
How many lives could have been saved by using the stuff.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 6/5/2020 6:00:15 AM (No. 433008)
This is horrendous. There is a possible cure and prophyactic against the disease. Even if it were only 50% effective we could have 50,000 deaths instead of 100,000 in the US; 50,000 lives saved! And somebody is playing political games. PLUS, because we have a dysfunctional, hateful media, they gleefully jumped all over this FAKE news to embarrass Trump. Think, this is 150 times the number of lives lost in 9/11 and we started wars we are still fighting over that! We fought and killed people over that! How is this different? People willing to let US citizens die so that they can get their way. The actions of the people who faked this helped to kill people. No, it was not direct like shooting someone. Instead it was cowardly murder by poison. The riots are coming from the same sources, people with the intention to subvert and destroy this Country by any means necessary.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: stablemoney 6/5/2020 6:03:42 AM (No. 433011)
The Lancet has proven that they have no principles, ethics, or morals. The Lancet knew darn well this was political, leftist propaganda, and published it anyway to harm Trump. Trump should be entitled to sue for billions for this liable. In any case, the Lancet has no reputation left to protect.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: IowaDad 6/5/2020 6:08:06 AM (No. 433017)
This is quite extraordinary. A small bunch of amateurs invented a massive data collection supposedly from 671 hospitals internationally, and wrote entirely fraudulent papers that were accepted and published by two of the world's most prestigious medical journals. And not one reviewer, editor or anyone else asked to see the raw data, or called any hospital to see if they had actually submitted cases to the study. This is one of the biggest cases pf publication fraud of all time. But why? Why would some yokel do this? Fame? maybe. Fortune, I doubt it. All very curious.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DCGIRL 6/5/2020 6:21:28 AM (No. 433032)
They should retract it. One of their quacks went rogue and published it.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 6/5/2020 6:27:15 AM (No. 433039)
Guess which one gets remembered.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: BarryNo 6/5/2020 6:31:59 AM (No. 433049)
The politics of Science has always sacrificed truth for personal gain. Science, as used by men, is merely an excuse to harm someone to help yourself. Pure Science cannot exist in a politicized world. It will always be corrupted to the advantage of the corrupt.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: George R. 6/5/2020 6:34:45 AM (No. 433053)
You gotta know the "Lancet" knew damn well what they were doing when they published the article. The no longer venerable "Lancet" is tarred forever as the political garbage can it has become.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 6/5/2020 6:54:36 AM (No. 433064)
Always remember - - All non-profit institutions will eventually be taken over by communists. Why would a medical journal be any different?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 6/5/2020 6:54:39 AM (No. 433065)
Apology not accepted! Many are dead because of “scientists” who lied!!! Many like myself had to hide at home because I knew the “medical professionals” would keep me from receiving life saving treatment if I got the virus that “medical researchers” funded by NIH unleashed on us.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Krause 6/5/2020 7:29:58 AM (No. 433101)
Never believe anything you read or hear today, including from 'fact checkers.' Be your own fact checker
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Finally50 6/5/2020 7:31:29 AM (No. 433104)
So Neil Cavuto - what say you??
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Reply 14 - Posted by: hammondb3 6/5/2020 8:53:09 AM (No. 433181)
3, It's different because 9/11 was a singular act of an incontrovertible intent to kill, maim and destroy. Nothing at all open to speculation to anyone but the tinfoil hat club. People die all the time from the fallout of politics. In numbers that you rightly pointed out as dwarfing 9/11, but without the focused malice. How many have died in auto accidents because EPA standards are easier to meet when plastics and thinner metals are used? How many die from lack of medical care because the cost for Medical Practice Insurance is so high that it must be rolled into the overall cost of care - making it unaffordable for some. I think there is a difference. Both need to be challenged, but while everyone (except those with Alcoa hats) can see that 9/11 deserves a response, most people are not bright enough to understand the cause and effect of the political decisions that cost lives.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: edgar 6/5/2020 8:53:27 AM (No. 433182)
That Trump guy. He just keeps on winning!
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Reply 16 - Posted by: bigfatslob 6/5/2020 9:00:54 AM (No. 433194)
A French journal is the last word on the treatment of disease control. How nifty. They print their opinion on hydroxychloroquine then retract it after they scare everyone. What a box of frogs they are. The only dangerous part is the prolonged use of zinc in the body.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: lakerman1 6/5/2020 9:11:24 AM (No. 433205)
judge Wapner, an early tv 'judge' (tv judges are arbitrators always said, 'you can't unring a bell.' We can expect the ambulance chasing lawyers to start running the ads, 'if your loved one contracted kung flu and was given hydroxychoraquine, and died, call the Goldberg law offices...we will get you the money you deserve) We can also expect a federal district court judge to grant class action status to such cases (there is a federal district court in rural mi9ssissippi which specializes in such stuff.) We also can expect that some physicians, perhaps without long years of experience (because Obolacare caused many of those old timers to retire) will avoid taking the chance of going off-label with hydroxychloroquine. either way, people will die because The Lancet sacrificed its reputation by publishing that dreck of a study.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Ribicon 6/5/2020 9:18:59 AM (No. 433214)
Fret not, everyone. The Orange Man is still bad, and even the reputation of a respected medical journal falls secondary to removing him from power.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Muguy 6/5/2020 9:48:20 AM (No. 433254)
So much for the libs denial of the this inexpensive option due to POLITICAL bias-- The so-called "settled science" argument just doesn't hold water on this and really never did....
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Reply 20 - Posted by: rikkitikki 6/5/2020 9:48:39 AM (No. 433255)
Still waiting for retractions and walkbacks from CNN, the WHO, France, Fauci, and every other public entity or official who cited this study as reason to prohibit use of HCQ as therapy for CV19....
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Reply 21 - Posted by: msjena 6/5/2020 10:00:56 AM (No. 433280)
Science--not!
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Reply 22 - Posted by: clayusmcret 6/5/2020 10:14:26 AM (No. 433293)
So will the major news corporations that pushed the false study also report that it had to be pulled? Of course not.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Lawsy0 6/5/2020 10:29:36 AM (No. 433314)
The Lancet giveth, and The Lancet taketh away. Is your subscription to The Lancet paid up?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Starboard_side 6/5/2020 10:38:07 AM (No. 433330)
Good Data, that's what's needed, and it's not being provided in many quarters. Same with recoveries, which they don't seem to like reporting, people do recover, most people recover, actually.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: pmcclure 6/5/2020 11:16:17 AM (No. 433365)
Jim Acosta can show up indefinitely in the White House press conferences to showboat and lie, but Lancet has disqualified itself from credibility by trying, foolishly, to emulate him. Good riddance!
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Reply 26 - Posted by: DVC 6/5/2020 11:38:28 AM (No. 433390)
And once again: Trump was right, the huge, roaring chorus of anti-Trump folks, pretending to be experts, were lying. Case study number 56, for this year.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Chuzzles 6/5/2020 1:12:53 PM (No. 433498)
These journals have always been money grubbing and corrupted publications. Somebody paid them off indeed and they got caught. Anecdotal or not, the cocktail is saving lives worldwide.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: DVC 6/5/2020 4:10:13 PM (No. 433660)
#16, The Lancet is British. And easily fooled, or easily corrupted, which, I am not yet certain.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Historybuff 6/5/2020 4:28:11 PM (No. 433676)
First do no harm. Somebody forgot that. Lets see what the study from Henry Ford medical center says. they've been giving it to their dr.s on the front line.
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