and/or arthritis. You may have heard the drug name 'Plaquenil'.
It's mostly an anti-inflammatory drug and a parasite killer/prevention.
Years ago, and even today actually, hydroxychloroquine is prescribed to those going into
areas such as jungles and swamps to prevent malaria. It is also used to treat malaria.
It does not prevent death in people with those diseases, necessarily. At least not those
My niece died of lupus several years ago. She battled it for years but succumbed to it
eventually. She was rather young.
My children's step mother died from lupus also, several years ago. She was in her mid
Lupus is a strange disease, to say the least. They still don't really know what causes it.
But hydroxychloroquine is used for lupus patients and arthritis patients mainly as an
anti inflammatory drug.
India does send hydroxychloroquine to the USA, by the way. As far as I am told, India
has agreed to supply some of their hydroxychloroquine to the USA.
The real problem may not be what you think. The real problem is the recent hoarding
of it. People that take it for lupus, arthritis, or whatever else, may find themselves in
short supply to no supply of it.
zegon wrote:valerie wrote: Cotton, Coffee Filters, Vacuum Cleaner Filters, Various House Air/Heat Conditioner Filters,
Various filters in dust remover house appliances, Various Paint Masks for painting and other
work, plastic face shields, hats/caps that have snap on plastic face shields (amazon sells
the plastic shield hats), just look around your house slowly and think.
PS Run inside in place
One can wrap toilet paper around the head also as a face mask , suspect that many have plenty of TP at home these days.