Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus Robert Gorter, MD, PhD

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05-05-21 01:24:00,

CDC in 2005: Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread

CDC

Martin J Vincent, Eric Bergeron, Suzanne Benjannet, Bobbie R Erickson, Pierre E Rollin, Thomas G Ksiazek, Nabil G Seidah and Stuart T Nichol*

Address: Special Pathogens Branch, Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30333, USA and Laboratory of Biochemical Neuroendocrinology, Clinical Research Institute of Montreal, 110 Pine Ave West, Montreal, QCH2W1R7, Canada

Email: Martin J Vincent – mvincent@cdc.gov; Eric Bergeron – bergere@ircm.qc.ca; Suzanne Benjannet – benjans@ircm.qc.ca; Bobbie R Erickson – BErickson1@cdc.gov; Pierre E Rollin – PRollin@cdc.gov; Thomas G Ksiazek – TKsiazek@cdc.gov; Nabil G Seidah – seidahn@ircm.qc.ca;

Stuart T NicholSNichol@cdc.gov is the corresponding author of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus chloroquine inhibition therapy

Dr. Gorter states that his conclusion is that this study (already published in August of 2005), and several clinical studies since then, prove the efficacy of Chloroquine in the prophylaxis and treatment of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

That even the Lancet tried to nullify these publications in summer 2020 but was then forced to retract the articles show that one can only come to one conclusion:

To obtain a temporary, emergency approval to conduct clinical studies in humans with a novel substance that has hardly been studied before, one must meet two main criteria:

  • A life-threatening disease or a pandemic with huge numbers of deaths
  • No known medications available

Is it, therefore, that the CDC in the USA and the WHO declared that no therapy exists for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) and thus, the Pharmaceutical Industry could rapidly obtain approval to expose hundreds of millions of people around the world to an experimental (mRNA) vaccine?

In the 2000s and in large animals, mRNA vaccines were tried but usually, these trials were aborted due to significant (even fatal) side effects.

As a clinical researcher, Dr. Gorter argues that many of these autoimmune-like diseases after mRNA injections were very similar to prison-based diseases (like “Mad Cow Disease,

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