Ohio Board of Pharmacy Bans Hydroxychloroquine to Treat the Wuhan Joining the Ranks in Complicit for Murder


Perhaps half the of deaths by the wuhan in the U. S. could have been prevented by the widespread prescription of hydroxychloroaquine, yet today (Wednesday) the state of Ohio’s Board of Pharmacy has banned the prescription of the drug to fight that disease, even though thousands of doctors in the U. S. and around the world say it works great, for instance in Costa Rica, Greece, and India.