- May 1, 2015
Looks good to me. The chart says the same thing reported on Fox News - a stack of his patients got better very quickly. Looks like a lot of them didn't want to hang around in hospital to keep being tested after they showed negative, and left the study.Forget Fox news, this is a far better source of reliable news on the topic.
I haven’t had time to fully digest this yet, but it’s not looking good.
Dr. Didier Raoult of Marseilles and his co-workers have published another preprint on clinical results with the chloroquine/azithromycin combination that their earlier work has made famous. And I still don't know what to think of it. This is going to be a long post on the whole issue, so if you dblogs.sciencemag.org