The media already hates the Plasma Treatment for Covid-19 America. Why? Because they don’t want a way for you to get better, they have an election to rig.
Our good friends over at Liberty Nation break it down better scientifically than we could, take a look.
It is not a vaccine or a magical cure for COVID-19. The remedy unveiled by President Trump at an Aug. 23 White House press briefing, however, does make the virus less scary for those who find it so, and for those who, due to other medical issues, have good reason to be scared. Convalescent plasma has been used for a long time to treat virus infections, and, now, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for its use as a Coronavirus treatment.
Of course, the effort to discredit the efficacy of convalescent plasma has already begun and will likely grow to hysterical proportions, as it did when the president first touted the success of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). Though doctors around the world have described their successful treatment of COVID-19 patients with HCQ, the drug has been portrayed as entirely ineffective since it got the Trump seal of approval.
The president’s haters would rather people die than see them recover with the aid of a therapeutic promoted by Trump, it appears.
What is convalescent plasma? In layman’s terms, plasma is the liquid that carries blood cells. It also carries antibodies produced by the human body when attacked by a foreign pathogen such as COVID-19. Convalescent plasma comes from those who have been infected with – and recovered from – the Coronavirus.
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