Being a physician in 2020 usually means typing at a computer while talking hurriedly to a patient you rarely make eye contact with. It means following a cookbook approach to disease along the party line - the medical party. But I am used to the old-fashioned ways, looking at my patient, taking a few notes, but always remembering the art of medicine; the human side, and the use of compassion, intuition, and science. My friend's cancer inspired me to question the status quo and I discovered repurposed drug cocktails that could save his life. This led me to repurposed drugs for coronavirus, and soon I discovered the ugly side of medicine, the institutions that were driven my greed and corruption, the dirty laundry of my profession. Still, I hold out hope. There are many left like myself, perhaps the majority of practicing physicians whose main goal is their wellbeing. As a writer, I have a moral obligation to tell the world about The Repurposed Drug Revolution and how it can spare you and your loved ones from the ravages of cancer, or how it can at least lessen the impact. I write because I must, because I have no other choice.
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HCQ for COVID-19 and Cancer