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Will the coronavirus become weaker and gradually disappear?

Dr. Yan talks about whether the coronavirus may become weaker and gradually disappear, and how to overcome this virus


Dr Yan we have a question from one of our audience members, it’s question number 9 for the avn crew and the question is: since covid 19 is still roaming around the country and not acting like a seasonal flu, does that mean it might be getting weaker and burning itself out? And I think she’s probably referencing perhaps the history of SARS-1 and i wondered if you could talk about that sort of potential decay of the virus?

Dr Yan:

Okay, so first i want to tell our audience that, yes, they have this idea because their idea based on this virus is some virus that comes from nature after the natural evolution, and finally this virus pathogen meets the host here. It means humans because humans are shown to be the best hosts in the world for SARS-CoV-2, but this thing’s based on the law of nature. And here we are talking about something special. We didn’t see this virus on the other natural kind of character like we see before. And according to what I said before, we analyse the genome and we see the evidence this virus actually is definitely not come from nature and it’s already been modified through the lab, those kinds of techniques.   ······ [Read more] “Will the coronavirus become weaker and gradually disappear?”

The Past and Present of HCQ

Written by Gravitational Wave

It is probably the first time in modern history that a kind of medicine is stigmatized as a victim of politic game. Yes, you know what I am going to talk about, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). It is a long story. Please read it patiently, I believe you will come to your own judgment.

Antimalarials have been used as slow-acting drugs to treat rheumatism for more than a century. It originated from the bark of Cinchona tree in Peru. In 1820, two French pharmacists successfully extracted quinine, the earliest antimalarial drug in history, from the bark of cinchona. In 1894, a physician in London, England, used quinine to treat discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) for the first time and achieved remarkable results. This was the first time that scientists used antimalarials to treat immune diseases.

Chloroquine is a chemically synthesized antimalarial drug based on quinine. With the development of science, scientists have discovered that chloroquine has obvious toxic and side effects while exerting therapeutic effects.So, in 1944, scientists developed a new type of antimalarial drug, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), based on chloroquine. The difference between it and chloroquine is that a hydroxyl group is added to chloroquine, which has similar therapeutic effects but significantly reduces side effects.

Since then, hydroxychloroquine has been widely used as an immunosuppressant in the treatment of rheumatic diseases.  ······ [Read more] “The Past and Present of HCQ”