Yes, I did.
The cocktail of drugs he received does seem to have worked for him.
Since about 97% of those infected do recover naturally, they can't say with certainty that he recovered because of the treatment.
The other issue is that this study was a fairly small study. Less than 300 patients.
The death rate for COVID19 is at about 3%. If a larger study, like say 1,000 patients were to have a negative effect on more than 3%, like say 10%, and we don't know why, we could inadvertently kill more people than the virus itself.
That's why Dr's need to know who can and who can't receive the treatment before it's approved for general use.
It would be politically, and even financially advantageous for some to declare we have a cure, but scientists can't allow that to influence their decision. That could have disastrous results.
This situation kind of reminds me of disaster movies in which there is someone that jumps to a conclusion inspired by politics, greed, or fear, reacts, and then a bunch of people die.
We have to let the scientists and Drs. do their thing.
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