About time tooKAJ wrote: ↑Sat Nov 06, 2021 1:44 pmControversial French doctor Raoult in disciplinary hearing over notorious Covid-19 tips
Have you considered stupidity as an explanation
From that linkjimbob wrote: ↑Sat Nov 06, 2021 9:15 pmAbout time tooKAJ wrote: ↑Sat Nov 06, 2021 1:44 pmControversial French doctor Raoult in disciplinary hearing over notorious Covid-19 tips
so it looks as if he won't be "struck off". ButThe disciplinary chamber, chaired by a magistrate, can decide on sanctions against the doctor ranging from a simple warning to a temporary suspension
I don't know if the retirement is only from that job or from all medical practice.Raoult must leave his job at the end of June at the latest due to retirement rules.
- After Pie
- Posts: 2544
- Joined: Mon Nov 11, 2019 4:24 pm
- Location: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
The (mostly) French outlet Mediapart reports that they have interviewed multiple people ar Raoult's hospital, who have described (a) a culture of fear, (b) precise details of how Raoult and his inner circle faked the results of the first HCQ trial, and (c) how videos of Raoult pontificating run on a loop on screens inside the hospital. Details here in two posts (use Deepl.com to translate, it's great).
Something something hammer something something nail
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 222301853XHydroxychloroquine was prescribed in hospitalised patients with Covid-19 despite of the low-level evidence.
Subsequently, HCQ use was associated with an 11% increase in the mortality rate in a meta-analysis of randomized trials.
The number of hydroxychloroquine related deaths in hospitalised patients is estimated at 16,990 in six countries.
These findings illustrate the hazard of drug repurposing with low-level evidence for the management of future pandemics.