The legacy of New York physician Vladimir Zelenko, who passed away last week at the age of 49, will be that he saved the lives of more than 7,000 COVID-19 patients with his hydroxychloroquine protocol. Of this number, only three died.

In an interview in February, Zelenko said that as Anthony Fauci dithered, “850,000 Americans [died], and we could have prevented probably 730,000 of them from even going to the hospital and ended this pandemic globally.” What was the response of the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institutes for Health? That Zelenko used “an unproven and ineffective drug.” And the mainstream went along with this line.

Perhaps someday these people will come forward with the truth about hydroxychloroquine, which, along with ivermectin, is in fact a proven and highly effective drug that has saved the lives of millions around the world.



ROGER GARRISON

Pompano, Florida

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