Read this to figure out if your physician has some sketchy beliefs not supported by science. Illness is caused by demon sex, for example.
Anti-abortion congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) is suddenly very pro-choice about his decision to take hydroxychloroquine.
There's "no evidence" to show the anti-malarial drug is effective in treating COVID-19, Adm. Brett Giroir said.
"I know nothing about her," but her voice should be heard, Trump said of minister-physician Stella Immanuel, who calls hydroxychloroquine a COVID-19 cure.
Members of America's Frontline Doctors group stated that they discussed the unproven drug hydroxychloroquine with the vice president.
The top U.S. infectious disease expert, responding to Trump's latest touting of the drug, cites clinical trials that have found it ineffective.
President Donald Trump and his allies continue to falsely tout the anti-malarial drug as a COVID-19 treatment, despite scant concrete evidence of its efficacy.
Frustrated with his low approval ratings, the president is once again leaning in to hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment.
The president retweeted criticism of the infectious diseases expert for urging caution on drugs like hydroxychloroquine, which Trump resumed promoting.
President Donald Trump retweeted a video pushing hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus cure, but it was later yanked from social media websites for falsehoods.