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Malaria Prevention and Treatment – CDC Guidance

With malaria cases now confirmed in at least two U.S. states (Florida and Texas), we thought our readers might find it useful to know what the CDC recommended in the past…. and continues recommending today, for prevention and treatment of this mosquito-borne disease:  Hydroxychloroquine

Yep. The cheap, generic drug that the world was told could kill if used to treat COVID, somehow remained completely safe to take for other ailments and diseases, including malaria. Save a copy of the CDC document:

Here are the money quotes from the 2017 guidance:

“Hydroxychloroquine can be prescribed to adults and children of all ages. It can also be safely taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers.”


CDC has no limits on the use of hydroxychloroquine for the prevention of malaria. When hydroxychloroquine is used at higher doses for many years, a rare eye condition called retinopathy has occurred. People who take hydroxychloroquine for more than five years should get regular eye exams.

As more malaria cases begin to surface, it will be interesting to see if the fake stigma around HCQ will lift and we will see the drug in wide use, or if they will force the use of newer, more expensive drugs.

If you lost parents, children, brothers or sisters, friends, or colleagues as a result of the pandemic, or have been impacted by the vaccines, the mandates, the lockdowns, or the extended disruption of schooling, know that most, if not all of it, was completely avoidable, but for the quest for power and profit$.

If the National Pandemic Plan had been followed, early-use therapeutics such as HCQ were to have been distributed to the masses. Sniffles? Get free HCQ at the pharmacy drive-thru and get better AT HOME. Instead, federal health officials followed a different plan and ruled no HCQ until you were hospitalized. But by that time, the disease had progressed to such a point that the active mechanisms of the drug were significantly less effective. Think of it like taking Beano the day after a big meal. It’s not doing much.

They (CDC/FDA/NIH) knew HCQ was safe. It had been sold OTC around the world for decades. And now there are HUNDREDS of controlled studies (see below) showing ~62% improvement when HCQ is used EARLY in the treatment of COVID. This means many many many lives could have been saved if the National Pandemic Plan had been followed, if vitriolic hatred for one man had been set aside, and if TPTB actually followed the science… The pre-pandemic science.

Never forget what was taken from you.See the studies below:

And the companion site dealing with Ivermectin studies:


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