WHO calls Indian medicine dangerous, scientists says' doesn't need your suggestion'

Jun 01 2020 02:45 PM
WHO calls Indian medicine dangerous, scientists says' doesn't need your suggestion'

Every country is taking effective steps like lockdown to end the epidemic corona. India has targeted the World Health Organization (WHO) in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic. This time India has indicated to the WHO with its new instructions and research that the country will now go alone in the fight against the coronavirus. The research and treatment which is necessary in the interest of the country will do the same. At the same time, the scientists of India have made it clear that they do not need the suggestion of WHO.

For your information, let us tell you that WHO had issued instructions to the member countries that the hydroxychloroquine drug may prove dangerous in the treatment of epidemic corona. Therefore, stop its trial. But Indian scientists have not only researched this medicine but have told the doctors of the country that this medicine can be avoided in the treatment of Coronavirus. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has said in its latest research that there has been a decrease in the risk of coronavirus infection when taking hydroxychloroquine drugs.

On this matter, an official of the Union Health Ministry said that in fact, scientists and pharmaceutical companies of most western countries are always trying to degrade the treatment of India's very cheap medicines. Treatment of coronavirus is possible with hydroxychloroquine designed to prevent malaria. If the use of this cheap medicine to protect against coronavirus increases, then the pharmaceutical companies of western countries have a loss of crores of rupees. This is the reason that their lobby wants to stop all trials of hydroxychloroquine by putting pressure on WHO.

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