According to the results of a Canadian study, a drug has been discovered that reduces mortality from the virus by tens of percent. • Researcher Moshe Rogoznicki: "This proves that there are solutions to the plague at hand"
Is there a cure for corona?
Colchicine, a drug commonly used to treat gout and Mediterranean fever, has been shown to be effective in treating corona, according to a study called Cole-Corona in Canada.
The results of the study, conducted by the Quebec Heart Institute, showed that colchicine use reduced the chance of hospitalization by 25%, the need for respiration by 50%, and mortality by 44%.
4,500 participants from Canada, the United States, Europe, South America, and South Africa participated in the international study, which included patients who had at least one risk of coronary entrapment.
Participants, who were diagnosed as validated by a pen test, received a 0.5 mg colchicine pill twice a day for three days, and then took one pill for 27 days. In contrast, in the control group, they received a placebo for 30 days.
Researcher Moshe Rogoznicki, director of the MedInsight research institute, welcomed the results: "This study shows that Corona solutions are within reach, and that it is possible to make them accessible to patients in the early stages of the disease, while at home, thus preventing much of the burden on hospitals."
He added: "Beyond the effectiveness of the Corona drug in Corona, which is to be welcomed, the study shows the need for government donations for studies to change the labels of generic drugs that no commercial entities are interested in making. The interest in effective community care is clearly needed. "Israel will allocate resources to this - to save the lives of Corona patients and prevent the collapse of the hospital system."