A cheap drug that treats cholesterol reduces Covid infection by 70% in lab studies in the UK.

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Since it is cheap and taken orally the drug could be a real game-changer for every country but the United States where Fauci and the CDC will ban it.

The researchers published their findings in the Frontiers in Pharmacology journal on Friday. Fenofibrate and fenofibric acid significantly reduced Covid infection.

Dr. Elisa Vicenzi of the San Raffaele Scientific Institute in Milan said:

“Our data indicates that fenofibrate may have the potential to reduce the severity of COVID-19 symptoms and also virus spread. Given that fenofibrate is an oral drug which is very cheap and available worldwide, together with its extensive history of clinical use and its good safety profile, our data has global implications.”

Fox News reported:

A drug meant to treat cholesterol was found to reduce coronavirus infection by 70% in lab studies, with researchers calling for additional clinical trials among hospitalized COVID-19 patients.

The team called for added clinical trials to explore the use of the drug as a potential COVID-19 therapy while noting studies are ongoing at the University of Pennsylvania and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dr. Farhat Khanim of the University of Birmingham and the corresponding study author cited viral variants spurring rising infection rates and deaths in countries around the world.

“Whilst vaccine programs will hopefully reduce infection rates and virus spread in the longer term, there is still an urgent need to expand our arsenal of drugs to treat SARS-CoV-2-positive patients,” Khanim wrote.

Another author noted that significant proportions of populations in most low-and-middle countries will likely go unvaccinated until 2022.

“Whilst vaccination has been shown to reduce infection rates and severity of disease, we are as yet unsure of the strength and duration of the response. Therapies are still urgently needed to manage COVID-19 patients who develop symptoms or require hospitalisation,” Dr Alan Richardson, of Keele University in the UK, wrote in part.

They suggest that the drug works by inhibiting the harmful overproduction of cytokines tied to coronavirus infection.

The drug treats airway inflammation, as well as inhibits blood clots found in some COVID patients.


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