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Medical research suggests that Trump has side effects from hydroxychloroquine

June 4, 2020

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has not experienced any immediate side effects from the use of hydroxychloroquine, a drug commonly used for malaria, which the US President has used as a preventative measure against the coronavirus despite the lack of evidence. according to the latest medical research.

The White House released the results of these tests on Wednesday, which ran between November 2019 and April 2020, and showed that the president is “still healthy,” according to personal doctor Sean Conley’s report, gathered from local media.

Blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure values ​​are within the normal range, although Trump has gained half a kilo and is now at 110.5. At 1.90 meters, the president has a body mass index of 30.49, which is above the threshold of 30, according to which experts determine clinical obesity.

Medical research suggests that Trump has side effects from hydroxychloroquineMedical research suggests that Trump has side effects from hydroxychloroquine

It was precisely the President’s obesity that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi used as an argument to recently warn him of the risks of using hydroxychloroquine. However, the White House tenant ended his two-week medication “safely and without side effects,” as his doctor said.