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Covid Deaths


Scooby Magic

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I believe most deaths attributed to covid are caused by the treatment, not the virus. For example, I read a story about a 28-year-old doctor who died battling the virus. They tried numerous treatments none worked. They discovered bleeding on the brain caused by the treatment and she died.
It's unfortunate but I don’t think the medical society has a clue how to treat the virus. Traditional methods obviously don’t work at all.
 

MentosCubing

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While it's certainly true that doctors haven't figured out an ideal way to treat the virus, I wouldn't go as far as to say that the treatments are killing more patients than the virus itself. There are always going to be some deaths caused that way, but that's a bold claim and I want to see some statistics before I agree.
 

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I believe most deaths attributed to covid are caused by the treatment, not the virus.
As long as you're stating this as a matter of opinion you're fine, but this would be an unfounded claim not backed by repetitive medical facts. As with any viral/infectious process, wide variances can be seen in individual morbidity. Immune health and underlying conditions contribute greatly to any given individuals course of treatment.

I read a story about a 28-year-old doctor who died battling the virus.
Can you link us to that story?

It's unfortunate but I don’t think the medical society has a clue how to treat the virus. Traditional methods obviously don’t work at all.
I completely disagree. Look at the numbers. What, if not treatment based on traditional methods, account for the survival rate being much higher than the death rate? Please, I mean no disrespect and based on ignorance, but I'm certain it's not the medical society that's clueless here.
 

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