Chloroquine improves survival & recovery following lethal low dose- rate radiation

And now, ladies and gentlemen of the jury: a scientific study from 2013 describing one use of chloroquine, the medicine that has been proving effective against the coronavirus. Is the success of chloroquine due to its effect on the virus? Or is it possible that chloroquine is actually countering the effects of 5G radiation?

Chloroquine improves survival and hematopoietic recovery following lethal low dose- rate radiation

Abstract

Purpose

We have previously shown that the anti-malarial agent chloroquine can abrogate the lethal cellular effects of low dose-rate (LDR) radiation in vitro, most likely by activating the ataxia-telangiectasia mutated (ATM) protein. Here, we demonstrate that chloroquine treatment also protects against lethal doses of LDR radiation in vivo

Read more at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3388169/

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