Twitter Shadowbanned Dr. Doug Deibele D.M.D. tweets: Here’s Everything We Know

Twitter Shadowbanned Dr. Doug Deibele D.M.D. tweets: Here's Everything We Know

Dr. Doug Deibele shared something about the COVID-19 cure which is shadowbanned by Twitter and didn’t reach the majority of the users on the platform. He shared a link of Google Docs which features the study of Dr. Zev Zelenko, MD, a prominent doctor in New York City.

Twitter Shadowbanned Dr. Doug Deibele D.M.D. tweets: Here's Everything We Know

The link shared “My out-patient treatment regimen” which includes Hydroxychloroquine 200mg twice a day for 5 days, Azithromycin 500mg once a day for 5 days, and Zinc sulfate 220mg once a day for 5 days.

As per the information in the Google docs link, the doctor combined the data from China and South Korea with a study published from France. He revealed that hydroxychloroquine helps Zinc to enter the cell. Zinc slowdowns the viral replication within the cell. For azithromycin, he postulated it for the prevention of secondary bacterial infections.

Here is the screenshot of what you are going to see in the link:

Twitter Shadowbanned Dr. Doug Deibele D.M.D. tweets: Here's Everything We Know

The things that the doctor claimed don’t have any papers published or clinical trials to consider it as legit information. During the tough time of COVID-19, many people tried to spread the misinformation about the virus.

To stop it, social media networks have to take certain steps to stop all of these. The same is the case with Dr. Dough Deibele tweet. They work with following their Terms of use or rules.

Deibele once again shared the same info without any link on March 29, 2020, and right now, that particular tweet is pinned. But it also says “This tweet is unavailable” with a link to learn more.

Looking more into the tweet people replied, “Do you have any clinical trial to back this up from the Doctor? Any papers published?” Then Doug shared the link to Google docs then again someone replied, “This document doesn’t seem to be legit”.

In the end, there are no legit medical papers or publications and clinical trails reports available to support the claim done by Dr. Zev Zelenko.

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Amit Sharma
I'm an entertainment lover, traveler and loves to read and write on latest news and stories across the globe. I've 6 years of journalism experience and currently settled with The Courier Daily (TCD) as a full time journalist and content writer.


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