Do you consider maybe it was because their weren’t the glaring issues with them? Feel free to go back and check to see if the difference in their test groups had an average age difference of 6 years. They didn’t. Why would I criticize something that is non-existent? And for the record, when there was a study from Brazil (I believe) that found that HCQ was causing horrible heart conditions, I did mention that the dosage rates they were using were twice the normal suggested dosage.
It’s also important to mention that those with heart conditions were automatically not placed on HCQ in the Henry Ford study....are we really surprised that an older AND less healthy group are more likely to die? This clearly was not a gold standard study,