Dr. Stella Immanuel is a Doctor in American who has gone viral for stating that hydroxychloroquine can cure COVID-19.
The Doctor who studied Medicine between 1984 and 1990 in Nigeria is advocating for the hydroxychloroquine despite the fact that it has not been approved by the World Health Organisation.
In fact, Dr. Stella Immanuel unequivocally states that she has treated over 350 people in the early stages of coronavirus with hydroxychloroquine.
Hydroxychloroquine works if given early. President Trump we are with you. Many of us doctors know it and have used it. Don’t stop speaking up for us. @realDonaldTrump @MarkMeadows @TuckerCarlson @IngrahamAngle @DonaldJTrumpJr @POTUS @VP @GovMikeHuckabee @PastorBroden
— Stella Immanuel MD (@stella_immanuel) April 27, 2020
Stella Immanuel had previously advocated for the use of the drug as shown in this tweet: “Hydroxychloroquine works if given early. President Trump, we are with you. Many of us doctors know it and have used it. Don’t stop speaking up for us.”
So what do we know about Dr. Immanuel Stella? Here are some facts about the Nigerian American Doctor pushing for the use of Hydroxychloroquine to cure COVID-19:
1.) Immanuel Studied Medicine in Nigeria & Has Practiced Medicine in Texas & Louisiana. Immanuel studied medicine at the University of Calabar in Calabar in southeastern Nigeria. Immanuel attended the school between 1984 and 1990. Since October 2019, Immanuel has been a physician at the Rehoboth Medical Center in Houston. In November 1998, Immanuel began working as a pediatrician at Southern Pediatric Clinic in Alexandria, Louisiana.
2.) She is a Minister who founded Fire Power Ministries and she is originally from Cameroun and attended school in Nigeria. Her opinions to many are controversial.
WE NEED YOUR HELP.
We are being attacked, ridiculed and discredited. We need our patients to SPEAK UP.
— Stella Immanuel MD (@stella_immanuel) July 28, 2020
According to Worldometer, there 16,813,865 cases of COVID-19 worldwide, 660,870 patients have died, and 10,350,343 patients have recovered.