Fauci made this declaration a day after President Donald Trump again promoted the use of hydroxychloroquine as a cure, as well as other COVID-19 misinformation, in a series of tweets. This virus has a cure - It is called hydroxychloroquine.
The Houston Chronicle reports that the mother of one of Immanuel's patients, Leslie Norvell, alleged in 2019 that the doctor ignored her daughter's complaints that a meth needle had broken off in her arm.
But the guild said in a statement signed by its president on Tuesday, Olufemi Babalola, a professor of ophthalmology, that the claims are unsubstantiated and has no scientific evidence. I'm here because I have personally treated over 350 patients with COVID-19.
Trump said: "I don't know which country she comes from, but she said that she's had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients".More news: United States lawmakers grill big tech CEOs at House antitrust hearing
At a news conference in Washington D.C., Immanuel insisted that three drugs were effective against the virus.
Mr Trump, too, has been an ardent promoter of hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 cure theory, much to the consternation of medical experts.
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed that Donald Trump Jr.'s account will have limited functionality for 12 hours, and the social media site deleted his tweet sharing a video that appeared to show doctors discussing the benefits of the drug for COVID-19 patients. "I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her".
The clip, which now has been removed from the microblogging website, featured a group of people who claimed to be "America's Frontline Doctors" and stated that neither masks nor lockdowns were required to fight the ongoing pandemic.More news: Norris to use helmet designed by young fan for F1 British GP
But there's one more commonality between President Trump and Dr. Immanuel - both have a history of making weird claims on medical and other issues.
However Ms Immanuel has also reportedly claimed that alien DNA is used in medical treatments, scientists are creating a vaccine to inoculate people against being religious, and also warns of the effects of having sexual relations with demons while dreaming. She was part of an event dubbed the White Coat Summit, organized by the Tea Party Patriots and attended by a few doctors who don't believe the medical consensus on the coronavirus.
Moreover, Stella allegedly said that the government is not run by human beings but "by 'reptilians and other aliens", as The Daily Beast reported. The latest quack is yet another character in this theater of the absurd.More news: The head of the who pandemic and coronavirus in the world increases