https://www.freep.com/story/news/lo...onavirus-hydroxychloroquine-trump/2955430001/ Asked whether she thinks Trump may have saved her life, Whitsett said: "Yes, I do," and "I do thank him for that." https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2020/04/06/coronavirus-covid-19-hydroxychloroquine-james-cannizzaro/ “The drug saved my life.” The 58-year-old had mild asthma and was otherwise healthy. He said he believes he got lucky with the experimental drug, because he was seriously sick early on. When asked if he has thought about what might have happened if the doctor had not given him that drug, he said, “I think it would have been lights out, I gotta be honest with you.” https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/ma...ays-hydroxychloroquine-azithromycin-saved-him Jim Santilli said it helped him and he believes it could help others, too. "I was struggling to breathe. I felt like I was slowly drowning and I was sitting there thinking I'm not going to make it until midnight," he said. Santilli says the experimental drugs Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin brought him back from the brink. The 38-year old was prescribed the drugs a little more than a week ago at Henry Ford Macomb where he was hospitalized for COVID-19. He says a doctor told him they'd exhausted treatment options. An infectious disease physician recommended he try both. "He stated at that point for COVID-19 patients they saw a lot of positive results in China and South Korea it would be advantageous to try it," Santilli said. "Right away I saw improvements in a few hours: the gasping for air stopped; a lot of my symptoms went away, and really it was a turning point almost a 180 degree turn as to what I was experiencing."