Military Roots of Wonder Drug HCQ

In the early 1700s in what is now modern-day Peru, the Spanish learned that Quechea tribesmen would strip the bark off of cinchona trees and grind it into a powder to use in the treatment of fever-related shivering. It didn’t take long for the Spanish to start using the treatment, whose active ingredient is quinine, … Continue reading Military Roots of Wonder Drug HCQ