MedCram Featured in Bloomberg — “YouTube Virus Misinformation Fight Trips on Drug Touted by Trump”

This week, MedCram and our co-founders — Dr. Seheult and Kyle Allred — were featured in this Bloomberg article, articulating the effects of the YouTube crusade against COVID-19 “misinformation,” or information “not aligned” with current WHO recommendations.


Allred and Dr. Seheult had the opportunity to speak with Bloomberg about the nuances in the new information and research related to the prevention and treatment for the COVID-19 pandemic. This conversation stemmed from the recent removal of five COVID-19 update videos from the MedCram YouTube channel. After a reporter from Bloomberg reached out to YouTube for comment, they said the removal was a “mistake” and the videos have been restored. This article highlights some of the problems, challenges, and collateral damage for social media companies that engage in censorship of education videos. As always, Dr. Seheult and the team at MedCram strive to review new information from peer-reviewed journals and pre-print publications in an unbiased (and non-political) way.


Check out the full article here, as well as the full, always uncensored library of MedCram videos available on our website.


  1. Thomas Tessaro on June 16, 2020 at 12:49 pm

    Can you review the study just released (~16June2020) stating hydroxychloroquine does not help with covid-19, and the FDA revoking emergency use of hydroxychloroquine for covid-19?

    • Susan Williams on July 25, 2020 at 4:02 pm

      Re: Update 59. Thank you for your openness in this update. After calling my doctor, I started doing your regimen plus a Multi (Centrum for Seniors).

      Do you also take a Multi. Do you have any changes to your regimen?

      Susan C. Williams

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