DR. MEHMET OZ: So, there’s several different approaches. The one that was studied by the French was based on the experience that was in China, the Israelis have tried this tactic as well, and it’s being used quietly in some places, I am told. But in this country, because these are repurposed drugs that were originally used for different ailments, we have not been exposed to this possibility. But here's the deal: You take a drug that was used for malaria, originally approved in 1955 -- we use it right now for autoimmune problems, rheumatoid arthritis, and other conditions. You take that drug and you mix it with a drug like Z-pak, which is an antibiotic that seems to have some antiviral activity, and that combination gives you the results I spoke of earlier. Again, I’m just briefly saying, it halves dramatically the amount of virus particles and ultimately shuts down the virus in your body within six days.