LOU DOBBS (HOST): Researchers in Japan and Australia say they have found, they think, new ways to effectively treat the Wuhan virus patients. In Australia, a team at University of Queensland says a combination of chloroquine, an antimalaria drug, and Kaletra, which treats HIV, have in combination helped some patients with the Wuhan virus recover. A subsidiary of Fuji Film in Japan has a new drug. It causes, reportedly, patients to test negative for the virus in just four days. Much more to be learned, but at least these companies are making extraordinary strides.