SEAN HANNITY (HOST): I am looking at something in front of me that I find just amazing. It is from a Dr. Zelenko.
Doctor, wow. I mean I am just blown away by this. Dr. Zelenko joins us now, along with Dr. Brian McDonough. We'll try and get in a couple of medical calls this half hour. Dr. Zelenko thank you so much for joining us.
DR. VLADIMIR ZELENKO: Thank you, Sean.
HANNITY: So all of this is true. You have had a 100% success rate.
ZELENKO: Well, I define success as not having to go to the hospital since hospitals are overwhelmed right now. So I have treated aggressively these patients and I have seen remarkable results with -- the shortness of breath issue resolves within four to six hours.
HANNITY: Now you heard about this case from Florida. We have this guy going to join us at the top of the next hour. He was dying. He told his family goodbye. Doctors said there was nothing he could do. Last minute, he had somebody prescribe him pretty much your regimen. And he had a tough reaction in the beginning. They gave him some Benadryl. Anyway, after that, the next morning he woke up, I will quote his exact words because I was kind of stunned by it. He said it felt like nothing had ever happened. He could breathe again, it was back to normal. Are you seeing the same results?
ZELENKO: Not as dramatic, but they do get better.
ZELENKO: My rationale was instead of waiting and watching people get sicker, let me try -- thank you, President Trump, for approving this drug -- and combining some good ideas from other countries that have had experience with this.