Teen Challenge co-founder given hydroxychloroquine, recovers from COVID-19 at 80-years-old

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(CBN) President Trump and others continue to promote the anti-malaria medication hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19. Scientists warn it needs more testing before it’s proven safe and effective, but as physicians begin to prescribe the medication, success stories are rolling in.

Pastor Don Wilkerson, the co-founder of Teen Challenge and the brother of the late David Wilkerson from The Cross and the Switchblade fame, started feeling sick after a trip to his organization’s Brooklyn chapter in early March.

“I got pneumonia, I could hardly walk, or talk; she couldn’t understand me very well,” he told CBN News.

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