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Ivermectin for the treatment and prevention of COVID-19

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28 minutes ago, PeteMoss said:

27:  I am not trying to be an a$$ when I ask this:

Are you personally using Ivermectin ?

I understand. I personally know people who have had COVID-19 and have taken it with AMAZING results. Like complete 180 degree turnaround.  I haven’t had COVID. LUCKILY, nobody in my family has had it. God forbid, if they do get it...I keep it on hand and they’re going to take it. So will I

I look at it as an insurance policy. 

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Mar 5, 2021  [Europe]
Ivermectin is now in official COVID-19 use in 2 European countries:  Czech Republic and  Slovakia.

PUBLIC STATEMENT | March 7, 2021

FLCCC Alliance Statement on Misleading FDA Guidance on Ivermectin

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), a group of highly published, world-renowned critical care physicians and scholars, is troubled by the recently updated consumer guidance on Ivermectin from the FDA. The guidance from the FDA is misleading and has the potential to raise unwarranted concern over an important drug in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.

https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/FLCCC-Alliance-Statement-on-Misleading-FDA-Guidance-on-Ivermectin-March7-2021.pdf

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Global Medical & Scientific Authorities Warn Governments on the Consequences of Inaction on Ivermectin for COVID-19


The experts also discussed the extensive body of science showing ivermectin as a safe and effective preventative and treatment for COVID-19. "Why wait? The drug is very safe, and it could crush the pandemic in a few weeks. It is beyond absurd to delay its use and ask for even more data," said Marc Wathelet, Ph.D., Molecular and cellular biologist, Coronavirus specialist from Belgium.

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/537122697/global-medical-scientific-authorities-warn-governments-on-the-consequences-of-inaction-on-ivermectin-for-covid-19?r=par-W1KVy6uuguDaOr

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Dr. Arezo Fathie, an internist and pediatrician in Las Vegas, believes that the world medical community that keeps waiting and asking for more studies on the efficacy of ivermectin to prevent and treat COVID-19 is a kind of “intellectual starvation” that is killing people by the thousands. “Doing nothing is doing harm,” she says. This is her true story.

 

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When Sue Dickinson, became critically ill with COVID-19, her daughters asked the intensive care doctor to try Ivermectin for their mom. They had conducted research on the medicine that was saving other critically ill patients from COVID-19. When the doctor refused, they contacted a lawyer to obtain a court order to compel the hospital to do so. What happened next was astounding.

 

 

 

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Here's a good piece on ivermectin use in India:

Is Ivermectin the New Penicillin?

Ivermectin has been called one of the 3 most important medicines ever invented, along with aspirin and penicillin, but the greedy fuckers at PHARMA are blatantly killing people by pushing their ineffective-yet-on-patent bullshit. For the fucking money.

 

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For those interested. there is a discussion in a few hours hosted by Bret Weinstein.If you don't recall. he's the professor who was stalked by his students at Evergreen college in Washington State.

 

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I don't understand why anyone would experiment with a horse pill used to treat internal parasite infections (Ivermectin) as an anti-viral drug instead of just getting the free purpose-designed inoculations.  

 

They'll let you wear your tin-foil hat, I'm sure.

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15 minutes ago, FormerSomeone said:

I don't understand why anyone would experiment with a horse pill used to treat internal parasite infections (Ivermectin) as an anti-viral drug instead of just getting the free purpose-designed inoculations.  

 

They'll let you wear your tin-foil hat, I'm sure.

To repeat, Ivermectin has been prescribed for humans for many decades, Millions of doses with no side effects. Specific protocols for Ivermectin use to prevent and treat Covid have been developed by top scientists and doctors. Ivermectin is not suggested to replace Covid vaccines. It is recommended as a bridge until one gets vaccinated. Fact.

https://covid19criticalcare.com/

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4 hours ago, FormerSomeone said:

I don't understand why anyone would experiment with a horse pill used to treat internal parasite infections (Ivermectin) as an anti-viral drug instead of just getting the free purpose-designed inoculations.  

They'll let you wear your tin-foil hat, I'm sure.

Warfarin is used as a blood thinner for humans and as a drug to kill mice and rats. 

 

https://startsat60.com/media/health/warfarin-the-blood-thinner-thats-still-used-as-a-rat-killer

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Other than on Democrat Party Propaganda Media there seems to be an awful lot President Trump was right about . Waaaaay too many things.

Now, about that voting fraud thing ......

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A Cochrane-standard (=highest) review and meta-analysis of Ivermectin against Covid-19 by Bryant-Lawrie, now peer-reviewed and published, concludes that the evidence justify the global adoption.
 

https://journals.lww.com/americantherapeutics/Abstract/9000/Ivermectin_for_Prevention_and_Treatment_of.98040.aspx

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