WHO ignores significant data, including several large clinical trials, while claiming insufficient evidence to recommend the use of ivermectin to prevent and treat COVID-19
The FDA consumer guidance statement admits that they have not reviewed data on the use of
Ivermectin to treat or to prevent COVID-19. However, the agency felt compelled to use language
to discourage any discourse and interest in using Ivermectin as a front-line treatment of COVID-19.
To do this is to ignore the growing body of scientific evidence from peer-reviewed research, over
40 medical trials, and results from Ivermectin’s use in medical settings worldwide, showing the
safe and effective use of the drug in fighting COVID-19.
I’m passing this on, but have no experience with GoodRX, but this reputable Dr. tried it and was able to purchase Ivermectin for a fraction of the cost compared to his pharmacy. If you have any experience with using GoodRX, let me know! email@example.com This is a long video. The part about getting Ivermectin cheaper…
Marlin Baker was about to be placed on a ventilator when he began to go downhill rapidly, suffering from COVID-19. His daughter saw Dr. Pierre Kory’s Senate testimony and read about the I-MASK+ Protocol, and asked the intensive care doctor if he would put her father on ivermectin. The doctor agreed, and Marlin’s turnaround was rapid and quite astounding. He walked out of the hospital a few days later. This is the Bakers’ true story.
So, YouTube, because they know better than we do, took down the original video! Do you believe that?!? A friend kindly found another link for me to it! However, it might get taken down as well. Amazing… These are sad times in which we live…
From the FLCCC: Yes, the ivermectin in both formulations is pharmacologically equivalent, however there is a difference in the amount of impurities contained within each. The human formulations have highly regulated and thus very low levels of impurities. We cannot recommend veterinary formulations given the lack of safety data around their use, however we are…
While COVID-19, the flu and the common cold share many of the same symptoms, there are usually some differences in how these symptoms appear. For example, cold and COVID-19 symptoms may come on gradually over time, whereas the flu’s onset is usually sudden. A person with the flu develops symptoms 1 to 4 days after infection. A person with COVID-19 typically develops symptoms 5 days after being infected, but symptoms can appear as early as 2 days after infection or as late as 14 days after infection.
“This lady was on a ventilator, literally on her deathbed, before she was given this drug,” Lorigo told The Buffalo News about Smentkiewicz, a Cheektowaga resident. “As far as we’re concerned, the judge’s order saved this woman’s life.”