WARNING UPDATE: Though several studies suggest Ivermectin may be an effective treatment for COVID, there is increasing evidence that people are self-medicating with the drug, overdosing and poisoning themselves. This is a drug, and should not be taken without a doctor’s prescription. READ: Kansas medical experts warn against rising self-use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19 AND CDC warns of increased Ivermectin overdoses
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Ivermectin is a drug that has been used for decades to fight parasites, including head lice. Several countries are also reporting it is an effective treatment in fighting COVID.
A new study, that included several government scientists, concluded that Ivermectin not only stops people from getting COVID, but is also an effective treatment once they contract the virus.
The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance did an intensive review of several findings reporting Ivermectin’s effectiveness in fighting COVID, and applied methodologies to those studies approved by WHO, and as well American and European agencies.
The group concluded that ivermectin is not only effective in preventing COVID, but curing those who contracted it.
This included analyzing randomized studies involving over 2,500 people, that reported a significantly reduced risk of contracting COVID for those taking Ivermectin.
They also studied its effectiveness once a person had contracted COVID.
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Those findings reveal treating COVID-19 patients with ivermectin resulted in large drops in coronavirus deaths. The recovery time from an infection and the time it takes to clear COVID from someone’s system also saw significant reductions among patients on ivermectin.
In addition to fighting COVID, several studies are in the works looking at Ivermectin’s effectiveness in dealing with malaria and other viral diseases such as chikungunya and yellow fever.