When a 63-year-old Virginia woman, Kathleen Davies, came down with a severe case of COVID in October, she was admitted to hospital and has been on a ventilator since Nov 3, 2021.
Hong Kong resident, Sum Ng, 79, was visiting the United States in October to celebrate his granddaughter’s first birthday when he contracted a severe case of COVID, requiring hospitalization and a ventilator.
In this video, Dr John Campbell does an analysis of Pfizer’s new COVID drug that appears to successfully treat COVID and compares it with Ivermectin. He suggests the two drugs work in similar ways.
COVID was running rampant in Indonesia, when the government approved Ivermectin as treatment for the virus. The drug that CNN infamously labelled a horse de-wormer, but has been used by millions of people around the world. The drug that only costs a couple bucks for a full treatment, which is probably the biggest issue. It is also a drug that the medical elite can’t take credit for developing in the battle against COVID. This is not to suggest that Ivermectin was the sole reason for the decline, but according to the Gateway Pundit what happened in Indonesia has apparently irritated the health experts who are busy insisting this was not evidence that Ivermectin worked. I will let the chart speak for itself: When the Indonesian Food and Drug Monitoring Agency approved Ivermectin for COVID, it was reporting nearly 57,000 new COVID cases a day. READ: UPDATE: COVID-19 Cases Plummeted in Indonesia After Government Authorized IVERMECTIN For Treatment – Big Pharma Vaccines Made Little Difference AND Indonesia distributes medicines for free as daily Covid-19 infections soar …
With some in the mainstream media describing Ivermectin as a horse dewormer, in an effort to discredit the drug that some suggest is effective in treating COVID, WND reports that it was a shock to see Ivermectin listed on the National Institute of Health’s (NIH) website, as a possible drug to be used in fighting the virus.
ivermectin to patients that were in ICUs, and on ventilators because of COVID.
In an interview with CBN, one of Israel’s top doctors is urging more research on Ivermectin as a possible cure for COVID.
According to the Daily Wire, a report published in the Rolling Stone that rural hospitals in Oklahoma are so overrun with Ivermectin overdose patients that in some instances they were unable to treat other patients, has been called in to question.
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 it 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 Original Article continues here…. As the mainstream media and social media continue to bash Ivermectin, as an effective cure for COVID, studies are painting a different story. Not only is the drug showing to be a possible treatment for those who have caught the virus, a study published in a peer-reviewed medical journal concluded that Ivermectin may also be effective in preventing a person from catching COVID. And this study comes with an interesting twist, because it involved people working in the health care industry, who were on the front lines in the battle against COVID in India. The study, conducted by researchers from the ‘All India Institute of Medicine’, tested the …
According to an article in the Western Journal, another study is suggesting that ivermectin, a cheap, safe drug used to treat parasites, is effective in helping cure COVID.
According to a recent article in the Daily Mail, researchers from the University of Chicago are reporting that Masitinib, a cheap drug costing around US$3 per pill, may be an effective way of dealing with the COVID virus.
The Pasteur Institute, a world renowned medical research organization, based in Paris, France, recently released a study that Ivermectin, a cheap, safe drug used to fight parasites may be effective in combatting COVID.
Ivermectin, a drug that has been used for decades to fight parasites, including head lice, is both safe and cheap. Several countries are also reporting it is an effective treatment in fighting COVID.
Ivermectin is an old, cheap, safe, reliable drug that has been used for years to fight parasites in people and animals. Some are now claiming Ivermectin is also a highly effective treatment in fighting COVID, yet it is still being downplayed.