Belated Ivermectin Update: Dr Kory & FLCCC
Latest Twitter update from FLCCC..
Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care
The British Ivermectin Recommendation Development (BIRD) panel— w/ dozens of multi-national scientists & doctors— convened Sat., & has now issued sweeping recommendations for the immediate global use of #ivermectin. Their findings have been sent to the @WHO
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The Evidence-based Medicine Consultancy Limited
The BIRD meeting video is now available on youtube https://lnkd.in/dgXbbRm. Download the public participation survey from http://e-bmc.co.uk and make your own judgments on the evidence. Your engagement in this important topic is appreciated! @Covid19Critical @Covid19Crusher
the evidence for Ivermectin & Scabies was much thinner than the evidence provided for Ivermectin & COVID19. You just have to see it. And the presentation is fantastic too. Dr. Kory is just so utterly authentic.
Dave thanks for the heads up about the FLCCC update.
This is the link to the segment where Dr Kory compares meta analysis of Ivermectin for scabies and for C19. The C19 studies are much more impressive.
The comparison between Ivermectin and Remdesivir is even more striking.
Yes, I saw it. Reminded me of when they were saying HCQ was far too dangerous to allow doctors to prescribe it outside of the hospital, where patients could be monitored for the dreaded Q/T prolongation.
Next thing you know, someone finds this (from the CDC no less):
Medicines for the Prevention of Malaria While Traveling Hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil)
Who can take hydroxychloroquine?
Hydroxychloroquine can be prescribed to adults and children of all ages. It can also be safely taken by pregnant women and nursing mothers.
Who should not take hydroxychloroquine?
People with psoriasis should not take hydroxychloroquine.
We live in interesting times!
I’m not old enough to remember but a little research tells us that many doctors (hired by big tobacco) kept telling the public all through the 50s and 60s that smoking was not bad for you. I’m sure no physicians today could possibly be bought, bribed or blackmailed into ignoring the data on ivermectin.
I agree with the gist of your post; however, who knew that smoking could actually be healthful? (Certainly, not the doctors of the ’50s / ’60s who were paid to say it wasn’t unhealthy.) It turns out that smokers are much less likely to die from Covid-19 than the general population. Why? Smoking converts some of the nicotine in tobacco into nicotinic acid. Nicotinic acid is what makes up Vitamin B-3.
If you want to avoid the bleary eyes, bad breath, stinky car, and burn holes in clothes and furniture, just take a Vitamin B-3 tablet instead … and enjoy the flush. (Flushing is caused by vasodilation that “flushes” blood to your skin.) Just make sure the Vitamin B-3 is composed of nicotinic acid and not formulations of nicotinamide or inositol hexaniacinate. If it is listed as “flush-free,” it isn’t pure nicotinic acid.
[Note: I’m not a medical professional at all. I’ve read information listed on other pages on this site and followed up to sufficiently satisfy my need to inform myself. I take a 500 mg Vitamin B-3 tablet with my other vitamin and mineral supplements every morning. The “flush” was uncomfortable at first, but became a pleasant experience after a few weeks of the daily regimen. So far, I haven’t even had a sniffle this cold season.]
Thanks for that link to the BIRD meeting video. For me the most striking bit of new information was the cost information on “healthcare”.
* 5-10% of COVID19 infections require hospitalization
* 25% of hospitalizations require ICU
* Cost of one day in ICU in the UK: 4520 (pounds)
* Cost of one day in hospital in the US: $7207. Cost of one day in ICU in the US: $33,247.
Now that’s a whole lot of reasons to avoid treating the outpatients. The plunge in revenue to hospitals would be just catastrophic.
“many doctors (hired by big tobacco) kept telling the public all through the 50s and 60s that smoking was not bad for you.”
I’m shocked, shocked I tell you!
“I’m sure no physicians today could possibly be bought, bribed or blackmailed into ignoring the data on ivermectin.”
Indubitably. For we’ve “progressed.” Humanity has “evolved.”
People don’t lie for money anymore in our shiny techno paradise. </sarc>
Hmmm. What did the other 55% smoke? I bet it was another brand.
Oh, and what about the lungs?
Were people really that stupid?
The chinks are coming too slowly.
Agreed with both of the following.
He’s the highest paid US public employee and has a responsibility to the public that pays his salary. He’s shirking that responsibility! As a result, 10s to 100s of thousands of people have needlessly died.
So I owe Chris. Wherever he is, and whatever he is doing, for whatever reason, I wish him the best.
Follow the Science, right?
I’d be remiss if I didn’t contribute a video to the subject matter at hand. There were also several store-size posters along the same line. Ironically, I still see medical staff outside their buildings sneaking a smoke.
(circa 1950’s, ~1 min.)
If you’re into a little humour, this is a favorite scene from a funny (IMO) movie. (<30 sec.)