Dr Been: interview Adam Gaertner
I highly respect dr Mobeen, although sometimes it goes a little over my head. Heavy on cell biology, immunology and biochemistry, but through his drawing skills it becomes as understandible as possible for the educated layman.
Since I am really enthousiastic about Ivermectin prophylaxis (have even given eye dropper bottles as present to my loved ones and friends) this interview was of great interest to me:
Adam Gaertner is not a great speaker, and might have some minor neurological disabilities. I do find this interview worthwhile though, although some conclusions were less than clear*. Some comments were quite negative, but I don’t think dr Mobeen would invite 2nd tier researchers. But as is, it needs more work and some competent review…
* What seems to be most unclear is the recommended dosage. The dosage for prophylaxis seems way to high! However, ivermectin, HCQ+ zinc, and possibly artemisia prophylaxis, seems to me the way out.
I can assure you I do not have any neurological disabilities. 😂
Prophylaxis is once per week at the same dose as is required curatively, based on the pharmacokinetics of IVM, COVID pathology, and the experience of a great many front line professionals. There is plenty of research and work that has been done already; the WHO has previously endorsed the drug for mass distribution, as concerns safety; and the only thing left to do now is to put it into widescale use against COVID.
You can browse my Twitter to find some of the multitudes of studies that have been done, @veryvirology.
Thank you sir. I have ADHD myself, so no insult intended. For now I do ivermectin prophylaxis the same way as for river blindness. If I would start showing symptoms I would take another dose. (Of course I try to keep my zinc (+ quercetine) an vitamin D topped up).