Dr Campbell IVM

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  • Tue, Nov 09, 2021 - 09:30am

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    Kathy

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    Dr Campbell IVM

Great video explaining how IVM works, lots of supporting data.

Watch it before it is pulled





Kathy

  • Tue, Nov 09, 2021 - 10:12am

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    Mr. Michael

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    Dr Campbell IVM

Great video, thank you.

After having watched him quite a bit in 2020 it feels like his eyes have been permanently opened.

  • Tue, Nov 09, 2021 - 10:22am

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    Dr Campbell IVM

REALLY great video, another good doc sticking his neck out for humanity.Wow.

Great find Kathy.

  • Tue, Nov 09, 2021 - 10:41am

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    Mike from Jersey

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Wow.

After showing Ivermectin is clearly superior to and vastly cheaper than the recent Pfizer drug, he says:

Quote: “To world leaders, you are not a horse or a cow. You are human beings with  human intellects. Start using it to save lives.”

Wow.

Campbell started out, a year ago, being very supportive of government and corporate responses to the pandemic. Now that he sees what is happening, he is calling them out for being the hypocrites that they are.

  • Tue, Nov 09, 2021 - 12:42pm

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    Bill in La Mesa

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    Dr Campbell IVM

Dr John’s papers show the proteolytic inhibition activity of IVM, & the papers show the concentrations at which this occurred, but I’m curious about the doses needed to achieve the concentrations for effectiveness.

This is the complaint made about the Australian in vitro research…  The required concentrations were far too high to achieve by oral dosing.

What we need is an expert on physiopathology (cough cough, hint hint) to explain to us whether these papers accurately describe achievable concentrations through oral dosing.

  • Tue, Nov 09, 2021 - 02:46pm

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    GardensAreGreat

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The paper John referenced showed 80% inhibition of the enzyme at 50uM concentration.  That’s a pretty high concentration.

For you science geeks, IVM has a molecular weight of 875 g/mole. 15 mg of ivermectin /875 g = 17 umoles. Now, if the 17umoles was EQUALLY distributed throughout the body, that would end up being a really low concentration ( in the ballpark of 0.2 umolar). A concentration less than 1% of what was effective in the paper.

However, we don’t know what the concentration is where the virus is hanging out. I would guess that ivermection is not hanging out in my bones, or my hair. Maybe it doesn’t go to my skeletal muscle or my skin, either.  Or to my fat cells. Just maybe IVM likes epithelial cells just like SARS CoV2. So entirely possible that the concentration is high enough to have at least some effect on the virus.

For crying out loud we spent 19 billion on Operation Warp speed to make vaccines. Can’t we spend a few million to test ivermectin??

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    Bill in La Mesa

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    IVM concentration 3X higher in lung tissue than serum

I heard before IVM likes fatty/lipid rich tissue, and concentrations in the lung are 3X higher than serum/plasma.

Still don’t know where this puts us regarding effectiveness of proteolytic inhibition in Dr John’s studies.  Presumably, early replication occurs in the lung tissue, before systemic release into circulation?

Kind of important this gets worked out, if we don’t want to get called out for chasing wild geese.

  • Wed, Nov 10, 2021 - 07:37am

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    Dr Campbell IVM

I watched that earlier tonight and remembered somewhere around 16 or so months ago I posted a comment on one of his videos with a link to one of Chris’s videos asking him what he thought. In his next video after that he mentioned that he was up past 1AM and wasn’t sure what to think of the conspiracy theory type things some had posted. He seemed to be quite unsure of what to make of it.

Seems he’s finally starting to get it and that’s a very good sign.

  • Wed, Nov 10, 2021 - 01:03pm

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Glad to see Campbell has crossed the Rubicon!  Momentous  day also because of the lawsuit and injunction filed by Marik against his Sentara Norfolk General Hospital for prohibiting his MATH+ treatment, demanding a jury trial. And the hospital response calling for the retraction of Marik’s paper (used in support for the lawsuit) for using erroneous data from the…Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.

Lay in the popcorn, it’s going to be a bumpy ride!

  • Thu, Nov 11, 2021 - 05:58pm

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    smeghead1982

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I happened to be reading the article below at the same time I was watching that video – a lot of similar concepts being discussed!

How many mechanisms do you need? Ivermectin protects us from Covid in 20 ways

That being said, the study referenced in the article has been retracted by the editor-in-chief against the wishes of the authors:

Postpublication review confirmed that while the review article appropriately describes the mechanism of action of ivermectin, the cited sources do not appear to show that there is clear clinical evidence of the effect of ivermectin for the treatment of SARS-CoV-2. The Editor-in-Chief therefore no longer has confidence in the reliability of this review article.

Sounds like the usual BS from publications caving to pressure from others – how much clinical evidence of IVM do they need?  Can they define what is required in order for IVM to be accepted as at least potentially effective?

It’s ok, I can answer that question myself!  🙂

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