Dr. Eric Osgood
Hi, does anyone follow Dr. Eric Osgood on Twitter? He’s on the flccc advisory board, but seems to not have as much faith in ivermectin based on recent Twitter comments. Worries me. I get the impression he feels some of their protocols have been good, fluvoxamine etc., but less convinced on ivermectin.
Curious on others thoughts regarding his Twitter comments.
I went through a bit of his twitter. He is both an advocate for early treatment, but also maybe an even stronger advocate for vax. Here is how you know he is off the deep end of vax advocacy IMO;
Nejm – moderna was safe and effective ages 12-17. Hope this age wont be restricted only to pfizer for long.
— Dr. Eric Osgood MD (@EdoajoEric) August 12, 2021
He seems to be walking a middle path. This thread lays out his current thinking a bit more.
I treat with a combination of "I" and doxy because in addition to pre-clinical evidence of synergy, the only well designed well conducted trial that evaulated this combo showed this (below). These are good findings, but not "miracle cure" "this is a vaccine alternative" findings. pic.twitter.com/dt3VSR04pU
— Dr. Eric Osgood MD (@EdoajoEric) August 18, 2021
It was this part that worried me on that tweet:
He’s using Ivermectin but doesn’t want to call it a miracle cure, sounds reasonable to me. Someone is trying to get him to speak out against Kory and FLCCC, divide and conquer.
Osgood seems to have a pretty reasonable stance on all of this from what I’ve seen.
There was a recent interview of Robert Malone, I think I found it on his twitter but it may have been posted here. He was asked about ivermectin and also stated that it doesn’t seem as good as the hype that it is getting from Kory et al. So there is obviously some disagreement in the ranks. Plus there have been a few people here who’ve gotten really sick from covid despite being on ivermectin, and I’ve seen reports of that on twitter as well.