New article on IVM HCQ + Fluvox. blows NIH + WHO out of water
Heads up — go over to TrialSiteNews and read this totally brilliant new (very long) article on Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine and fluvoxamine. It blows the NIH and WHO’s opposition to these drugs out of the water. A total annihilation job. Surgical and hatchet. Delicious. Here’s one quote — read the rest yourself.
“We have a 29/0 win/loss record in HCQ and a 20/0 win/loss record for ivermectin for early treatment and the WHO tells doctors “do NOT use it.” Really?”
But as we all know, ivermectin has ALWAYS been dangerous — right back into the mists of history. And Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia oops, Eurasia, oh, whatever.
Yeah that’s a good article all right. I think I need to add fluvoxamine to my pile.
The “protective effect” of depression vs C19 severity reminds me a lot of the signal of “current smoker” being a protective effect vs C19 also. “Smoking” was a clue that maybe it was niacin doing the heavy lifting there, while the comorbidity of “depression” is a clue that the medication for depression might be helping there also. (Note too: niacin is also a treatment for depression; hmmm…)
Here’s a video from Steve Kirsch on FV:
Anyone from Australia know how to get Ivermectin? I don’t want an experimental vaccine without years worth of safety data. I’d prefer a treatment. But it may be denied to me. Theoretically doctors can prescribe off label here but I doubt I’ll find a GP that will prescribe. As in the US, there’s no outpatient treatment here. It’s “go home, come to hospital if your lips turn blue”. I don’t want horse paste if I get Covid. I want to find a supportive doctor….
Ivermectin in Australia: Ask ranchers and farmers how they cure their horses of intestinal worms.
angusjnorthgmail-com, exstnc.com lists one organization and two doctors—all in Australia—who will prescribe Ivermectin for COVID-19.
I agree that is an interesting article for our “tribe.”
Notice the comment he made about the Skipper HCQ RCT for outpatients. He helped with the funding and apparently is aware of something stinky that has yet to become known
The author, Steve Kirsch, will be joining Dr. Kory on the FLCCC weekly update tomorrow night (Wed. May 19)