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The author, Steve Kirsch, will be joining Dr. Kory on the FLCCC weekly update tomorrow night (Wed. May 19)
Wow, I am so glad I saw this today!!! I had never heard of it until sometime last summer when Chris M. mentioned it so I bought some. For me, it works fantastic when I am feeling a little wheezy or congested (I have asthma). I don’t take it everyday but just periodically when I feel I need it. My spouse took it once and said it didn’t do anything for him. I think it can be of value to people with COPD as well.
An article that came out last fall showed that it may be advantageous for people with anxiety, OCD, autism, etc.
Looks like there may still be some available PipingRock Health Products https://www.pipingrock.com/n-acetyl-cysteine?keywords=N-Acetyl%20L-Cysteine&qid=1621361054
I read this last night – scary stuff! Whitney Webb is one of my favorite independent journalists right now.
The FLCCC had an expert panel this morning – it was super interesting! If you missed it, it should be at their YouTube link (at least for now). I’m sure it will be on their website.
Title: Public Health Authorities are Failing to Control COVID-19.
Civil Rights, Legal and Medical Experts Around the World are Fighting for
Access to Lifesaving Drug Ivermectin
FLCCC Alliance to Convene Expert Panel to Discuss Access to Lifesaving Treatments for COVID-19 Despite the Medical Authorities Attempting to Limit or Ban Their Use
The program will be streamed on YouTube LIVE: http://www.youtube.com/c/FLCCCWeeklyUpdate
Expert Panelists: Pierre Kory, MPA, MD, President, and Chief Medical Officer, Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance. Dr. Kory leads a group of highly published, world-renowned critical care physicians and scholars who have developed lifesaving protocols using ivermectin.
Barend Uys, Head: Research and Development, AfriForum, a South African-based civil rights organization that recently led the successful legal battle that ordered the country’s health authority to reverse its decision and allow doctors to prescribe ivermectin to treat COVID-19.
Ralph Lorigo, Esq. A New York-based attorney, who has successfully helped several families of patients gain access to ivermectin after being denied by hospitals.
Jackie Stone, MD, Frontline COVID Clinicians Society, Zimbabwe. As a clinician, Jackie has firsthand experience in successfully treating COVID-19 patients with ivermectin. At the same time, her country’s government continues to deny broad access to the drug.
Jean-Charles Teissedre, legal counsel, BonSense, a French civil rights organization that is currently participating in legal action to secure an emergency use authorization for ivermectin in the treatment of COVID-19 patients in France.
Yes, I followed closely all last year and the information was extremely valuable. I finally got a 3-month subscription mid-December and it auto-renewed once since then. That $160 could have been much better spent given the void we find ourselves in. It’s hard to find objective, non-biased credible sources of information these days.
Dr. Kory was on fire last night! I was doing chores while listening but I feel like I want to listen again when it’s posted and give it my undivided attention. When he speaks, you can feel his passion for the topic and the frustration.
It must have been really good …. as it’s gone now. 🙁
I feel like I need to take a break from the news, or at least what the MSM calls news. This story was in USA Today today – COVID-19: These treatments do and don’t work to fight coronavirus.
Dr. R. Scott Wright, a cardiologist and clinical trialist at the Mayo Clinic, said researchers are eager to find treatments that work. But that takes time, money, effort and patients willing to participate in trials.
“There is no conspiracy to keep therapies out of the public,” he said.
Ivermectin, used to treat parasitic worms, has been floated as a potential COVID-19 treatment, but research does not support its use. A study published March 4 found it did not shorten the time someone had symptoms of COVID-19. The National Institutes of Health says it can neither recommend nor suggest against using ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19, while the FDA strongly recommends against using the drug, particularly in the form designed to be used in animals.
But the public has been slow to get the message. According to data from prescription savings service, SingleCare, there was a 1,126% increase in ivermectin prescriptions in January 2021 compared to a year earlier, and a 464% increase in February 2021 compared to February 2020.
I guess we are among those slow to get the message … not.
Dr. Kory’s group, the FLCCC Alliance, has been doing a weekly update every Wednesday evening. I believe these are archived on their site and/or YouTube (for now). I was disheartened to learn that Dr. Kory’s article which passed through peer-review for the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology was suddenly rejected at the editorial level when another “outside expert” was called in. Unbelieveable!!! SMH. I have been following the ivermectin story closely since Chris M. first brought it up in one of his videos last summer.
Dr. Kory never gives up though and wrote about it in RealClearPolitics : https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2021/03/10/censorship_kills_the_shunning_of_a_covid_therapeutic_145376.html?fbclid=IwAR0cBK8exSff0u-DehWmnauIRvYW5cwRK-OYpfYwsovVyKB3CnamKEgHzY0