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You can’t Keep a Good Anti-Parasitic Down
You have only to check in with Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Goa, Mexico, Indonesia, now Japan (which has announced it is getting off the pharma unmerry-go-round and utilizing Ivermectin which has demonstrated its efficacy there once more) to reconfirm the exceptional benefits of this Nobel Prize winning drug. Since 1992 only 5000 roughly adverse effects from close to 4 billion doses (as per WHO’s own database, VigiAccess) compared to the C-19 “vaccines” which in one year have over “two million” as per the same WHO database!
However, the desperation to avoid Ivermectin upsetting the pharma profit orgy magnifies.
Here is a galling, graphic recent instance (reported by Mary Beth Pfeiffer).
Sun Ng, retired contractor from Hong Kong, travels to Illinois for his granddaughter’s first birthday. He catches COVID and is near-death in a Chicago area hospital. With every other option exhausted, and at the brink of death, Ivermectin was proposed.
It is FDA approved, though for COVID, it’s an off-label use. The hospital refused, a valiant doctor helped the family take the case urgently to court, where a judge asked the only relevant question: “What’s the downside?” Everything else had been tried, he was in ICU.
Edward Hospital desperately argued: there could be side effects (you have to contain yourself from expletives), ordering IVM would violate its policies (letting someone die is fine), the judge forcing the issue would be judicial over-reach.
The judge wisely disagreed: he was simply asking the hospital to stand aside, and Dr. Bain to have emergency privileges to administer the medicine. After further legal stratagems were exhausted, Dr. Bain, an internist, administered 24 milligrams from November 8th to 12th. Within 5 days Mr. Ng was off the ventilator, by the 16th, breathing without supplemental oxygen.
The hospital continues to appeal the order after it has been carried out and the patient has been rescued from the precipice, where at that stage, on a ventilator, he had at most a 10-15% chance of survival. The judge, grounded in the kind of fact-based reality we’ve been advocating simply read the potential side effects:
“Generally well tolerated, some dizziness possible, some nausea/diarrhea.”
As the judge said,
“The risks are so minimal that Mr. Ng’s current situation outweighs that risk by one-hundredfold.”
It took three decisions, four court appearances, and a moot appeal. Other families would just be defeated by the cost of the litigation. This was even more of an Ivermectin testimonial, as its primary efficacy is early on, in the viral phase of the illness. But here it also quelled the fire of late-stage inflammation and lowered the progression of stiffened lungs (pulmonary fibrosis).
Something beautiful happened, and something ugly abounds that makes this so remarkable.
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