There may be numerous issues involved and each individual needs to be assessed as an individual, yes. However, the policies that are being forced on us all are being made not on the basis of individual assessment but on generalised averages and also many wrong assumptions. It's fine to highlight mistakes people are making, that is an essential part of science. A key problem here is that big tech companies are taking it upon themselves to decide what is true without allowing individuals to study ALL of the evidence and think for themselves. There are numerous studies from around the world that support the use of this triad of compounds. I myself have no experience in them and am only seeking to highlight testimony and evidence. I have a major problem with censorship, especially when people's lives are at stake. I know of numerous cases where people's lives have been saved as a result of courageous fighting by family members to overturn incorrect policy decisions by 'medical professionals' who were 'convinced' that treatments would not work, which actually did.
I don't think the doctors here are saying that everyone who is sick will instantly be cured by this combination of chemicals. They are generally saying that the claims made against these chemicals are often false and the beliefs people have been given as a result of wrong science are holding dangerously limiting policies in place.