Experts Discuss The Science That Shows Ivermectin Is Effective For COVID19

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Dr. Tess Lawrie is a very experienced scientist and medical doctor who currently specialises in assessing safety and efficacy of drugs - having advised the World Health Organisation. She joins Professor of Biology, Brett Weinsten in this interview on the efficacy of Ivermectin for treatment of COVID19.

It is clear that discussion of treatments for COVID19 is not only a taboo if they aren't a vaccine, but also now attracts what appears to be little more than a deliberate misinformation campaign coming from governmental levels. The degrees to which the US FDA and others have gone to try to discredit Ivermectin as a treatment for COVID19 is surprising even to me, someone who has studied governmental criminality for 15 years.

Ivermectin has gone from a nobel prize winning drug used by billions in 2015 to being characterised as a horse de-wormer that is highly dangerous to people - at least in the eyes of those who don't ask questions and who simply regurgitate the content of FDA social media posts.

In this interview, two seasoned experts explore the science behind the safety and efficacy of Ivermectin in the treatment and prevention of COVID19. The discredited study on Ivermectin from Egypt is discussed and how even when it is removed from meta analysis, Ivermectin continues to remain effective for COVID19.

The pair also touch on the apparent deliberate misinformation campaigns being spread surrounding Ivermectin, which they speculate may be motivated by profit and therefore, also, be highly criminal in nature.

Wishing you well,

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Thanks so much for this information, can this drug be easily accessed over the counter?

I think that depends on where you live. Some countries restrict it to prescription only and some have tried to make it very difficult to access during COVID19. I think that some regions make it very easy to access, such as Africa, due to it commonly being used for other reasons. Some areas of India have been giving it out for free to large numbers of people, with apparently great success with COVID19.

Note: there is a horse/animal form of Ivermectin which some people have been apparently taking and making themselves ill - so experts point out that humans should only ever use the human form.

Ok, duly noted