There is glaring negligence in U.S. hospitals’ refusal to use Ivermectin!

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A glaring aspect to what is happening in many (all?) hospitals in the U.S. is the refusal to use Ivermectin to treat COVID patients. Countries, such as India (an additional article pertaining to India), Peru and others which are using Ivermectin in the treatment of COVID are seeing their COVID hospitalization and death rates drop well below that in the U.S. Why are U.S. hospitals, in the face of such clear evidence of Ivermectin’s efficacy against COVID, and it’s safety, refusing to use it? I feel it’s important to note that while the article linked in the last link recommends Ivermectin as “complimentary to immunizations”, that seems to be a standard statement in deference to the pharmaceutical companies rather than a statement applicable to Ivermectin’s efficacy against COVID. There is no evidence that prior vaccination in any way increases Ivermectin’s efficacy, or that not having had a vaccination will decrease it.

Some responses that seem to come up repeatedly are: *it’s not approved for that use, it would be experimental. *Ivermectin isn’t intended to treat COVID (treating COVID is an off label use of Ivermectin). *Giving COVID patients Ivermectin would be dangerous. None of these responses/reasons hold up under scrutiny. Let’s take a look.

To begin with let’s look at the assertion that Ivermectin would be an experimental drug when used to fight COVID. Is that a true statement? Yes it is. However, what isn’t expressed in that statement is the fact that every drug is an experimental drug when used to fight COVID. COVID is a new disease on the world scene. Aspirin is an experimental drug if it is being used to fight COVID. The pharmaceutical track record in the fight against COVID is being established, right now.

All that being said, there are two very important differences between Ivermectin, which isn’t being used in U.S. hospitals, and the mRNA injections which are being used. The first is that in the short amount of time that hospitals have been facing COVID (less than two years), the available empirical evidence from around the world clearly shows Ivermectin having great efficacy in treating post-infection COVID cases. In other words, if a patient is already exhibiting symptoms of COVID, Ivermectin has shown itself capable of effectively treating that patient. So, in the great pharmaceutical experiment of treating COVID, Ivermectin has established a track record of success far exceeding that of the mRNA injections. However, a quote from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) website states: “Currently available data do not show ivermectin is effective against COVID-19.” Nothing could be further from the truth!

Which brings us to the second reason I’ve seen used to reject the use of Ivermectin; It would be an off label use. This reason hardly qualifies as a reason. It tends to fall more into the category of an excuse. Is using Ivermectin for COVID an off label use? Yes it is. However, is it unusual for doctors to use a medication for an off label use? Not at all. It is a practice so common that raising it as a reason for not using Ivermectin to fight COVID is disingenuous. A search of the literature produces many citations using the word “common” with off label drug use. These articles usually include cautionary statements about the practice, but the fact remains, it is a common practice.

The third common reason/excuse for not using Ivermectin is that “it’s not safe”. Sometimes this is combined with an assertion that Ivermectin is a horse medicine. Ivermectin was approved for human use in 1996. All drugs are capable of producing adverse reactions. However that being said, there are no reports of significant numbers of adverse reactions coming from the increasing worldwide use of Ivermectin to combat COVID. Certainly nothing approaching the number of adverse reactions from the mRNA injections in the U.S.

All this brings us to the question of, in the face of so much evidence of Ivermectin’s efficacy, ability, to fight COVID, why isn’t it being used in hospitals in the U.S.? Hospitals which the American news media often depict as overcrowded with COVID cases? What is going on? Because, it doesn’t make any sense in the light of the increasing evidence from around the world about the benefits of doing so.

All this begs the question: Is Ivermectin being neglected purposefully to drive up the number of hospitalizations and deaths and thereby justify the coercive vaccine mandates being issued?

I strongly encourage you to research the topic of Ivermectin’s use worldwide to combat COVID.

Added 10/3/21:

India claiming victory over COVID.

Added 10/14/21:—part-v-the-secret-revealed/article_9a37d9a8-1fb2-11ec-a94b-47343582647b.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share&fbclid=IwAR0wkxuTLxfgXU0h7g11UzwdzJx8hKKTEO0lo8CqwHcThCCyIxVaJFXTaQo

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