New Ivermectin Study -- Same 70% Reduction in Deaths
Not using Ivermectin killed about 688,000 Americans
A new study of Ivermectin is out and, while we should celebrate the results, they are just like results of all other honest previous Ivermectin studies.
What was the study about? Researchers compared patients in the United States who were treated with Ivermectin (they identified 1,072 such patients), and compared them with patients who were treated with Remdesivir (40,536). They also took care to adjust for confounders such as age, obesity, etc differences between groups.
The result was that Ivermectin reduced mortality by 70%, compared to Remdesivir.
This result is oddly comparable to the Malaysian Ivermectin study, where deaths in Ivermectin group were also reduced by 70%, compared to deaths in the control group.
Thanks to Rintrah Radagast for mentioning this study to me.
Ivermectin Suppression Killed 688,000 Americans
Soon, public health officials and fact checkers will have to answer some very unpleasant questions, and explain to us why they tried so hard to suppress Ivermectin.
If it was used since the beginning of the pandemic, roughly 688,000 lives would be saved, compared to 983,000 deaths to date.
Whose interests were they defending?
Here are some headlines, that are, of course, all lies.
My own Experience
Here’s my personal experience treating a family member with Ivermectin last December:
The British Queen took IVM - oops!
Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquin, NAC, Zinc, Quercetin, VitD+K+Mag, prednisone or methylprednisolone, budesinide, Vit C, Vit B complex, Aspirin, Azithromyacin, Black Cumin Seed + honey, Pine Needle Tea, Sage tea, Green Tea-ECGC supplement, Melatonin, Pepcid, nose/mouth aseptic rinse, Colloidal Silver Humidifier, Apple Pectin, Xeolyte/Bentonite clay, activated charcoal, pre and probiotics-Kefir yogurt, prone positioning, herbal cough drops, benadryl, tumeric/curcumin with black pepper, and that's all I got for now. Get what you can and use what you have. Oh yah, salt water gargle, an apple a day, and good ol chicken noodle soup, like my grandma always said.