For 20 days, Dr. Alan Bain of Chicago drove to Elmhurst Hospital, usually after a full work day, to administer ivermectin to a critically ill woman named Nurije Fype, whose daughter, Desareta, sought and won two court orders for the COVID treatment. Dr. Bain had been asked to give the drug after other hospital physicians declined, despite the court's orders, to give the FDA-approved medication. Here, Dr. Bain, who has treated about 40 outpatients with ivermectin, reflects on Mrs. Nurije's case and his gratitude for help he received throughout the treatment. Asked by Trial Site News if ivermectin saved Mrs. Fype, he said, "I believe it had a very strong impact. It was a good addition to everything else. Ivermectin is the real deal." Desareta Fype calls Bain and the three attorneys who helped her heroes. She said her mother is expected to return home late this week.
To read about Mrs. Fype's legal and medical battle, click here.
By Alan Frederick Bain, D.O.
Everyone was doing their job. We have rules to protect our patients. We have had Great lawyers and judges guard and honor our urgent requests to protect our family from harm's way. More importantly, th...
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