Another Severely Ill Mother Denied Ivermectin by Hospital & Judge—Experts Declare Better to Let Her Die Than Try

In yet another lawsuit involving a severely ill hospitalized COVID-19 patient, the family takes the battle for access to ivermectin to court. The plaintiff, Megan Bournique, of Indianapolis, filed a lawsuit in Marion County Circuit Court hoping to compel Ascension St. Vincent Hospital to administer ivermectin to her elderly mother hospitalized since mid-September with serious conditions. With "very little chance of survival," Kimberly Eliot remains in the intensive care unit. Although ivermectin is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for select parasite-based conditions, the agency has been aggressive, along with one of the product's makers, Merck, that the product could pose safety risks. While billions of doses have been given away as part of programs such as Mectizan, and the drug's inventors won a Nobel Prize for the drug, authorities claim that the dosages used by physicians promoting the use of the drug against COVID-19 are too high and pose safety risks. On the contrary, patient families are desperate to use ivermectin to save their loved ones—in this case, a mother that appears near death. The plaintiff suggested she secured a l...

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