Committed to Medical Evidence, a Prominent Ivermectin Group is Eradicated from the Memories of Cyberspace

Committed to Medical Evidence, a Prominent Ivermectin Group Eradicated from the Memories of Cyberspace

Tess Lawrie is perhaps one of the sweetest, most intelligent, and caring people we know. She is a committed, dedicated, and passionate health professional who cares about patients, with a particular proclivity to helping the poor worldwide. An expert in developing medical evidence, she founded the UK's Evidence Based Medicine Consultancy and has advised many prominent health agencies such as the World Health Organization. With sorrow and some anger, we report the organization she helped launch—British Ivermectin Recommendation Development or more commonly known as the "BIRD" Group—was just eradicated from the memories of Twitter. At this point, the line has been crossed. Social technology companies like Twitter and Facebook, which have all but monopolized communications, have turned into levers for a particular government imperative—all hinting of imminent authoritarianism. Controlling and overcoming COVID-19 is merely the cover to a deeper, nefarious, far-reaching power grab. The victims in this sad state of affairs—patients, doctors, and much of society. TrialSite's emphasis has always been to pursue the truth in biomedical and health-related research—for the patient, the doctor...

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