In a follow up to a story TrialSite first ran on November 15, a Chicago area judge “stood up” to Edward Hospital and ordered the medical institution to administer ivermectin to a “dying man.”
“What’s the downside?’, asked Circuit Judge Paul Fullerton, according to an article in Substack. As reported in the article, Sun Ng, a retired contractor from Hong Kong traveled to Illinois to be with his family. Unfortunately, Ng contracted covid and was admitted to a hospital. After a few days in the hospital Ng was put on a respirator and had a 50% of dying.
Ng’s daughter, Man Kwan Ng, who says she has a doctorate in Mechanical Engineering did research into ivermectin and concluded the hospital should administer the drug to her father. After the hospital’s refusal Man Kwan Ng sued. When the case was brought before Judge Fullerton, Edward Hospital insisted if ivermectin were administered “there could be side effects as well as ordering ivermectin would violate its (hospital) policies and forcing the issue would be ‘extraordinary’ judicial overreach.” Fullerton disagreed and insisted Edward Hospital let Dr. Alan Bain. Bain has been a proponent of ivermectin’s use to c...
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