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  • Treatments vs EUA – law or rumor?

     mhadfield updated 9 months ago 2 Members · 3 Posts
  • mhadfield

    April 9, 2021 at 1:34 pm

    I keep seeing a “fact” in comments that there are no FDA approved treatments because EUAs for vaccines can not be granted if treatments exist. This would shut down the whole vaccine thing, so it’s why Ivermectin et al will never be given the green light.

    I am no lawyer, and I haven’t been able to figure out the truth of this from reading what government documents I can find. But the idea doesn’t quite make sense to me. Not only is this an apples and oranges comparison, I can’t see why one type of solution wouldn’t be allowed just because another exists. Nor can I see how, even if such a rule existed, an end-run couldn’t be found by just giving treatments their own EUAs, and avoiding the formal stamp of permanent approval.

    Can you lead me towards an answer? Thanks.

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