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The National Institutes of Health provided a non-recommendation for the use of ivermectin in COVID-19, stating that there was:
“insufficient evidence … to recommend either for or against the use of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19.”
The process for reaching that non-recommendation, however, is opaque. The Panel members responsible for therapy recommendations are disclosed and also that:
“… working groups propose updates to the Guidelines based on the latest published research findings and evolving clinical information.”
However, NIH has gone to extreme efforts to avoid stating whether a vote was held to endorse the ivermectin non-recommendation. This includes fighting a Freedom of Information Act request in federal court. A deceptive non-vote would constitute an atrocity. NIH has also been secretive about the composition of the working group that proposed the ivermectin non-recommendation. The names of those individuals were redacted by the NIH from a document obtained through a Freedom of Information Act re...
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