BBC World Service aired decent Ivermectin UK info

  • BBC World Service aired decent Ivermectin UK info

  • Tom Hamilton

    June 22, 2021 at 9:32 pm
  • MatthewElvey

    July 6, 2021 at 9:51 pm

    Mmmmm…. chocolatey goodness…

    Seriously, it’s chocolate covered shit on a stick.

    Still mostly shit like this disinformation: Dr Stephen Griffin at the University of Leeds said, “much like hydroxychloroquine before, there has been a considerable amount of off-label use of this drug,” based mainly on studies of the virus in the lab, not in people. (Disinformation because people are taking ivermectin because, as Dr Lawrie noted, “a there is a preponderance of the evidence that currently exists in several peer-reviewed meta-analysis that show that ivermectin is effective at preventing and treating COVID-19.” (Actually, <i style=”font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit;”>preponderance<font face=”inherit”> is too weak for that </font>sentence; p<font face=”inherit”>lethora would be the more appropriate term.)</font>

    More importantly: The BBC must address this:

    Joint Statement of the FLCCC & the BiRD Group on the Unethical and Questionable Methods of the Upcoming PRINCIPLE Trial.

    Tom, seems like you’re comfortable asking ’em to?

  • Tom Hamilton

    June 23, 2021 at 10:51 am

    The new UK Ivermectin trial they link to is a big improvement on their earlier “denouncements”. They don’t remove earlier articles, but I have not tried to get them corrected yet. The new improved announcement was on their world service every hour or so, a big win for Ivermectin.

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