JAMA is squirming. NIH should be too.

  • JAMA is squirming. NIH should be too.

     IveyTech updated 3 weeks ago 3 Members · 3 Posts
  • doctrumpet

    Member
    May 9, 2021 at 6:35 pm

    How do we get anyone to expose what is going on. I asked JAMA to pressure NIH to recommend ivermectin or they would have Dr. Kory publish his data in JAMA. So far thye have done nothing. I am giving them data that the data in the paper is factitious. 10 days for young ivermectin treated patients with mild COVID to recover and 12 days for untreated patients. They got a Dominican study where all COVID patients, not just mild got better in 10 days while untreated patients got better in 21 days. The article’s conclusions were inconsistent with the world’s experience. The fix was in. Fontanarosa and the editorial are under a lot of pressure. We can’t let it go away. I have contacted a lot of people including the General Accountability Office about how many hundreds of billions, NIH’s failures have cost.

  • mjnelson99

    Member
    May 24, 2021 at 4:54 pm

    I am currently living in Mexico and have a friend who is an MD.

    He got Ivermectin for me. I take a low dose as preventative.

    Remdesivir is a fraud and vastly over priced.

    Mary

  • IveyTech

    Member
    May 24, 2021 at 6:12 pm

    <div>Good, may you consider documenting how well you are everyday, and any side effects so others can be confident from your testimony? I have told a number of people that they could treat with ivermectin BEFORE they are infected, but they are slow to understand or hesitant because it is strange to their ears that “no officials are recommending ivermectin”.
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    Thanks for your reporting.👍

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