Nitazoxanide access in the United States

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  • Square-James

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    November 23, 2021 at 5:15 pm

    Nitazoxanide was listed as an alternative to Ivermectin by FLCCC in their COVID treatment guideline. I have come across a source of Nitazoxanide in the United States called Seven Cells Pharmacy (sevencells.com). They are a compounding pharmacy situated in Florida. According to their listing, a ten day treatment course of Nitazoxanide cost $400. Granted the cost is somewhat more expensive than Ivermectin, but still cheaper than Pfizer’s PAVXLOVID when it gets approved.

  • Square-James

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    November 24, 2021 at 9:56 am

    I was able to find a few promising randomized trials on Nitazoxanide for early COVID treatment. One of the trial result was published on medrxiv.org titled “Early treatment with nitazoxanide prevents worsening of mild and moderate COVID-19 and subsequent hospitalization”. The trial result cited an 85% reduction of progression to severe stage.

  • CoS

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    November 30, 2021 at 3:01 pm

    Latest FLCCC iMask+ protocol suggests a 5 day course, not 10 days.
    10 500mg pills retail for under $1 US outside the USA. Gotta live that freedom and greedom

  • DaleC

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    December 6, 2021 at 10:45 am

    Paxlovid (aka PF-07321332) uses one of the same mechanisms of action as ivermectin (3CL protease inhibitor). That means that the it limits the ability to chop up the proteins used when building copies of SARS-COV-2, and without the appropriately chopped-up bits, the virus can’t build new copies. But PF-07321332 only has one mechanism of action documented. Ivermectin has something like 5 actions documented. The trial should have put PF-07321332 up against ivermectin, not a placebo. Who writes these rules, anyway?

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