Illinois Court Sides with Patient Instructs Hospital to Administer Ivermectin

Illinois Court Sides with Patient Instructs Hospital to Administer Ivermectin

In more ways than one, the Midwest is now the center of the country and, apparently, the center of controversy. In Naperville, Illinois, a covid patient sued the hospital treating him for the right to have his doctor treat him with ivermectin. According to Naperville Community Television, the patient, Sun Ng, was admitted to Edward Hospital and, a few days later, was put on a respirator. In court testimony, his doctors admitted Ng had a 50% chance of dying due to his worsening status on a respirator. Ng and his daughter, Man Kwan Ng, sued the hospital asking that Dr. Alan Bain be able to administer ivermectin to the elder Ng. 

At this point, the hospital stepped in because of the Illinois State vaccine mandate. Bain isn’t vaccinated. “The hospital stipulates it is the employer’s duty to protect the health and safety of employees by establishing and maintaining a healthy and safe work environment, and requiring employees to comply with health and safety measures.”

TrialSite News has done extensive reporting on the effectiveness of ivermectin, specifically in India, where the drug has seen success in combating the early stages of co...

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