Ivermectin Usage Accelerates While the Need for Data is Real: How About an Ivermectin Registry?

Ivermectin Usage Accelerates While the Need for Data is Real How about an Ivermectin Registry

TrialSite News’ interview with Tarek Alam, head of medicine department at Bangladesh Medical College, has led to considerable interest in regional hospital protocol-approved, off-label use of ivermectin and the antibiotic Doxycycline in patients diagnosed with mild cases of COVID-19. Thus far, Dr. Alam reaffirmed to TrialSite News their “outstanding results.” A number of developing economy-based nations are embracing ivermectin as a low-cost approach to fighting at least mild cases of COVID-19—despite the lack of data from randomized controlled trials. Most recently, TrialSite News learned that the government in Peru has accepted Ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment, and we helped share with the world the fact that Bolivia is handing out up to 350,000 doses of the antiparasitic drug to those with mild COVID-19 symptoms. Hundreds of thousands of readers have visited TrialSite News’ ivermectin articles with hundreds of messages and a number of requests from other nations to make introductions for planned ivermectin research.

The Bangladesh Medical College Interview

Our interview with Dr. Alam was enlightening. By leveraging the TrialSite Investigators Network (a large database o...

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