Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry became the first AG to discourage pharmacists from stonewalling prescriptions physicians are writing out such as ivermectin. On Sept.7, Landry issued a letter to the Louisiana Board of Pharmacists after the board created a memo in August titled, "Do Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent COVID-19," which drew confusion among physicians.
Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic drug that is commonly used to treat parasites. Many doctors are turning to this remedy because pharmacy and licensing boards aren't offering patients anything to alleviate inflammation and thrombosis. TrialSite started chronicling ivermectin studies starting with the breakthrough Monash University findings back in April 2020. During the beginning of the pandemic, this Australian research team discovered that higher concentrations of ivermectin zapped SARS-CoV-2 in a lab cell culture experiment.
While TrialSite covered dozens of ivermectin studies and case series from Bangladesh, India, Brazil, Peru, and Broward County, Florida during 2020, no mainstream media picked up interest in the topic. That attention, which became severely negative, surfaced in 2021 under the current...
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