New York, New York: For Second Time Doctors and Patients Need to Go to Court to Access Ivermectin

New York, New York For Second Time Doctors and Patients Need to Go to Court to Access Ivermectin

TrialSite recently chronicled the story of an 80-year-old woman who’s COVID-19 case ended up in the New York Supreme Court (Note, in New York state, the Supreme Court is the trial court, and not the highest appellate court). After she was substantially improving with Ivermectin, a new doctor refused to continue the treatment. The family sued, and successfully obtained a court order to re-commence the Ivermectin. The order was by the Honorable Henry J. Nowak. For their part, the “The health system’s lawyers argued medical care should be made by doctors and not the courts.” Now, Judge Frank Caruso also with the New York Supreme Court, Orleans County, has preliminarily ruled for plaintiff Robert Dickinson, who is a patient’s husband and also a physician, in his legal quest for his wife to be allowed to use Ivermectin.

Husband’s Declaration Lays Out Case

In a sworn affidavit, Dr. Dickinson attested to the basis for his lawsuit. He notes that he is seeking that the defendant Rochester General Health hospital comply with the directives of treating Dr. Thomas Madejski’s Ivermectin prescription. The declaration outlines how Dickinson’s wife Glenna Dickinson was admitted to the hospi...

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