News Roundup | Judge Rules In Favor of a Hospital: Denies Use of Ivermectin

Judge Rules In Favor of a Hospital: Denying Use of Ivermectin For Covid PatientAn un-vaccinated man lay dying in the hospital as his wife pleaded for Springfield, IL-based Memorial Medical Center to treat the patient, 61-year-old Randy Clouse. On a ventilator for at least four weeks, Mrs. Clouse took legal action against the hospital as they declared administering ivermectin would convert the patient into a “human guinea pig.” Now a county circuit judge, Adam Gigani, denied the request for an injunction against the hospital.

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Shakeup at FDA as Key Leadership Resigns, Leaving A Potential Void That Could Impact POTUS Vaccination Program

Marian Gruber, director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Vaccine Research Review Bureau, and Phil Krause, deputy director, plan on stepping down this October and November, respectively. The senior Agency executives responsible for reviewing the recent Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine submission are on their way out.

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