Researcher Involved With Denying Ivermectin Currently Leads NIH Funded Clinical Trial Into…Ivermectin

Researcher Involved With Denying Ivermectin Currently Leads NIH Funded Clinical Trial Into…Ivermectin

An opinion editorial contributor to TrialSite pointed out that a group of prominent clinical researchers has taken in several million dollars for research by providing consulting services for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and several pharmaceutical companies questioning the effectiveness of specific therapy options for treatment against COVID-19. After an analysis of federal dollars data provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) database and the Physician Payments Sunshine Act database managed by the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), it was revealed that four researchers were actively part of an advisory board that issued a denial of ivermectin as a potential treatment for COVID. 

Dr. Susanna Naggie of Duke University is one of these researchers. As the editorialist pointed out earlier this month, Dr. Naggie was involved with the NIH review that found ivermectin not viable for COVID therapy. The research agency issued a statement claiming that ivermectin only gave minimal protection during in vitro studies, arguing that the antiparasitic could be a cost-effective and effective means to further manage patient virus ...

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