Weather Channel Picks Up on a Global Movement: The Use of Ivermectin as Generic Therapy for COVID-19

Weather Channel Picks Up on a Global Movement The Use of Ivermectin as Generic Therapy for COVID-19

The Weather Channel republished a recent argument that Ivermectin could contribute to the demise of the COVID-19 pandemic. An article out of India recently showcasing that the American Journal of Therapeutics, a peer reviewed medical journal, published the ivermectin study-focused meta-analysis of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) demonstrated a growing openness to discuss the mounting data backing ivermectin as a form of at least therapeutic adjuvant for early COVID-19 onset care. This manuscript, covered by TrialSite, showcased 27 controlled trials as of January 2021—15 of which happened to be randomized controlled trials. TrialSite chronicled the entire ivermectin research and care journey from April 2020, when there was overwhelming and frankly shocking silence, perhaps even a media blackout, from the world of mainstream media. The inherent bias in what's reported has become clear during this pandemic. The question surfaces: what's everyone going to do about it? 

While a recalcitrant combination of national regulatory body, apex research institute and even the World Health Organization (WHO) takes a dramatically different view, choosing to only accept a...

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