The doctors want the Food and Drug Administration to stop meddling with the prescription of Ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19. Towards this goal, doctors are suing the FDA over Ivermectin and its usage.
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A legal firm in Washington has launched a federal lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for meddling with the usage of ivermectin as a COVID-19 medication.
Boyden Gray & Associates lodged the complaint on behalf of three doctors who were reprimanded for trying to give human-grade ivermectin to patients.
Boyden Gray, the firm’s founder, was a former legal counsel to the Reagan and Bush governments.
Gray told the media that the FDA had broken a long-standing provision that permits physicians to administer an FDA-approved medicine for off-label purposes.
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Ivermectin was no exception, he claimed. In 1966, the FDA authorized it.
“Congress recognized the importance of letting doctors be doctors and expressly prohibited the FDA from interfering with the practice of medicine,” Gray said.
“That is exactly what the FDA has done time and time again throughout this pandemic, assuming authority it doesn’t have and trying to insert itself in the medical decisions of Americans everywhere.”
Dr. Paul Marik of Virginia, Dr. Mary Bowden of Texas, and Dr. Robert Apter of Arizona seem to be the three plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
Marik is the creator of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care 21 Alliance (FLCCC), a national nonprofit that advocates COVID-19 treatments other than the government-recommended vaccination.
“The FDA has made public statements on ivermectin that have been misleading and have raised unwarranted concern over a critical drug in preventing and treating COVID-19,” Marik told the media. “To do this is to ignore both statutory limits on the FDA’s authority and the significant body of scientific evidence from peer-reviewed research.”
Marik claims that more than 80 medical studies undertaken since the COVID-19 outbreak prove that ivermectin is a safe and effective remedy for the virus.
Gray claims that the FDA has interfered with the use of ivermectin and ought to be held responsible.
The lawsuit contained many FDA statements that Gray claimed demonstrated that the government tampered with the usage of ivermectin.
They include the agency’s Aug. 21, 2021, Twitter post: “You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y’all. Stop it.”
The title of the piece, which features a photograph of a horse and a doctor, states, “Why you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19.”
Marik, Bowden, and Apter are among a number of American physicians who’ve been reprimanded for prescribing ivermectin.
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital suspended Marik, a critical care consultant, for administering ivermectin as a COVID-19 medication. Bowden, an ear, nose, and throat expert, was placed on leave from Houston Medical Center. Apter was under scrutiny for prescribing ivermectin by both the Washington Medical Commission and the Arizona Medical Board.
Marik was also alerted that he was being investigated by Virginia’s medical license board.
Gray launched the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Texas.
The doctors want the FDA to stop meddling with the prescription of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19.