During oral arguments on August 8th, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, Ashley Cheung Honold, a representative of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from the Department of Justice, stated that physicians...
A new book titled "The War On Ivermectin" by Dr. Pierre Kory and Jenna McCarthy delves into the history of Ivermectin during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. Today lets talk a bit...
According to an argument made by government lawyers during a recent hearing, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which made fun of Americans for using Ivermectin to treat Covid-19, now claims that its campaign encouraging people to "stop" taking it was informal and merely an recommendation.
In order to dispel the accusations, an attorney for the FDA claimed that the organization just made recommendations against using or prescribing Ivermectin. Nevertheless, prominent doctors hsve launched a lawsuit against the FDA over suppression of Ivermectin to treat COVID.
I started out 2022 by predicting that the mainstream media was in the midst of losing the fight of its life at the hands of popular podcaster and comedian Joe Rogan. I then discussed the topic and my reasoning for an hour on a podcast with independent journalist Ivory Hecker.
According to a new Ivermectin study published in the Cuerus Journal of Medical Science, the drug reduced the COVID-19 mortality rate by 92 percent.
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.
The ability of general practitioners to provide Ivermectin and HCQ treatments was restricted last year. However, an Aussie billionaire Clive Palmer was saved by Ivermectin and HCQ after he refused ICU treatment.
When the world experienced an average of nearly 15,000 COVID deaths per day, Dr. Andrew Hill decided on the price of a human life. Dr. Hill made that calculation during a conversation with Dr. Tess Lawrie, in January of 2021, during the peak of the Winter Surge.
A Virginia judge has ruled that the Fauquier Hospital was in contempt of the court for refusing to administer Ivermectin to the patient. The hospital would also be liable to pay $10,000 for each day it fails to administer Ivermectin, retroactive to the date of the court’s injunction.
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