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  • You ask the wrong question. Please ask your buddies why they do block the use of Ivermectin. This will save the live of 100'000 more Americans not the masks!

    Please stop the free masons diverting tactics to focus people on minor issues!

    As expected, my own doctor said he doesn't feel comfortable that he could stand in front of his peers in a hearing and counter their expert opinion. He said "he's not the type of doctor who reads all the journal articles." People with no street smarts tend to miss obvious ways that people behave - cause they don't understand people so they assume "everyone can do what they want" means something.


    Doctors are afraid of hassles like going in front of their boards. Evidence-based treatment means the "guidelines given to them"-based treatment.

  • OG,


    Sorry to say you are wearing your time with Jed. He is too far down the rabbit hole of

    “Group Think Blue”.

    He must believe what he is told to believe,

    Exactly like the “Group Think Red” minions.


    You are either with them or against them,

    it simple that way.

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  • . I know nothing about Ivermectin,

    Try reading some papers.. I tried to get the local physician to prescribe me some ivermectin today..

    by telehealth.. he just gave me the repeat for BP med

    He said he's pretty sure it works..but can't prescribe it except for scabies...

    Egypt is less myopic than Australia.. its lucky the infection rate here is very low.


    otherwise I'd probably order it at $2 per 3mg from rxpharma Canada.


    https://rxcanadapharm.com/catalog/view?slug=Stromectol



    In thus study, patients received ivermectin reported substantial improvement in TLC, lymphocyte (%), CRP, D-dimer, and RT-

    PCR conversion days compared to Group II treated by HCQ

    one week after starting treatment (P<0.001).HCQ(Group IV), (P<0.001).

    Although, no studies found evaluating role of Ivermectin in severe cases, however,

    its results in this study encouraging its use in severe case.

    Moreover,Yan et al.,[26] and Zhang et al.[27] reported that

    Ivermectin reduce the inflammatory process by decreasing the production of multiple cytokines, such as TNF-α, IL-1ss, IL-6, IL-4, IL-13 and IL5.

    So, ivermectin could suppress a diversity of the inflammatory cytokines which had an important role in the

    intiation of the “cytokines storm”. The documentation in the literature therefore indicates that ivermectin might be useful in

    the management of COVID-19 [28]

    https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-100956/v1

  • There are no rules saying you must wear a mask in your car in the U.S.

    First I am glad you came down form "anywhere in the world" to a narrower area. However, if you keep looking you will find that there are rules that depend on who is with you in the car.


    By executive order in TX

    One of those exceptions include people who are driving alone or with passengers who are in the same household as the driver.

    Otherwise, people in Texas counties under the mandatory mask order should wear a mask when driving with others, not in the same household. https://www.click2houston.com/…wear-masks-while-driving/


    I haven't checked other states.

  • Masks work its just common sense if the pore-size is smaller than the virus particle size. Pretty basic! A carbon/graphene filter would do the trick, of find yourself a First World War carbon-filter gasmask from your local army surplus store along with all your Kalashnikovs, M- 10 machine gins and ground - to air missiles PATRIOTS). Er what's up Doc? I'm only joking, masks work but vaccines won't:):):)

  • SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV, and MERS-CoV viral load dynamics, duration of viral shedding, and infectiousness: a systematic review and meta-analysis


    https://www.thelancet.com/jour…-5247(20)30172-5/fulltext


    Viral load kinetics and duration of viral shedding are important determinants for disease transmission. We aimed to characterise viral load dynamics, duration of viral RNA shedding, and viable virus shedding of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in various body fluids, and to compare SARS-CoV-2, SARS-CoV, and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) viral dynamics.

  • Kinetics and seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in children


    https://www.thelancet.com/jour…-3099(20)30884-7/fulltext


    To the best of our knowledge, no longitudinal study has reported the kinetics of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) antibody responses in children. Here we report the results of the second round of antibody testing in children from a prospective multicentre cohort study in the UK. The protocol and initial results are available elsewhere.1, 2 Recruitment took place between April 16, and July 3, 2020, at five UK sites (Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow, London, and Manchester) and included healthy children aged 2–15 years. Follow-up visits at all five UK sites took place between June 26, and Aug 15, 2020.

  • Antibody cocktails at low doses could be more effective at treating COVID-19


    https://medicalxpress.com/news…oses-effective-covid-.amp


    Pairs of antibodies may be more effective than single antibodies at preventing and treating COVID-19, according to a new study by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The Rockefeller University in New York. The study, published November 19 in the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM), also suggests that in addition to blocking SARS-CoV-2's entry into cells, the antibodies may combat the virus by enlisting various types of white blood cells to fight the infection.

  • otherwise I'd probably order it at $2 per 3mg from rxpharma Canada.

    You can get Ivermectin with Soolantra Creme (enough for a whole CoV-19 treatment!). You can buy the horse version name: Eraquell. (I guess soon the horses won't get it anymore... then the cattle version)

    Buy it at: https://www.orchardequestrian.com/Dugmectin-Ivermectin.html


    Or the bird version: https://www.petissimo.at/vogel…h-ivermectin-spot-on.html


    Pairs of antibodies may be more effective than single antibodies at preventing and treating COVID-19, according to a new study by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The Rockefeller University in New York.

    Earlier papers mentioned that at least 3 different antibodies are needed for a full protection! That's also the reason you can get common corona up to 3 times until you are fully protected for some years.

  • To truly understand the pandemic, you need to think about this number (and it’s not R0)


    https://www.zmescience.com/oth…-k-pandemic-20112020/amp/


    Since the pandemic first started (and even before it was officially a pandemic), there was a lot of talk about the basic reproductive number (R0) — and rightfully so. This number, R0, basically tells you the average number of people infected by one infectious individual; it’s a sort of measure of average contagiousness.

  • WHO group recommends against using remdesivir to treat hospitalized Covid-19 patients


    https://www.statnews.com/2020/…inst-remdesivir-covid-19/


    AWorld Health Organization panel is now recommending against the use of the antiviral remdesivir in hospitalized Covid-19 patients, saying there is no evidence that the drug — which U.S. regulators have approved for the treatment of the coronavirus — improves mortality.


    Not to make light of this but how is Jed going to get his head around this. Two different expert opinions by the agencies Jed puts on a pedestal

  • This number, R0, basically tells you the average number of people infected by one infectious individual; it’s a sort of measure of average contagiousness.

    Unluckily this does not work for CoV-19 as the main path is: Super spreaders with an R-value of anywhere between 10 and 1000. This is also the reason why simple minded experts never will grasp what is going on.


    But since: https://www.lastampa.it/cronac…019-1.39543356?refresh_ce

    Professional translation: early corona Italy la stampa15112020.pdf

    it is anyway unclear who, when and where (why) the virus has been released! Why did CDC start to monitor (classic..?) corona already early 2019?? What does this mean a patent for a SARS vaccination April 2019?


    Did you know that Zicca virus could be contained thanks to Ivermectin?? Same for Westnil and many others. Why was the public never informed about the famous power of Ivermectin?? Despite the inventor recently got a Nobel price?


    The US population just gets fooled by the popular game red v.s. blue instead of the real game freemasons/rotary (NAZI minds) against the population!

  • Zicca is spelled zika, it's one of the main reasons we horse people have ivermectin on had as well as for EEE, what you don't understand is the FDA still has it listed as only for animals. I understand that they may be in the process of remaining it with it's generic name Stromectol. Once this is done doctors should be able to prescribe.

  • Do you think these cremes are bioavailable through the skin? How would you do dosing?

  • this is a study from may and should have alerted the medical community of the use of ivermectin in treating covid 19


    The explosion in scabies cases during COVID‐19 pandemic

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7283861/


    The COVID-19 pandemic emerged in conjunction with changes in many

    areas of life that need to reassessed and adjusted.

    1 These changes also reflected in

    dermatology outpatient and inpatient clinics.

    2,3 Recently, we reported that not

    number but percentages of patients with scabies, psoriasis, urticaria, and scabies-

    related visits to dermatology outpatient clinic increased immediately ten days after

    COVID-19 pandemic.

    4 However, we observed a sudden rise in the number of scabies

    two months after the first case of COVID-19 in Turkey. This finding can be

    addressed in the context of the pandemic-related "stay at home" policy which is very

    crucial to control the outbreak. The severe clinical manifestation of scabies basically

    occurs after 4-6 weeks of the first infestation. This may be the reason why scabies is

    not seen in high number at the beginning of pandemic and then cause an explosion.