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Typo in title: it says cross-county when it should be cross-country

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Excellent! It was corrected by the time I finished reading the article and was ready to share it! 💗

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The "hospital beds" factor is interesting. Since we know that hospital protocols killed many people, I wonder what it was about having more access to hospitals that was still beneficial. Or is it because many other countries did NOT use those deadly protocols, so the number of hospital beds was predictive of supportive care/treatment?

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What was beneficial was the money the hospitals obtained for venting people.

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Sep 25, 2023·edited Sep 25, 2023

HCQ was what I used during the last 3 years in RN school. Worked great. Prefer it over IVM. PS Thanks for the treatment links. I like the journal! Now I finally have one I can trust : )

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I've heard that it has more (severe) side effects than IVM, of which, I noticed none, whatsoever.

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Same here, $`12 horse past got my/ [big pharma's] Co-v 19's 104 temp to 98 in 3 HR's, recovery in 3 days, but 1 week for full recovery. (With no groupthink pharma pimps or quacks involved! (Accept Dr. Fauci's big pharma's "gain of function baby.") Without them all this death woulden't be possible! Thank Satan.

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Medications do have side effects, but those two medicines have been used for decades, not so with remdesivir or experimental mRNA shots. Personally, I prefer natural treatments, I used zinc, and quercetin, vit c, D3, CoQ10, and nasal sprays.

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If Ivermectin has side effects - I didn't notice. It worked like a charm.

I'm sure that HCq works well, too - but it's an anti-malarial, from a whole different family of drugs. From what I've heard, the anti-malarials have more of a pronounced side effect profile. That's all I was pointing out.

Neither of these has the low (to negative) effectiveness, or positive lethality of Remdesivir, or the Experimental Synthetic mRNA gene therapy injections, of course.

You sound like you were doing fine with the ones you listed - but I can speak to the remarkable effectiveness of Ivermectin, which is compatible with all of those others... Though it's best taken at a different meal/time from the Quercitin, as I hear they don't go well together, when administered at the exact same time.

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God help us!

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I take it HCQ will magically deal with influenza as well for some magicall reason no one can quite put their finger on.

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The "magic" is, is, as with pharma's [rushed into production] flu vaccine in 1914 & it's recently jabbed solder being patient zero for the 500 million kill [cough] "magically" renamed, "SPANISH Flu. I.E. P.R. magic for the easily fooled dumbed-down suckers & sheeple.

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The magic was in ascribing the CoV2 moniker to the constellation of P and I already endemic with maybe some flu vaccine delivered scariants.

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Thanks Dr James Lyons-Weiler, and IPAK, for taking a deep dive look into these kinds of studies, and turning them into plain English so that they can be shared far and wide with others. You are making a massive difference. 🙏🏻

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When you couple those documented facts, with the fact SARS Co-v 19 was a patented, gain of function, money, power and death promotor, it makes it easy to understand Romans 6:23’s, “Death is the wages of sin.” admonition! (Or why pharma "medicine" is a, or the leader in cause of iatrogenic death, according to the Johns Hopkins study or Dr. Null's book, Death by Medicine.

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So, half a million people died so that pharma could get EUA shots mandated! The atrocities are of such a magnitude, yet the pied piper of pharma continues on his merry way, not a worry in the world of being held liable, and the gullible follow.

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I don't think everyone who takes ivermectin for a short period of time will have a side effect. As medications go, it is touted as being very safe by those doctors we have been listening to speak out over the past couple of years. I would trust those doctors over those established in institutions rife with conflicts of interest, and not willing to stand up. My go to would be natural treatments first. I have avoided painkillers after a triple fraction of my shoulder; however, I gladly took morphine before they removed my gallbladder, I could not withstand the pain. So, each case has to be taken on the basis of its merits, and not a political agenda.

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I think negative side effects of HCQ is an individual thing. I was prescribed to use it prophylactically against malaria while in India, and could not tolerate at all. Others had no problem.

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I don’t need an official study to know we were gaslit throughout all the Covid BS!

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