All around the world, disinformation articles are being written and read that claim that there is no evidence that Ivermectin saves lives, reduces hospitalization, or reduces symptoms of COVID-19. Such as this one. INFURIATING.
Every one of those articles is wrong. Every last one.
The clinical studies that do exist, and the consilience of the real-world data (RWD), show that early use of ivermectin reduces mortality by somewhere between 50 and 85%.
Patients are suing hospitals in multiple states to have judges decide whether a doctor should be ordered by the court to write a prescription for ivermectin.
In some cases, the family wins, and the patient recovers.
In some cases, the patient dies before a ruling.
This is moronic.
Look, we cannot use “Compassionate Use” laws due to the delay that the paperwork processing by FDA requires.
A legal analyst published their opinion on Montana’s “Right to Try” law. This was reviewed recently in the context of COVID-19. From The Billings Gazette:
In a recent newsletter from the Montana Medical Association obtained by the Montana State News Bureau, Justin Cole, a partner at Garlington, Lohn, & Robinson, PLLP, wrote “in short, the ‘Right to Try’ Act under either federal or state law does not compel a provider to prescribe any particular medication or therapy.”
Cole went on to write the act “does not create substantive rights for a patient to compel a provider to administer any given medication. Rather, it permits a provider to either prescribe or not prescribe, providing immunity for the provider, in either case, based on a narrow set of circumstances that must be met before the Right to Try Act applies.”
The act, Cole continued, “should not supplant a provider’s medical decision-making (whether to prescribe or not prescribe certain medications or therapies) within appropriate standards of care, based on the facts and circumstances presented to the clinician.”
The Montana Right to Try law requires a patient to have received a recommendation for a drug from their treating health care provider, among other requirements.”
Let’s say the analysis is correct. Since public health and the medical juggernaut has decided to misrepresent and ignore the science on the life-saving benefits of ivermectin, the people need to take matters into their own hands and pass bills into laws that in circumstances in which one of the outcomes of disease progression is death, patients (or patients families) can order a physician to write a script for any drug that the family has provided evidence that shows potential reduction in risk of death.
The On Demand laws should also have two additional steps: No medical board can prosecute any physician for providing a script under these circumstances, and the doctors and hospitals are free from liability for adverse events or patient’s deaths if the patient invokes their On Demand rights.
This has to happen in all states NOW. Consider sending this article to your State Congressional Representative and all of your contacts.
Science shows that ivermectin saves lives. The effect is stronger and more clear than that for remdesivir, and there is far, far more evidence that ivermectin is effective than for molnupiravir.
Skeptics can see the evidence on ivermectin here.
By Demand. Now. This life you save could be your own.