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Thorner: Ivermectin Found to Reduce COVID Death Risk by 92%

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Thorner:  Ivermectin Found to Reduce COVID Death Risk by 92%
According to the following article posted a few years ago, the use of ivermectin was considered dangerous, although the FDA had at the time authorized ivemectin for human use to treat infections caused by some parasitic worms and head lice and skin conditions like rosacea. 
As you may recall, at the time ivermectin was called horse paste because it was given to animals.  As the FDA warned:  "Never use medications intended for animals on yourself or other people. Animal Ivermectin products are very different from those approved for humans. Use of animal ivermectin for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19 in humans is dangerous."
Thus, ivermectin became next to impossible to purchase in the U.S.  The licenses of doctors were threatened who prescribed ivermectin, which, in turn, prompted many Americans to order ivermectin pills from countries like India. 
However, the government quashed this idea, when many Americans found that their ivermectin orders were confiscated when going through customs.  Thorner was fortunate to get her supply of ivermectin tablets from a certified British pharmaceutical company located in India before the U.S. customs seizures. 
Thorner continues to take a maintenance dose of one 12mg. ivermectin tablet weekly, reflective of her weight. 
Presently, the most effective way cited by government to limit the spread of COVID-19 , and to keep from experiencing adverse Covid-19 effects, is to expose yourself to the experimental COVID-19 vaccine and follow up booster shots, from which pharmaceutical companies are making billions of dollars from producing.
Scientists, however, in this new Harvard and John Hopkins study have found  "unethical" Covid-19 vaccines to be 98 times worse than the disease.
Joe Rogan about ivermectin and Covid-19
When Joe Rogan caught Covid-19 in September of 2021, he said he tried to fight COVID-19 by throwing the “kitchen sink” at it, including monoclonal antibodies, Z-Pak, Prednisone, an NAD drip, a vitamin drip and, most controversially, ivermectin.
And it turned out that Joe Rogan was right about ivermectin and Covid.
Peer released ivermectin study
In a peer released study dated September 5, 2022, it was found that regular use of ivermectin reduced the risk of dying from COVID-19 by 92%.
The peer-reviewed study was published by the online medical journal Cureus. The study was conducted on a strictly controlled population of 88,012 people from the city of Itajaí in Brazil. 
Highlights of the study:
  • “Individuals who used ivermectin as prophylaxis or took the medication before being infected by COVID experienced significant reductions in death and hospitalization.”
  • “Those who took ivermectin regularly had a 92% reduction in their COVID death risk compared to non-users and 84% less than irregular users.”
  • "The hospitalization rate was reduced by 100% in regular users compared to both irregular users and non-users.”
The peer-reviewed study further cites the following:  "The impressive reduction for regular ivermectin users was evident despite the regular users being at a higher risk for COVID deaths. The regular users were older and had a higher prevalence of type 2 diabetes and hypertension than irregular and non-users."
A doctor in Florida claims he's treated 3000 Covid-19 patients successfully with human versions of ivermectin.
Other affirmative articles about the successful use of ivermectin early on in treating Covid-19 can be found by searching the Internet.
It seems time for the FDA to approve the use of ivermectin, and easy access to it, here in the U.S.  It has already been proven to be a miracle drug for many Americans who were affected with Covid-19. 
Might it be that thousands of Americans have lost their lives because the medical profession and the FDA  refuses to accept that ivermectin is an effective early treatment for Covid-19?


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