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Work with ivermectin earned a Nobel Prize

 

Last updated 11/4/2021 at 1:57pm



I was so thankful that a good friend beat COVID within a very short period of time despite (or perhaps) because that person never had the vaccine. I am thankful that the drugs hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin started turning things around quite quickly for the better for my friend (a Fallbrook resident.) Fortunately, there are doctors who know the benefits of these drugs and are using them with great success in the treatment of this virus.

These two drugs have been helping people and saving lives for many years. In fact, the Nobel Prize was given in 2015 to William C. Campbell and Satoshi Omura for their work with ivermectin (not in the treatment of animals but humans.)

According to the Nobel Prize information, it has been very successful in both animals and humans against a variety of parasites. Unlike the COVID vaccine, ivermectin was studied for years before being used to help humans in the fight against the parasites that cause River Blindness and Lymphatic Filariasis and according to the Nobel Prize information with little to no side effect.

And how long was the COVID vaccine tested? You will see more recent information warning against these drugs. Don’t you ask yourself why? I am thankful for the few brave doctors who stand by the oath they took and it is a shame others aren’t living up to that oath. I wonder if they swore on a Bible.

Patricia Moore

 

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