"I CAN'T KEEP DOING THIS": Dr. Pierre Kory pleads for review of data during COVID-19 Senate hearing... Dec 8, 2020.
A TEN-MINUTE video:
Delivered on December 8, Dr. Pierre Kory's testimony is VERY COMPELLING. He says,
"Everything has been about NOVEL, and EXPENSIVE..."
"Ivermectin: If you take it, YOU WILL NOT GET SICK. You will be protected from getting ill if you take it!...It is proving to be a WONDER DRUG."
"...All I'm asking is for the NIH to review our data that we've compiled... we have almost 30 studies."
It appears that this Senate Hearing was requested by Senators Ron Johnson and Rand Paul. This pdf document lists 28 studies referred to in Dr. Kory's statement:
Dr. Kory's words are falling on deaf ears in both the U.S. and the U.K.
"On Jan. 2,  Smentkiewicz was given her first dose of Ivermectin, and according to court papers filed by her family, she made “a complete turnaround.”
“In less than 48 hours, my mother was taken off the ventilator, transferred out of the Intensive Care Unit, sitting up on her own and communicating,” Kulbacki said in a court affidavit.
But after her mother was transferred to another hospital wing away from the ICU, doctors in that unit refused to give her any more doses of the drug, and her condition quickly declined, the family said in court papers. Full article
by Angela Betsaida B. Laguipo, BSN Apr 6 2020
"Around the world, scientists race to develop a vaccine or treatment against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).
"Now, a team of researchers has found that a drug already available around the world can kill the coronavirus in a lab setting in just 48 hours...
"The team... showed that Ivermectin reduced COVID-19 viral RNA present in cell culture by as much as 93 percent after 24 hours and by 99.8 percent after 48 hours, at around a 5,000-fold reduction in coronavirus RNA, hinting that the medicine can potentially eradicate the virus." Full article
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