Suspended Texas doctor who promoted ivermectin as Covid treatment resigns from hospital

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  1. Condor060

    Condor060 Well-Known Member Donor

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    And its unimaginable how the media and the US government are quashing any information that doesn't support their agenda.
     
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    So you're opinion is that she just got lucky? LMFAO, what are you doing on a debate forum?
     
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    lucky? she used "monoclonal antibodies" and this

    if she used "monoclonal antibodies" and anything, it could work the same

    cause the "monoclonal antibodies" did the trick
     
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    LOL!! So she treated 2000 positive covid patients and only one was hospitalized. Sounds like she knew what she was doing as that's well below the expected number.
     
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    Or she used an even cheaper and more effective method of treating COVD pneumonia - the one these “Doctors” like the “American Frontline Doctors” who are cashing in on Covid are not promoting

    Awake Proning
     
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    Do you think the good doctor is dumb? She was clearly convinced of the efficacy of Ivermectin.
    Or maybe you have some data on how many patients were prescribed which treatment.
     
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    Wrong! One died, we don't know how many were hospitalised. I know 100s of people who have caught Covid in the last few months and not one has been hospitalised or died. These people I know had no treatment at all
     
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    So why did she use monoclonal antibodies if invermectin is so good?
     
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    clennan Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Oh she's not dumb. She's got a private practise to promote.
     
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    sounds like maybe she is, or she is playing dumb, which do you think it is?
     
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    What an appalling conclusion you have come to! Because the appeal was successful you think it concerns the efficacy of the drug! Yet, quite clearly, the legal ramification is stated!
    ""The doctors have plausibly alleged that FDA's posts fell on the wrong side of the line between telling about and telling to," the ruling stated. "FDA is not a physician. It has the authority to inform, announce and apprise – but not to endorse, denounce or advise.""
     
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    agree, same with drugs like pain drugs, etc.... doctors should make the choice with their patients - not for the Fed to interfere

    even if it's the wrong choice, if the patient demands it, and it might help, they should get it

    patients can doctor shop (get a second opinion) if one doctor is against it
     
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