Another attempt to kill ivermectin for the treatment of Covid?

Oxford University is the NIAID of the UK–as far as deliberate prevention of effective treatment for Covid goes.  Think HCQ poisonings. The two principal investigators fo the Recovery trial (Peter Horby and Martin Landray) are Oxford professors, who dosed people with sufficient HCQ that more patients died in the treatment arm than in the placebo (untreated) arm of the trial.  They also designed things so the drug was given too late, when the viral titers were gone, autoimmune effects were causing the late signs of damage, and HCQ would no longer be effective. 

Think Astra-Zeneca’s adenovirus vectored Covid vaccine, developed by Sarah Gilbert and Adrian Hill at Oxford.  Adenovirus vaccines were known to cause blood clots even before Covid existed.  Yet it was the only vaccine offered to most people in the UK.

Now Oxford is lending its expertise to the study of outpatient ivermectin.  Do you think it will redeem itself with an honest and ethical study, or try to tank the drug?  Do you think it will finally follow a moral compass?  Stay tuned, as will I.

https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/oxford-university-explores-anti-parasitic-drug-ivermectin-covid-19-treatment-2021-06-22/

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Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

https://www.principletrial.org/participants/participant-information-sheets

Seems like a pretty flawed study if they are not going to give it to 18-64 before they develop symptoms such as shortness of breath. Everyone says that Ivermectin is more efficacious the earlier it’s given.

My understanding is the Wellcome Trust and Oxford professors developed the AstraZeneca vaccine so now we’re supposed to trust others at Oxford to not have any conflicts of interest here?

They’re scared that ivermectin is getting a lot of coverage all over the world and are orchestrating a massive campaign to demonize it.

Also Dr. Pierre Kory and Brett Weinstein were on Joe Ronan’s latest podcast discussing the censorship of ivermectin. Only the USAs most popular podcast.

OldLeonB
OldLeonB
1 year ago

… and Joe Rogan’s latest podcast discussing the censorship of ivermectin has already been censored on YouTube. Only a couple "mashups" and a short video re. the censorship. Nothing on Rogan's "PowerfulJRE" channel. *Apparently* available on Spotify, but you have to log in (which I won't do, so can't verify there).
BUT — the FLCCC Alliance (https://covid19criticalcare.com/) to the rescue — they posted it! I only listened long enough to hear Pierre Kory's voice, so am *assuming* that people can listen to the whole thing from the FLCCC page. Says Spotify, but no login required.

Thank you, Dr. Nass, and thank you, FLCCC Alliance!

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

(Posted by Moki)

https://www.covid19assembly.org/2021/06/2845/

The Covid19 Assembly is leading an attempt to halt the University of Oxford’s “Principle” study on Ivermectin.

We feel that it is being set up to fail in order to discredit Ivermectin and similar treatments and prophylactics. However, as a result of discrediting Ivermectin the study will likely cause the deaths of people who would otherwise have survived with established treatment.

We want to very quickly produce a report to prove that the methodology of this study is not how it should be, put the information in front of all people involved and notify the authorities. We want stop the study or discredit it so it cannot in turn discredit Ivermectin.

Please contact us if you can help in any way:

Medical doctors
Clinicians
Solicitors
Police
etc

If you are involved in the project and would like to whistleblow, please look at our whistleblowing service here which can provide you with all the legal support you need to remain anonymous or protect your job if you go public.

https://www.principletrial.org/

yvette
yvette
1 year ago

Only a 3-day course, when the standard recommendation is 5 days, and we don't (as far as I know) know the dose. Will it be given with or without food (big difference in absorption, better with food). 14 day window to start the 3-day treatment. Not feeling good about this.

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

(posted by Moki)

Very well-written article which gets most things right:

https://libertarianinstitute.org/articles/the-con-job-of-the-century/

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