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The real origins and history of Ivermectin

Because of the sheer volume of medical disinformation being pushed out right now, I thought it important to research the origins and history of Ivermectin. Turns out, much of what the media is saying is not really true.

Ivermectin has been used in humans for 35 years and over 4 billion doses have been administered. Merck, the original patent holder, donated 3.7 billion doses to developing countries. In 2015 two individuals who developed Ivermectin were awarded a Nobel Prize for medicine.

HERE is a Nobel lecture presented by Satoshi Omura in 2015 that gives an in depth description of what Ivermectin is, how it was discovered, its many years of successful human treatment globally, and its wide variety of uses.

Additionally, HERE are a collection of peer reviewed studies, 39 of which show that Ivermectin is effective in the treatment of the sars-cov-2 virus.

Recent media stories have made claims of hospitals in various locations being "overwhelmed by people taking horse paste". After seeing the false reporting, one of the hospitals included in these stories did a press release correcting the claims. Ironically, Twitter censored the release as "fake news". Just a little investigative journalism on the part of the Post Millennial showed very quickly that these stories were fabricated.

The Indian Bar Association sued WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan on May 25, accusing her in a 71-point brief of causing the deaths of Indian citizens by misleading them about Ivermectin.

With all this information so readily available, it really makes one wonder just what the heck is going on with the corporate media in the U.S.. Is it possible for the entire media to be unaware of how wrong and misleading they have been? It's a weird period of time to be sure.


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