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If one has to fight covid, I'm hearing more and more about Ivermectin which has been around for a long time ** if it came down to it, I'd sure pursue Ivermectin.

My goal is strong immune system and I'm doing good in that area.

So just an FYI and as usual do your research, it's being used in parts of the world for this covid....

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The US FDA has a different assessment of ivermectin, however:

FAQ: COVID-19 and Ivermectin Intended for Animals | FDA

A while back someone recommended it for my cat's earmites. However, the vet didn't want to chance using it. It seems to be risky for pets, and it seems to be risky for humans as well.
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All drugs are risky, and what about vaccines, RISKY??? If one decides to do a drug, of course, under doctor supervision....we will hear pro/cons on it all.

Just hearing a lot of my radio info and on polls taken, and the majority are saying no, maybe, wait and see.
I do no polls but I know what I will do...

And now millions$$$ will be spent by ad companies to persuade people to take the jab...I can hear it now, omg.
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Dr. Kory on Ivermectin re-purposed drug for Covid. Worth hearing this. It' old and CHEAP...could be helping so many NOW.....

"I CAN'T KEEP DOING THIS": Doctor pleads for review of data during COVID-19 Senate hearing - YouTube
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If one has to fight covid, I'm hearing more and more about Ivermectin which has been around for a long time ** if it came down to it, I'd sure pursue Ivermectin.

My goal is strong immune system and I'm doing good in that area.

So just an FYI and as usual do your research, it's being used in parts of the world for this covid....

Latin America's embrace of an unproven COVID treatment is hindering drug trials.
Unchecked ivermectin use in the region is making it difficult to test the anti-parasite drug’s effectiveness against the coronavirus.

High-profile coronavirus retractions raise concerns about data oversight
Retracted studies had relied on health-record analyses from a company that declined to share its raw data for an audit

One Retracted Abstract - Ivermectin in Covid-19 RelatedCritical Illness

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Caroline if you want to make an informed choice I suggest you learn some immunology and the vaccines which have been developed in the context of Covid-19 infection.

In my case I began to learn immunology when I was a post-doc at Oxford. Discussing immunology there with the late Professor Porter (Nobel Prize 1972) was very instructive.
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I have some in the emergency cupboard for the chickens in case they get mites. Actually not allowed to buy it here for chickens, but can buy it for budgerigars. I've never used it for my hens. When using on chickens it is topical application and eggs MUST be withheld from consumption. I prefer to use ash as in wood ash if needed in the area where they dust bathe.
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I don't TRUST these rushed vaccines and have info that **...What is going to happen when millions are jabbed with them...I don't trust them and I don't need to go to school to learn
this... I hope I'm wrong wrong wrong on the vaccines and it was also reported they don't prevent covid but one could get milder case....Vit C, Vit D, Zinc and Grape Seed Extract does the same thing and even better..

Our news today talks about the airplanes and trucks hauling into our country with millions of doses, and how many will not take the vaccine....yes plenty will...

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Ah, one member said he's going to buy some for his virtual dog Rover.
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edited to add: AHHH I see, politics.
Have read more about this senate hearing and Dr Kory and shall now bow out of further conversation gracefully.

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