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Anti-parasite drug used on Arkansas jail's
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Posted By: Ribicon, 8/29/2021 11:28:51 AM

Little Rock, Ark.—Inmates at a northwest Arkansas jail have been prescribed ivermectin to combat COVID-19, despite warnings from federal health officials that the antiparasitic drug should not be used to treat the coronavirus.(Snip)In a video posted on his Facebook page, Dr. Rob Karas said ivermectin is one of nine medications he's prescribed for COVID-19 to inmates at the jail and has been administering there since October. Karas said no inmates are forced to take the medication and they can refuse it. Karas said the jail has had 531 virus cases and zero deaths and only one inmate hospitalized. In a Facebook post, Karas said 67%


No deaths in a close-quarters situation where the dread disease should be taking a grim toll, especially among a population that likely is not health-conscious. Treatments that might be effective must be derided because their existence threatens the profits of the Pfizer company, and thus the USA itself.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Calamity Kate 8/29/2021 11:35:38 AM (No. 897023)
Internet search Japanese Health Minister and Ivermectin video. Listing to his words, not editorialized takes. Doing wonders for Covid. The FDA's full court press against the 'dewormer' is criminal.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Maggie2u 8/29/2021 11:44:12 AM (No. 897030)
A little off topic but in response to OP's remarks about close quarters situation and among a population not being health conscious, I'm wondering why all the tens of thousands of homeless in our country haven't come down with this disease. One would think the hospitals would be full of sick homeless.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Patchy Groundfog 8/29/2021 11:51:17 AM (No. 897036)
'Federal health officials' have been spectacularly, comprehensively wrong for close to 2 years. Why is the AP quoting them and why would anyone believe them?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: franq 8/29/2021 12:00:41 PM (No. 897045)
It's working for us.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Come And Take It 8/29/2021 12:01:39 PM (No. 897047)
Nice that convicts are given more choices about their own health care than we are.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Strike3 8/29/2021 12:02:29 PM (No. 897049)
This is a far better record than Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson&Johnson, Merck and other Fauci and Gates investments can claim. Plus, it's free!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Cardsfan 8/29/2021 12:13:41 PM (No. 897057)
Some of the recent bad press about ivermectin is because people were self-prescribing with doses meant to treat horses. Water, taken in reasonable quantities is harmless, a significant overdose (aka drowning) is another story. The CDC fails to make that distinction in recent warnings.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: udanja99 8/29/2021 12:17:25 PM (No. 897062)
So convicted felons can get the treatment but we law abiding citizens can’t. This country is doomed.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: volksford 8/29/2021 12:18:49 PM (No. 897064)
The highly enlightened FDA feels threatened by off label use , I bet they have a "safe space" for the triggered . If you look at the Worldometer site you will see that India a country of four times our population ,has a low death rate. The Indian government approved widespread use of Ivermectin. Looks like we have a political virus
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Reply 10 - Posted by: TXknitter 8/29/2021 12:23:55 PM (No. 897069)
The same FDA that thinks high quality Vit C supplements do nothing for ya, thinks educating people that a nutrient-dense diet so one has a strong immune system is not a biggie? You mean that FDA? Thanks #1.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: MOBeef4u 8/29/2021 12:26:18 PM (No. 897074)
I strongly suspect that, while not directly treating, i.e. killing, the virus, ivermectin is proving to be highly effective in treating the conditions the virus causes before they become life-threatening. Safe, effective, widely available, cheap, what’s not to love? Anyone in the health hierarchy got an answer? I’ll wait.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: red1066 8/29/2021 12:33:48 PM (No. 897079)
Israel has been using Ivermectin and has had great results treating those with Covid.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: earlybird 8/29/2021 12:59:27 PM (No. 897093)
Ivermectin, originally FDA-approved as an anti-parasitic. has also been found to be remarkably effective against Covid if given early. All of the doctors who known about such things - including Dr. Robert Malone, who invented the mRNA technology on which the current shots are based - say that ivermectin is appropriate as a first line medication in early Covid cases. It is even appropriate for prophylactic (preventative) use. This treatment was widely used in India with excellent results.This article is part of the propaganda the government and the pharma producers of shots are getting out. These shots would not have been given Emergency Use Authorization if a treatment had been available, so they have had to squelch and demonize the treatments that were successful.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 8/29/2021 1:01:31 PM (No. 897095)
People wouldn't have to resort to the animal supply store for their medicine, and make mistakes calculating by weight, if the doctors were ethical and cared more about their patients' welfare than their own financial security!!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: earlybird 8/29/2021 1:03:41 PM (No. 897097)
Re #7. anyone who has spent 5 minutes on internet forums knows that there is a great deal of ignorance and even some downright stupidity amongst thos who post there. Many meds are used in animals as well as humans. The doses would obviously differ substantially. There are instructions online for where to obtain ivermectin and appropriately use it for early Covid prevention and treatment.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Highlander 8/29/2021 1:22:41 PM (No. 897111)
Why should the feds warn against ivermectin? It cut the death toll in India to almost none. It worked great in India. Why should the prisoners have higher priority over lawful citizens?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: hershey 8/29/2021 2:01:59 PM (No. 897137)
Ah, I guess that will cure them of voting democrat then.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: earlybird 8/29/2021 3:57:15 PM (No. 897216)
Re #16, I will try to make this simple: The FDA granted Emergency Use Authorization to the hurried-up shots. In order to do that, there could be no alternative - prevention or treatment. If they had not quashed HCQ and Ivermectin known (by then) treatments, they could not have granted EUAs to the shots. Additionally, pharma is working on “new” treatments. There is no money for them in either HCQ or ivermectin. They won’t do Covid trials with them. They have no interest in them. But they work.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Zarin 8/29/2021 4:38:53 PM (No. 897269)
This Dr. Karas is brave. He might lose his job, even tho' what he did is perfectly legal and within the guidelines of ethical treatment. I posted a Japan Ivermectin story on Face Book and got Fact Checked. They called the IVM a horse dewormer - like this AP story - which disses the 'rubes' in hick Arkansas. The IVM has been working all over the world - we can get ours from a local maverick physician who does not take Medicare - he is in his 70's, graduated from West Point & keeps only paper records. Our local small town pharmacy has filled our prescriptions. Relatives are having a difficult time getting Kroger or CVS to refill the Rx. The pharmacists are questioning the dosage prescribed. The FDA approved IVM decades ago - it has proven to be a fairly safe drug - you cannot take it if you are on blood thinners. Once the FDA approves a drug as safe and effective, health care providers can legally prescribe that medication even for a condition for which the drug is not approved.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Zarin 8/29/2021 4:54:43 PM (No. 897287)
Reply to poster #2. Why are not the homeless not being mowed down by the virus? I'm not sure how accurate our stats are to detect how many homeless are affected. That said I am thinking that several factors are involved. How many fat homeless people do you see? Obesity is the # one comorbidity for predicting death from the CCP virus. Also I am guessing that the homeless being outdoors most of the time is another part of the key. They get plenty of sunshine and natural Vitamin D plus benefiting from the 4 or 5 other wonderful mechanisms that occur when our skin is hit by sunshine - like making nitric oxide and making complex chemicals that boost our innate immune systems. And lastly - I think most are not so frail - they tough it out in the most unpleasant conditions. Yes, sadly, many ultimately kill themselves with the booze & dope - but before that happens they must have fairly 'robust' immune systems. Just a guess.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Sandpiper 8/29/2021 5:22:36 PM (No. 897310)
Yes!! What number 14 said!! A relative is sick with Covid, has had it for almost two weeks. So two days ago she went to her dr to get something to help with their breathing. Invermectin? Absolutely not!! Monoclonal antibody infusion! No! Not now! Maybe on Tuesday. Can anything be proscribed? No! And he sent her home. Today she was admitted to the hospital because she can’t breathe. No treatment until you are too sick to survive without support. Had she been treated when she sought help she probably would have avoided a hospital bed. They are playing with people’s lives!
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Reply 22 - Posted by: DVC 8/29/2021 6:11:29 PM (No. 897384)
As far as doctor prescribed works in India and other places, and has worked a lot in the USA, too. I know people who have prescriptions for it from their doctors. It depends a lot on whether you trust your doc or the FDA more. I know that my trust in the FDA is nearly zero. Your opinion may be different. Your choices may be different. I won't interfere with your choices and expect the same. I'd say that these prisoners are getting better health care advice than about 90% of average Americans today. When examining the veterinary supplies at our farm store in Colorado a few months ago, I saw ivermectin in a internal use "apple flavored" form for horses. I also saw ivermectin in an EXTERNAL USE ONLY form for use against roundworms, mange mitec, etc on the outside of cattle. The bottle clearly says EXTERNAL USE ONLY, and is obviously not formulated for ingestion, where the 'apple flavored' internal version was intended for internal use. Drinking the outside "dip" form is just seriously stupid. So, any time you are "going outside the boundaries", it pays to use a good bit of common sense, but unfortunately that is in very short supply lately in many places.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: danu 8/29/2021 7:19:57 PM (No. 897470)
IVM was originally used for humans. India benefitted greatly back then as well, because it controlled some seriously awful parasitic conditions in humans, such as ''river blindness''. Only later did the FDA approve it to become a horse de-wormer in the West. Ranchers long have used a one time dose per year for their horses--and themselves. Heck, there was a time when on-line shopping named basic FDA approved vet brands of ivm as their choice for human consumption. They probably had to scrub that endorsement, I expect, in the present climate . Later formulations for other livestock and other purposes can include dodgy chemicals. The SDS safety data sheets for those brands must be scrutinised for those chemical names. As Columbo says when he puts on his raincoat- 'follow the money'. I say: be smarter than the average bear.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: MickTurn 8/29/2021 7:24:27 PM (No. 897476)
Sounds like it will also work to ward off Democrats...
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Reply 25 - Posted by: DVC 8/30/2021 1:03:47 AM (No. 897693)
#21, if your relative can be moved to Florida, there are many clinics who will quickly treat with monoclonal antibodies. It will not be as much of a miracle cure at this stage, but may yet save a life. If transportation is still possible, this may be the best option.
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