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Posted By: Magnante, 10/7/2021 4:03:18 AM

One of the more bizarre twists in the saga of the COVID pandemic has been doctors growing increasingly frustrated and even angry with patients asking for medical treatment rather than wholesale vaccination. (snip) Some patients take exception to this approach and ask for ivermectin, which is being used outside of the United States to treat early COVID. There is a significantly lower incidence of serious cases of COVID in countries that use ivermectin for early exposures. Doctors are not taking kindly to the suggestion that patients should have access to medication that can prevent serious illness. They are denouncing ivermectin as a veterinary drug

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Reply 1 - Posted by: dickiedeeb 10/7/2021 4:36:01 AM (No. 937611)
It really hits me personally Heroes striving to solve cold cases To ease the forever grief of unsolved murder They are angels they are Love Then there is so much evil so much hate may they all get what they deserve
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Reply 2 - Posted by: PCMM 10/7/2021 4:48:16 AM (No. 937613)
My primary care provider snapped at me for merely questioning the effectiveness of the “vaccine” and interrupted as I simply stated that I was waiting for more evidence. His reply was, “What are you waiting for … to be hooked-up to a ventilator at the ICU?” That’s the two options in his mind, vaccine or ventilator. The entire nation has been infected with leftist, socialist ideology and unless you challenge what you may have believed to be a “good” physician, then you may never know if that physician is a leftist kook. Sad.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Knotwyrkin 10/7/2021 4:52:23 AM (No. 937615)
I suspect that a lot of physicians are quite angry that they are being told by their bosses they cannot prescribe certain medicines for certain diseases. This sets up internal significant conflict in a group that are used to being independent thinkers.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: BarryNo 10/7/2021 4:57:24 AM (No. 937616)
Doctors can lose their license to practice medicine if they dont follow governmentally approved practices - especially in politically hot cases such as COVID. Being right is dangerous to their carreers, and cant be covered by insurance.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Old Army Vet 10/7/2021 5:04:01 AM (No. 937619)
Fortunately the state that I live in uses invermectin to treat covid. I know someone that took it and it worked very well. By the way, the person that had invermectin prescribed had been vaccinated.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: 5 handicap 10/7/2021 5:15:32 AM (No. 937624)
If his article is describing your Doctor...find another Doctor. There are some good ones out there.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: PChristopher 10/7/2021 5:17:07 AM (No. 937625)
They're all worried about their liability by going along with something that the government doesn't approve of and is therefore less defensible in court if they get sued. That's a big problem in our society in that doctors are more worried about their liability than the patient.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: stablemoney 10/7/2021 5:34:13 AM (No. 937638)
Some doctors are overstepping the boundaries of recommending and are pushing the "vaccine". There is no liability for the "vaccine" , because it is distributed under an emergency order. The doctors are afraid their patients are going to give them the virus. It is wrecking their practices, as they need patients to make a living, nurses to do the work, and hospitals that will allow them access to practice. I have heard nurses explaining that you are treated less well, if you are admitted to a hospital. I wonder if the health insurance is any good, if you pay, and get no treatment. This is a big mess. The politicians and the doctors made the mess. Dr. Fauci created the virus and is responsible for all these deaths. The Chinese took Dr. Fauci's money and ideas to develop bioweapons. All of them are going to hell.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 10/7/2021 6:50:36 AM (No. 937676)
The privilege of practicing medicine can always be revoked.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: anniebc 10/7/2021 7:08:05 AM (No. 937689)
Meanwhile, we are discovering how deep the racket of the jab is. Leftists and RINO leftists, who've left their cushy government jobs, are making real money hand over foot as big pharma reps. Cashing in on big government salaries and the perks of their positions is not enough for them. They've moved on to making real money. Crooks! And, we're discovering that Pfizer used aborted baby parts in their shots. They're such an evil bunch, and they have absolutely no shame. Wake up people! I thought it was bad, but it's getting even worse. There's a whole lot of dragging that needs to take place all over Washington and the rest of the country. When and where do we start?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: hoosierblue 10/7/2021 7:09:21 AM (No. 937690)
My doctor, that I had for about 30ys, retired a couple of years ago. I don't know if it was because he saw the writing on the wall as to what was coming to the medical profession. I am just trying to get use to my new one now but have doubts as the majority of the doctors are afraid of going against the big wigs in the industry. Doctors aren't what they used to be. Most seem to be puppets.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Strike3 10/7/2021 7:30:51 AM (No. 937710)
Scroom. Doctors have had a nice ride for a long time, making huge incomes with little to no accountability Have you ever seen a published success rate for a cardiac surgeon? COVID has brought out the corruption and the failures of the medical industry.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: DCGIRL 10/7/2021 7:38:05 AM (No. 937715)
Sounds like my doctor in Loudoun County Virginia. He comes in and the first damn thing he said is Trump creates hate. My thoughts....where in the h3ll did that come from. I can not go back and he lost me as a patient. He was wrong and should have NEVER brought politics into medicine.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Highlander 10/7/2021 7:47:39 AM (No. 937726)
We get a lot of things in Mexico that are not available here, or is too expensive. We can buy ivermectin over the counter, no problem.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: The Remnants 10/7/2021 8:11:05 AM (No. 937743)
I saw the billing for my yearly physical, and it seemed a little overpriced for what I experienced. So I asked my doctor why it was so high, and he told me he had nothing to do with that, and I should ask the billing department. Really, too much trouble to track them down, so I let it ride, but my insurance company and medicare seem to be overcharging just a bit. Anyway, just another institution which I once respected has slipped off the pedestal.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: walcb 10/7/2021 8:48:35 AM (No. 937786)
In Re to #5, what state allows doctors to prescribe Ivermectin?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Yuban 10/7/2021 8:54:27 AM (No. 937793)
Many doctors, like politicians, think they are God. If they fail to treat you the way you want to be treated, then walk away. There are doctors out there that do care about your health more than how much your health insurance is worth.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: ThreeBadCats3 10/7/2021 9:05:51 AM (No. 937808)
As a F.P physician in practice for 40 years, I prescribe HCQ, including a course to myself and wife who works as a nurse, for our covid infection. So far it has been universally very helpful. But I suspect that a majority of physicians think this is foolishness. The entire situation, testing repeatedly with no treatment advised regardless of the result, the increasingly inescapable and obvious questionable benefits if not damage of the vaccine, useless mask mandates, the hostile atmosphere regarding the issue, all contribute to fear and depression among physicians and patients. And a crime against our children. This is a nightmare situation for all of us.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: NamVet70 10/7/2021 9:13:48 AM (No. 937818)
It has gotten pretty bad when the US government is preventing its citizens from buying inexpensive medications to prevent death from a virus, and the medical community has been cowed into complying with the government edicts. Medical facilities are about the only remaining places where you now have to wear a facial covering to enter the premises, even though the physicians know that the face mask will not stop the spread of an airborne virus. If air can get through, the virus also can get through. How noble is it to practice a profession where you have to participate in a known falsehood?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: cheeflo 10/7/2021 9:58:20 AM (No. 937875)
I’m disgusted at my doctor’s insistence on masks in the office. Any medical pro worth his/her salt knows that masks are useless against a virus. The infusion nurse doesn’t enforce that, but last week she said one of the doctors gave the boot to a patient who protested and asked that if he walked by, would I please put one on. My own doctor thought I was trivializing the virus by asking how deadly a virus that has a 99.7% survival rate. It’s a fair question. First, do no harm. Yeah, right.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: red1066 10/7/2021 10:44:41 AM (No. 937933)
Doctors don't like being questioned by anyone. Your suppose to take their advise and not question it. I suspect that's why most medical students go into the profession although they won't admit it. What other profession offers an extremely high salary and the ability to act and be treated like a god. Gods don't like being put on the spot. Look how Fauci reacted when questioned by Congress critters. Your suppose to accept what they say as if it was coming from the Lord himself. However doctors are in a tough spot in some hospitals because they have to follow hospital rules for care. If said hospital states that a certain medication is not acceptable, then the doctor can't offer it. Even if he agrees with the patient.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: paral04 10/7/2021 11:18:56 AM (No. 937971)
Ivermectin has been used on humans for many years and doctors know it. The ones who say this have gone over to the dark side. Withholding known treatments to Covid patients is a crime and should be dealt with accordingly. Anyway, what happened to the "Right to Try" banter that was going around?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: HannaRichard 10/7/2021 11:47:14 AM (No. 938008)
Knotwyrkin "I suspect that a lot of physicians are quite angry that they are being told by their bosses they cannot prescribe certain medicines for certain diseases. This sets up internal significant conflict in a group that are used to being independent thinkers." We (independent doctors and educated patients) all need to object to government-controlled medicine. After finding that the doctor I used to like has drunk the Kool-Aid about masks and therapeutics for covid, I started to use homeopathic treatments for chronic health problems that aren't going to kill me but will interfere with quality of life (pain, sinusitis, restless leg syndrome.) I made this decision because my meds provided for pain weren't effective but the med prescribed for RLS was an addictive psychotropic med. So now the FDA has proposed rules to supervise homeopathic meds … looking into a "Dallas" Buyers Club for Ivermectin and homeopathic treatments.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: DVC 10/7/2021 12:18:19 PM (No. 938034)
A LOT of docs are burning down their credibility, and will be losing a lot of patients. A lot of docs will not be trusted again. If I could find a doc who is taking new patients, and would offer ivermectin treatment for Wuhan flu, I'd switch from my "current" doc (who I haven't seen this year, and may never again visit) who's on the wrong side of all of this mess.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Maryland_Patriot 10/7/2021 12:54:28 PM (No. 938080)
#16, SC is testing it, and almost anyone there can get it.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Maryland_Patriot 10/7/2021 12:58:55 PM (No. 938082)
My primary doc is one of the good ones, but he is unable to issue medical exception letters because the laws, as written, only allow an exemption if the person is proven to be allergic to the PEG (polyethylene glycol) preservative in it. He also has a 6 month - 1 year waiting list for appointments due to the demand of finding someone like him.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: RUReadyY3K 10/7/2021 1:12:50 PM (No. 938101)
Coumadin (generic name is warfarin) is a common drug prescribed for heart patients as a blood thinner to reduce the chance of blood clots. This was originally developed and used as a rat poison. I wonder if these Dr. that denigrate ivermectin have a problem prescribing Coumadin?
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Reply 28 - Posted by: TexasHillCountry 10/7/2021 6:39:09 PM (No. 938324)
I had the Wuhan bug back in December. I found the radio interview with Dr. Vladimir Zelenko. He did not mention Ivermectin, whose inventors won a Nobel Prize for medicine!--But Dr. Zelenko had developed a treatment protocol using HCQ, zinc, a Z-pack, vitamins D and C. He had used it on patients in their 90's with great success. He suggested using a natural antihistamine called quercetin along with the zinc and vitamins. My doc would not even consider prescribing the HCQ protocol when I asked her about it, but dismissed it as just "internet chatter" or something like that. So my wife was able to find some quercetin at the local health food store. We already had the zinc and vitamins. After 2 doses of the quercetin and zinc I could feel myself getting better and we are talking a matter of hours here, not days. BTW, Ivermectin was developed as a human medication before it was used on animals.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: crashnburn 10/7/2021 11:41:44 PM (No. 938578)
I had a physical in June. Everything went well until my zombie in a lab coat asked if I had been vaccinated. I said "No" and he went ballistic. He said everything that questioned the "vaccine" was bullshit and conspiracy theories. He even said the CDC's VAERS website was bullshit and conspiracy theories. He wouldn't let me talk, and tried to bullshit, bully, and browbeat me into getting the jab. He also said my natural immunity was useless against the Delta Variant, that only the jab would protect me, and if I got the Delta Variant I had a 15% chance of dying. I found out later that night that the vaccine's antibodies don't even see the Delta Variant, and that though the Delta Variant is 20 times more contagious, it's half as deadly as the flu. Also, my natural immunity is 27 times better than the jab's immunity, and it doesn't wear off. I was reluctant to get the jab at first, and the more I learn about it, the more resistant to it I am. My wife had CoiVid-19 the same time I did, and she got the Moderna shot to protect my mother in law. We all wish she hadn't. The shot caused profound neurological damage, to the extent it appears she has sudden onset dementia. I'm hoping therapy will work. My mother in law is taking care of her the best she can, but she's in remission from lymphoma cancer. She's going to stick around as long as possible, but none of us know how long that will be. Luckily, I just got a job where I can work from home most of the time, but I'm not sure how productive that time will be.
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Virginia’s gubernatorial contest between Republican Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAuliffe clearly has supporters of the latter worried. Recent polls show a far tighter race than they expected. Consequently, it was all but inevitable that McAuliffe’s allies would attempt to meddle with election laws using public health as a pretext. Sure enough, the Democrat-dominated Fairfax Board of Supervisors has asked Gov. Ralph Northam to waive the witness signature requirement that Virginia law stipulates for all absentee ballots. Board Chairman Jeffrey McKay insists that the waiver is needed due to the threat of COVID-19, yet cases are declining.
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