Source: Sky News


In an interview with Alan Jones, Craig Kelly MP discusses the vaccine rollout mishaps and yet again, rightfully points out the myriad of medical specialists around the world who support the use of ivermectin for the prophylaxis and treatment of their Covid-19 patients with the backup of extensive positive data. They quote:

“Even rapidly deployed, safe and effective vaccines are not an immediate panacea.”

Assembly of the Council of Europe

“I don’t believe we have the evidence, on ANY of the vaccines to be confident that it is going to prevent people from actually getting the infection, and therefore being able to pass it on.”

Dr Soumya Swaminathan, WHO’s Chief Scientist

“You have sworn to do the very best for your patients, and ivermectin is the only thing we have that treats Covid at all stages. We have evaluated the evidence properly and we can see that ivermectin substantially reduces deaths from Covid and prevents infections. There’s a mountain of evidence that for some reason or other, the health authorities are not properly evaluating. I know you’re really busy, but it’s your duty to look at the evidence and decide for yourselves whether or not ivermectin is worth a shot. I’m certain you’ll agree, the evidence is overwhelming and that ivermectin should be immediately employed to save lives.

Dr Tess Lawrie, Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy Director, UK

“It is completely incomprehensible that there is no approval for ivermectin in Germany. We would have thousands of fewer deaths to mourn.”

Dr Peter Schliecher, Immunologist, Germany

“On the matter of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, Craig Kelly has been right to raise awareness about these drugs and their potential to be effective in the early treatment of the disease.

Vaccines do have limitations. They need to be paired with effective, safe drug treatment.

I believe two candidates are safe, cheap, available, and effective. They are ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.”

Professor Robert Clancy, University of Newcastle

“In the UK, the best way forward would be for the MHRA to authorise use of ivermectin for prophylaxis and treatment of Covid-19 on the basis of the published evidence to date.”

Dr Christine Clark, UK Pharmacy Magazine

“The bottom line is that ivermectin works. I’ve seen that in my patients as well as treating my own family in Italy.

We must find a way to administer it on a large scale to a lot of people.”

Dr Alessandro Santin, Oncologist, and author of over 250 science publications, Laboratory Head, Yale, USA

“Ivermectin makes coronavirus very easy to kill.”

Dr Thomas Borody,  prominent Australian gastroenterologist

Related: American Hero: Ralph C. Lorigo Fights for Client Rights Including Access to Ivermectin for COVID-19 Patients At Risk

Dr. Peter McCullough blames high COVID death toll on massive censorship of effective early treatment protocols such as hydroxychloroquine & ivermectin


Argentina Ministry of Health Clinical Trial: Ivermectin Shows Benefit Treating Outpatients with Mild COVID-19

Top Yale Doctor/Researcher: ‘Ivermectin works,’ including for long-haul COVID

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
On Trend

Latest Stories

Dr. Harvey Risch: Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, and Other Therapeutics Highly Effective in Early COVID Treatment

I’ve railed against this in the media that we are a part of, and the way that the propaganda reacts to this is, “Ignore it. Ignore all of this.” I’m saying this now because the general public has to be the one that gets angry. The general public should be furious at the way people have been treated in the country by suppression of these drugs, by that kind of website that suppresses the ability of doctors to practice medicine.

Read More »

A Judge Stands up to a Hospital: “Step Aside” and Give a Dying Man Ivermectin

The judge’s finest moment may have been when he dashed the most glaring myth about ivermectin—that it is not safe, despite decades of use that shows otherwise. Noting that all drugs have side effects, Judge Fullerton listed ivermectin’s effects from a government website.
“(N)umber one, generally well tolerated; number two, dizziness; number three, pruritus; number four, nausea/diarrhea. These are the side effects for the dosage that’s being asked to be administered,” he said. “The risks of these side effects are so minimal that Mr. Ng’s current situation outweighs that risk by one-hundredfold.”

Read More »