COVID-19 Cured in 100% of 60 Patients, 3057
G¬ood morning, I’m still reporting on the coup – pandemic style.
Ya know, it’s not a great day for American medicine when the real reporters decide that the top level of some of the great institutions in the U.S. allopathic medicine leadership seem to be full to the brim of goose poop.
Sorry to be uncivil, but that’s the most civility I could muster when sadly reminding my audience that American allopathic medicine can no longer be trusted.
No, other nations who are on a much lower economic scale have now taken the lead. So here’s the latest.
Researchers in Bangladesh have found that a combination of two widely used legacy medications have produced what they call “astounding” results in CURING patients from acute cases of the COVID-19 virus – catch this – after a single dose.
According to Dr. Tarek Alam, the head of medicine at Bangladesh Medical College Hospital (BMCH) 60 COVID-19-positive-tested patients all had near miraculous recoveries after being given a SINGLE DOSE of Doxycycline, a legacy antibiotic, along with Ivermectin, a legacy antiprotozoal.
“We have got astounding results. Out of 60 COVID-19 patients, all recovered as the combination of the two drugs were applied.”
It’s worth repeating – 100% of 60 patients were cured by the 2-drug combination within 4 days with no side effects. After 3 days, symptoms were reduced by 50%.
Doxycline is used to treat some of the most difficult bacterial infections, including acne, urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia. It is also used to prevent – malaria and infections caused by ticks, mites or lice.
It was patented in 1957. The wholesale cost in the developing world is between 1 and 4 cents per pill. In the U.S. ten days of treatment costs $3.40. In 2017, it was the 113th most commonly prescribed medication in the United States with more than 6 million prescriptions written.
Oh, one more thing, it has been shown to be effective against Q fever. Alert the Q-bots!
Yes, Q fever is a real disease, I won’t go into it here, but it is a bacterium that can infect humans and animals. More on this later.
Ivermectin is a classic antiprotozoal medicine used to treat many types of parasite infestations. It is useful when taken orally or even applied topically.
It was first discovered in 1975 and is on the World Death Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. The cost in the developing world is about 12 cents for a course of treatment. It the U.S. the cost is loss than $50.
Are you getting the picture here. The scions of U.S. allopathic medicine would prefer that you not ask for the combo of Doxycline and Ivermectin where one dose of each – even at inflated U.S. prices – will cost you what - $5 or less.
However, if this early trial proves out, it is 100% effective – AFTER a single DOSE of the two tablets.
Nope, our medical leadership would much rather have you give their new nearly experimental drug Remdesivir a try. It only costs $4,500 for a course, and heck, it’s 60% effective. And I’ll just bet that the medical lobby has already fixed it with Congress for medicaid and Medicare to pay nearly 100% of that.
One caution, there are no long – or even mid-term safety studies for Remdesivir, but what the heck, Dr. Fauci loves it so it must be OK.
I’m Still reporting from just outside the citadel of American freedom. Good day.
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