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Covid-19 Ivermectin: PPIM buat laporan polis terhadap KKM

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Kebod warrior lagi pandai dari KKM :ROFLMAO:

Iver sekadar modal politaik jer.

Sudah2 la.

Muak~
 
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Jumpa ja bomoh senang klau kena convid boleh jgk sembuh kan, jgn ngn bomoh2 sekali pun kena convid hahaha
 

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Kebanyakkan yg aku kenal promosi & jual IVM diorang sendiri pun tak berani makan. Tapi jual nama pakar bukan main lagi.
 

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Fikir dgn jelas.
FDA lulus IVM bagi manusia feb 1996.
Baru2 ni FDA tweet mengenai IVM.
Awak bukan kuda. Awak bukan lembu. Awak semua, hentikan.
Yg tak mau fikir dgn jelas, agaknya manjang suka kena tipu.

It was the 2nd February 1996, when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published an announcement in “The Pharma Letter” explaining that Ivermectin had officially been approved for non-veterinary use – meaning it was for humans right out of the gate.

“In the USA, the Food and Drug Administration has approved Merck & Co.’s Stromectil (Ivermectin) for its first non-veterinary use, the chemotherapy of two parasitic infections, strongyloidiasis and onchocerciasis, in humans,” the FDA revealed.

“Ivermectin has been used in humans in other countries since 1987, and has been used to treat more than 5.2 million people worldwide.”

Contrast this with the FDA tweet a few days ago that declared, “You’re not a horse,” the suggestion being that the only people who are seeking out Ivermectin today are those who mistakenly believe they are large farm animals.
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This shameful display by the FDA and CDC just goes to show that their mission today has nothing to do with public health, if it ever even did, and everything to do with padding the pockets of crooks like current CDC head Rochelle Walensky, whose husband has funneled millions of American taxpayer dollars disguised as “research grants.”

 

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It’s like Little Red Riding Hood trusting The Big Bad Wolf.
"What big teeth you’ve got Grandma!" she said incredulously.

People who’ve been programmed to see a friend, can’t see an enemy in disguise. They might start to hesitate, but at some point they’ve got to resist, or they’ll be eaten up just like Little Red Riding Hood.

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https://tapnewswire.com/2021/09/no-ones-afraid-of-the-big-bad-wolf/
 

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Novel H1N1 Pandemic 2009, CDC/WHO saran guna anti-viral drug dlm masa 48 jam setelah dijangkiti.
Novel C19 Pandemic 2019, CDC/WHO “lupa” saran guna mana2 anti-viral drug.

During the 2009 H1N1 (swine flu) pandemic, secret agreements were made between Germany, Great Britain, Italy and France with the pharmaceutical industry before the H1N1 pandemic began, which stated that they would purchase H1N1 flu vaccinations — but only if a pandemic level 6 was declared by WHO.

The “TrustWHO” documentary shows how, six weeks before the pandemic was declared, no one at WHO was worried about the virus, but the media was nonetheless exaggerating the dangers. Then, in the month leading up to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, WHO changed the official definition of pandemic, removing the severity and high mortality criteria and leaving the definition of a pandemic as “a worldwide epidemic of a disease.”9

This switch in definition allowed WHO to declare swine flu a pandemic after only 144 people had died from the infection worldwide. In 2010, Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, then head of health at the Council of Europe, accused pharmaceutical companies of influencing WHO’s pandemic declaration, calling swine flu a “false pandemic” that was driven by Big Pharma, which cashed in on the health scare.10

According to Wodarg, the swine flu pandemic was “one of the greatest medicine scandals of the century.”11 In the investigation into WHO and Big Pharma’s falsification of a pandemic, an inquiry stated:12m
 

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Slovakia Becomes the First EU Nation to Formally Approve Ivermectin for Both Prophylaxis and Treatment for COVID-19 Patients​

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The Slovakia Republic’s Minister of Health has formerly registered Ivermectin as an approved prophylaxis and treatment for SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. In breaking news, the authorization occurred yesterday as doctors received the news that they could proceed with formally authorized prescriptions both in hospitals and outpatient. On January 26, Health Minister Marek Krajci granted a permit for the unregistered drug as the drug has already been in use on a compassionate basis over the past half year. TrialSite interviewed Ondrej Halgas, a researcher from University of Toronto and originally from Slovakia. Halgas has been actively involved with a network organizing and lobbying for the drug’s approval during the pandemic. This landlocked Eastern European nation of 5.4 million people, a member of the European Union since 2004, just made history.
A biochemist with the University of Toronto, Mr. Halgas, was just also showcased in a recent press release on this subject. TrialSite was able to get in touch with him to learn more.
The actual authorization was the result of networks of health care professionals, journalists and other health care activists who have been work...

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Mungkin kah penggunaan Ivermectin menyebabkan kes kematian turun dgn banyak.

 

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Kkm nak kaji benda yg dah 40 tahun kajian tapi benda setahun jagung punya kajian taknak kaji dulu terus bagi ... Logik kkm memang terbaik ... Kikiki

Bila 2 kes keracunan....RIUH satu dunia salahkan ivermectin.kuda ,haiwan,ba.bi etc.

Bila beribu ribu AEFI vaxxine -- mereka dah ada penyakit darah tinggi,jantung, kencing manis... TIADA kaitan langsung dgn vaksin.....TIADA. Kena redho saja lah... semua yang hidup akan mati bla bla bla :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Bila 2 kes keracunan....RIUH satu dunia salahkan ivermectin.kuda ,haiwan,ba.bi etc.

Bila beribu ribu AEFI vaxxine -- mereka dah ada penyakit darah tinggi,jantung, kencing manis... TIADA kaitan langsung dgn vaksin.....TIADA. Kena redho saja lah... semua yang hidup akan mati bla bla bla :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
ada dua benda tak pernah salah dalam dunia ni
1. perempuan
2. vaksin
 

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Ivermectin - the drug that can beat COVID-19?​

Updated Monday, August 16, 2021 - 15:33
Published Tue, 07/06/2021 - 14:53
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Chest Infections
A drug that costs as little as £1.50 for a course of treatment could be a game-changer in the fight against COVID-19.
Ivermectin is a medication used to treat many types of parasite infestations and is widely used across Africa.
Scientists have been curious as to why Africa has been spared the high death toll and infection rates of the better-resourced Europe and the US.
Following reviews and meta-analysis of the drug, the evidence for ivermectin both as a highly effective treatment for COVID and to prevent infection is pretty compelling. However, doctors are facing immense difficulty in being able to get this message across.
Dr Tess Lawrie a consultant for the WHO has voiced deep concerns as to why systematic reviews written by experts in this field, on ivermectin are removed from social media and censored. She says, "You have to wonder why mainstream media is interested in ivermectin, but only if it is a negative story".
Dr Lawrie asks, "Why are the social media companies so intent on suppressing scientists trying to communicate information about medicines?"
See full interview with Dr Tess Lawrie.

The Africa paradox​

Africa, a continent of 1.3 billion people, has seen fewer deaths from COVID-19 than the UK, which has a population about a 20th of the size.
The average life expectancy in Africa is around 63 years, compared to 81 years in the UK – that is one reason why there has been less of a death toll across the continent – older people are particularly vulnerable to severe illness from COVID-19.
But it may not be the whole story.
One theory is this low death rate could also be explained by the wide-spread use of ivermectin.

Positive results for Ivermectin​

Analysis of 11 studies has suggested it can cut the risk of death and recovery times in infected patients.
Meta-analysis: Meta-analysis of randomized trials of ivermectin to treat SARS-CoV-2 infection
Ivermectin resulted in a reduction of virus replication in laboratory studies, the university said, adding that a small pilot showed giving the drug early could reduce viral load and the duration of symptoms in some patients with mild COVID-19
Oxford University researchers are now looking at the drug to see if it can slow or stop the progression of the virus with a large scale study of home-based treatments, known as PRINCIPLE.
In the UK, the medication is prescribed for treating scabies, head lice and rosacea.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), the UK health watchdog, recommends it should also be given for round worm infections.
More than 20 countries, including Greece, Bulgaria and Slovakia, include ivermectin in their Covid treatment programmes. India has seen a dramatic fall in cases after the government introduced Ivermectin. Daily COVID-19 cases, which peaked at 414,188, have dramatically dropped to 34,700.
In the US, provider SingleCare said 817 prescriptions had been filled for Ivermectin (which can also be used to treat skin conditions such as rosacea) in January and February 2021, compared with 92 in the same period last year.
The Oxford team said they had selected Ivermectin to be included in the trial because it was ‘readily available globally’ and known to be relatively safe (although, like most things, it can be toxic at very high doses).
Of the six other drugs in the Principle study of Covid treatments to be taken at home, only one - inhaled steroid budesonide - has so far proved effective.

Can this drug beat COVID-19?​

The Recovery trial, which looked at treatments for hospital patients, discovered the steroid, dexamethasone, could treat Covid, which has been credited with saving more than 20,000 lives in the UK. It’s hoped this will have similarly positive results.
People aged 18-64 with an underlying health condition or experiencing breathlessness, and anyone aged 65 or over, can sign up to the Principle study within 14 days of having Covid symptoms or receiving a positive test.
Chris Butler, one of the lead investigator of the trial stated. ‘By including ivermectin in a large-scale trial like PRINCIPLE, we hope to generate robust evidence to determine how effective the treatment is against COVID-19, and whether there are benefits or harms associated with its use’.
People with severe liver conditions, who are on blood-thinning medication warfarin, or taking other treatments known to interact with ivermectin, will be excluded from the trial.
Ivermectin is the seventh treatment to be investigated in the trial, and is currently being evaluated alongside antiviral drug favipiravir.
Effective healthcare does not always have to be about the amounts of money. As diagnostic pathologist, Dr Clare Craig pointed out and Total Health highlighted back in 2020, "There is a very safe way to treat COVID. Ivermectin. No money in it though".
There is also a concern that traditional treatments such as ivermectin were ignored in order to allow mass use of the experimental gene therapy vaccines EUA (Emergency Use Authorisation), which authorisation can only be granted in the absence of any other treatments. The FDA guidelines state:
"FDA may authorize unapproved medical products or unapproved uses of approved medical products to be used in an emergency to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions caused by CBRN threat agents when certain criteria are met, including there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives".
Any other effective treatments could have been problematic for the granting of the EUA approval.

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Jangan la guna Ivermectin...nanti vaksin tak laku... :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
Awas....Ivermectin untuk kuda,bab.i, kambing saja ya.....😇
 
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