Try to make sense of this situation between Dr. Mary Bowden and these hospitals given the information I have included both before and after the video player you will find below. It is just one example of something happening all over the country.
Ask yourself these questions:
- Why is this doctor who has an excellent track record of effectively treating her COVID patients being treated this way?
- Why does a family have to go to court to get a safe, inexpensive, and well-known drug administered to a very ill man?
- Why are the family and doctor being thwarted at every attempt?
- Why shouldn’t someone have the opportunity to try a safe, inexpensive, and well-known drug like Ivermectin if they have been hospitalized for a month?
- Why are the medical powers fighting to stop the use of Ivermectin when it has been phenomenally successful in other countries? (See two sample graphs below.)
- Why has Ivermectin never been controversial in the United States until this year?
- Why would doctors, pharmacists, and other medical powers block the use of a safe, inexpensive, and well-known drug like Ivermectin if the medical community’s goal is to heal people, keep them out of the hospital, and save lives?
Please see this collection of resources I have assembled including information published by the WHO re: Ivermectin being on the “WHO Model List of Essential Medicines” around the world: Is It Safe To Use Ivermectin To Treat COVID-19? Truth About Using Ivermectin
Consider these graphs.
First, the overwhelming results in Japan:
Next up is Panama:
Now watch the video and try to answer the questions I posed up above as well as below.
It’s very simple, but very difficult for most people to accept.
If you want to research further, look up how much hospitals make for using vents and Remdesivir.
Then look up the quarterly profits of Big Pharma over the past year.
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This isn’t complicated to understand. But it might be very difficult to believe and accept.