Ivermectin proven in Africa to fight Covid, but US medical elite fight using it | Beaufort County Now | another theraputic that Fauci and allies try to deny to patients

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Ivermectin was developed to fight parasitic diseases and has been used successfully for those purposes for years with no significant side effects or dangers.  A UN program has been distributing huge amounts in many central African countries to defeat river blindness and other parasitic diseases.  When Covid hit Africa, the number of cases and number of deaths in these countries were dramatically lower than those African countries north and south of them that were not in the UN program.  This chart shows the dramatic difference, so why are our doctors so hesitant to use it here?:

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Jann said:
( September 24th, 2021 @ 9:22 am )
Ivermectin is safe and the question is, why are they keeping it from American people??? A Pulmonary & Critical Care Doctor Dr. Pierre Kory from Wisconsin has spoke out many times on Ivermectin and it's use with COVID.
Jann said:
( September 16th, 2021 @ 12:22 pm )
The leaked zoom video of senior doctors and marketing director in Wilmington North Carolina should say it all. They are lieing to the American people and have been from the very beginning. It's all money and helping Big Pharma!
The scare tactics Novant Health System and New Hanover Regional Medical Center reveal are "shocking!" They are inflating the COVID-19 numbers!
( September 16th, 2021 @ 2:56 am )
Here are some of the stories we do not hear on the "safe" Covid vaccines:
Ivermectin has been around for many years and is proven safe, unlike the vaccines.

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