Ivermectin for COVID - “If You Take It, You Will Not Get Sick.” — Pierre Kory, MD at Senate Hearing on Early Outpatient Treatment of COVID

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Dr. Pierre Kory came into the public eye in May when he implored before the senate the use of corticosteroids in critical care for COVID-19, and his proposal turned out to be live-saving for many patients. On December 8, he appeared as a witness before the senate again. Taking part in the hearing called “Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution”, he presented a new treatment protocol called I-MASK+ and the use of repurposed drug ivermectin, which the FLCCC Alliance has been tirelessly researching.

The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance, that Dr. Kory is the president of, was initially formed as a working group under emergency conditions. Their founding members include professors, pulmonary and critical care specialists, and physicians, who dedicate their time to the nonprofit cause of repurposing efficacious drugs rather than focusing on costly and lengthy processes of developing new drugs and vaccines.

DR. PIERRE KORY ➝ 00:16
Our group, again, we have come to the conclusion after reviewing months of data that have all come out in last few months, this is all new data. We never believed that ivermectin was the answer. We thought it might be early on because there was some theoretical rationale that it might work.

But what we uncovered in the last three months is nothing but repeated studies in trial showing phenomenal effectiveness in multiple areas, not only in prevention, but early and late treatment.

And the most, the most overwhelming data is in the prevention of transmission of COVID-19. If you are on ivermectin, the studies and their randomized control trials, large and well done show, if you’re taking ivermectin, you will not contract COVID-19. I repeat. If you are taking ivermectin, you will not contract COVID-19.

DR. PIERRE KORY ➝ 01:08
You know, I’m in the healthcare system, I’ve worked for many large institutions, some major academic medical centers, but the way that government works around health care and what those health care authorities or institutions do, it’s not clear to me, but from the outside, what I’ve observed is it seems that it’s stating the obvious.

It seems that they’re looking for big solutions. And I think they’re listening to maybe business interests looking for, you know, systematic populations, usually something novel, right? And so that seems to be their first way to address this. So like for instance, this overemphasis on a new vaccine, developing vaccines and, or these novel medications.

DR. PIERRE KORY ➝ 01:56
Your question was about like, why aren’t they pushed for trials on various solutions. I don’t know why they’re looking for novel stuff when we have so much therapeutics available to us.

I’m going to say my concern is if the major, like sort of Big Pharma and governmental institutions haven’t done that, I’ll say I would ask a question. Where’s the big philanthropy, right?

There’s large philanthropic organizations that could have come in and said, you know, this seems to be a rather available novel solution, which has some efficacy. Why aren’t they coming in and funding some of these trials.

DR. PIERRE KORY ➝ 02:31
My team, my group, my colleagues, we have discovered the cure for COVID. And so there’s nothing new that’s happening right now that hasn’t, that wasn’t changed already. Dr. Marik is the first one who brought our attention to it. He put a video on his YouTube website weeks ago, months ago, and all I’ve done is worked very closely with him at amassing the data. Our manuscript needs to be reviewed by the NIH, and they need to formulate treatment recommendations, now.

NEWS HOST ➝ 00:00
The drug. Is it ivermectin? I want to make sure I get it right.

DR. PIERRE KORY ➝ 03:02
Ivermectin. And so you have to be clear on what ivermectin is. It already has won the Nobel prize in medicine for its discovery because of its global health impact. So it’s already rid the world of a number of parasitic diseases, half, a 60% of Sub-Sahara Africa take ivermectin regularly to rid themselves of the scourge of parasites.

What we discovered and what the studies show, it has phenomenal antiviral activity. It absolutely blocks the replication of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. So you don’t get sick. The virus can’t infect, can’t replicate and can’t kill you if you’re on ivermectin.

NEWS HOST ➝ 00:00
Is the drug readily, readily available, affordable? And does it come in pill form?

DR. PIERRE KORY ➝ 03:47
It’s a pill. And what’s crazy is for treatment as little as one dose is effective.
SOURCE URL: https://dryburgh.com/ivermectin-pierre-kory/


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  • Posted by Lucky 1 month, 1 week ago
    See also-
    https://joannenova.com.au/2020/12/ive...

    A commentator, Lucky, says:
    Ivermectin .. is effective even on the disease late stage.
    It is cheap, it has negligible side effects, the maximum safe dose is much higher than the amount required to treat the virus.

    But as Jo Nova says- it is cheap.
    So no massive profits for big pharma or big rake-offs for the hangers-on.
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    • Posted by 1 month, 1 week ago
      In the US it is only available by prescription for very limited reasons and it will cost you over $2,000 a year to buy it at current prices, not including the cost of getting the doctor to prescribe it repeatedly. For 50 million people, that's $100 billion per year to big pharma and probably $50 billion to doctors.
      It appears that vaccine profits are not the only goal of the vaccine.
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