Ivermectin is Now Approved

For months now many doctors have been fighting for the ability to prescribe ivermectin as a therapeutic option for the treatment of COVID-19, however, NIH had been fighting them every step of the way. Ivermectin has been used for years with very few side effects. It is also very inexpensive, so the pharmaceutical companies would not benefit from this therapy. It appears that citizens have been sacrificed in the name of money (or just because President Trump mentioned it.)


“Many providers don’t know because we aren’t being updated on out patient treatments. With this “green light” approval, more providers will be willing to prescribe the ivermectin. Print off the out patient and prevention protocol and share it with EVERYONE. It is the same protocol that I print off and give to my patients.”

Cass L., P.A. in North Texas
NIH (National Institutes of Health) Revises Treatment Guidelines for Ivermectin
for the Treatment of COVID-19

“ Ivermectin is one of the world’s safest, cheapest and most widely available drugs,” noted Dr. Kory, President of the FLCCC Alliance. “The studies we presented to the NIH revealed high levels of statistical significance showing large magnitude benefit in transmission rates, need for hospitalization, and death. What’s more, the totality of trials data supporting ivermectin is without precedent.”

Treatment protocols and prophylaxis (with studies to support)

Zelenko Covid-19 Protocols, Press Release, and Peer Reviewed Study shows early treatment of high risk individuals reduces hospitalization and death by >84%

‘Miraculous’ ivermectin approved for use in the US for the treatment of COVID-19

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has upgraded their recommendation for ivermectin, making it an option for use in treating COVID-19


Update : July 9, 2021

New article

COVID-19 cure already discovered? Ivermectin ‘can end this pandemic’

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