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I’ve been in the field of medicine for 30 years now. Whether working as a research assistant in hospitals in undergrad, to working in clinics, to running my own busy clinic, I’ve never seen ANYTHING like what I witnessed the past few years.
Traditionally, when a drug was used off-label, if it did NOT cause more HARM than good, then there really was little to no pushback using it. Especially if it might HELP.
An example is fluoxatine (prozac) for traumatic brain injury. Fluoxatine has been shown to impact neurogenesis and decrease neuroinflamation in the brain:
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As such, would it hurt to administer to a patient who has recently had a stroke or some other traumatic brain injury? Likely it would not cause any further harm, so may as well try it.
Another example is when ANY upper respiratory viral infection has taken siege on a patient’s lungs, the standard of care is to assume secondary bacterial infection and potentially administer an antibiotics, especially if they are producing goo from their lungs. The other assumption in these cases is that some level of anti-inflammatory support would be beneficial and so prudent doctors will also arm the patient with a rescue inhaler to open the bronchioles and often an additional steroid inhaler to decrease inflammation in the lungs. THIS IS STANDARD OF CARE, so far as I’ve alway been taught. It may seem excessive, but if you’ve ever been drowning in your own lungs with pneumonia, you know it’s a Godsend.
But we didn’t do that with Covid. Nope. They said antibiotics and inhalers couldn’t help a viral infection and so they sent many home to struggle on their own.
They also said how you eat and your health in general had nothing to do with it, so best of luck, right?
The second I heard about an upper respiratory virus going around China, I personally stocked up on Z-packs, steroid inhalers and rescue inhalers. Why? Because I knew that coronaviruses were AEROSOLIZED, that it would only be a matter of time before it hit our shores, that masks and barriers wouldn’t stop it (it is comical to me that humans attempted this at all) and that we KNEW, from DECADES of clinical experiences, that antibiotics and inhalers are always helpful for these types of things.
Even if the “powers that be” advised otherwise. Smart doctors use common sense.
When a virus infects lung tissue, and it gets all riled up and inflamed, it tends to become far more susceptible to secondary bacterial infections. In fact, it is speculated that it was the secondary bacterial lung injection in the 1918 Flu pandemic, that essentially turned victims lungs to goo, that was the real killer. Not the virus.
Anyway, after preparing my home with the necessary drugs to get through a viral infection, I assumed the rest of the world would use common sense and also get on top of things with a similar protocol.
Never in a million years did I think we would be 3 years in and people would still be screaming “But over a MILLION people have died Dr. Tyna, you’re a horrible person!” (that’s based on inflated definitions of death from Covid, btw. By now you’ve heard that the CDC changed the definition early on in the pandemic to list anyone who died WITH Covid as a person who died OF Covid. Even if they fell off a ladder and died of injuries from the fall. Test positive with Covid while dying of cancer? It’s Covid according to the CDC.)
I guess I’m a horrible person then for pointing out that the powers that be used an orchestrated and organized agenda to CRUSH anyone or anything talking about logical and effective therapeutics for this situation. I lived it. I experienced it. I’m in the line of thinking that the people who censored the helpers and suppressed life saving medications are the horrible people, but that’s just me.
Very early on in the pandemic, as I scanned the various literature and communications coming out from doctors all over the world, sharing what they were doing that WAS working, a few drugs kept repeating.
Ivermectin was one of those drugs.
If you’re part of my private membership portal, Resiliency University, I alerted you early on of the data that was available at the time.
Going back to what I opened with, that if this drug did not further endanger the patient, then it is my medical opinion that there’s no harm in administering it.
In fact, MANY of my colleagues were prescribing it throughout the pandemic with great results.
None of my ND colleagues who were using holistic naturopathic medicine and some pharmaceutical drugs like ivermecin and HCQ, were having ANY patients end up in hospital. I did not hear of a single hospitalized patient from their clinics. And I’ve asked a LOT of my colleagues constantly throughout this. While I’m sure it’s happened, I’ve yet to hear about it.
Ivermectin is a nobel prize winning drug with a variety of mechanisms of action, it’s used world wide, it’s cheap and it’s super safe. It literally has few to no adverse drug interactions either, meaning it can be added to a patient’s current drug cocktail in an emergency without much concern of something terrible happening.
And we had data, early on, that this very well could be helpful with Covid.
So, why the suppression? My opinion is this: An Emergency Use Authorization can NOT be given to a new drug or treatment if there is already known, effective treatments available. Therefore, Ivermectin and HCQ HAD to be crushed as possible options.
That’s my personal opinion. You can decide for yourselves what you think. Could have saved hundreds of thousands of lives had we only used common sense instead of following tyrannical agendas set forth by health agencies, government and Big Pharma.
And my IMMEDIATE response to anyone who throws around the words “Horse Paste” is this: If you’re too intentionally ignorant to actually think for yourself and go do 30 seconds of research, readily available on Google, then I can’t help you. Have fun with your propaganda induced brain washing.”
Here’s that newly published, peer reviewed study of over 88K people:
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