Experimental Gene Therapies
The key word is experimental, proper nomenclature for the Pfizer and Moderna inoculations. Using the word “Vaccine” is reminiscent of ones for polio, chicken pox, etc. - comforting but misleading because mRNA is a completely different technology.
Let’s start with a few more inconsistencies. Back in March of 2020, a renown French microbiologist proposed the use of HCQ as a countermeasure for the ensuing pandemic. Dr. Didier was born in Africa and is an infection and tropical disease expert. In such latitudes, Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine are regularly used to combat malaria. As a solution driven doctor, he repurposed a drug known to be safe – a fast and effective fix.
A few months later, as the combination of HCQ (and Zinc) started to percolate into the general consciousness, the press labeled HCQ “dangerous”. How could something known as the Sunday Pill in Zimbabwe be dangerous? Since WWII, entire families kept it on their anti-malaria schedule. HCQ pills were part of the UN Peacekeepers deployment kit when headed to Africa or other tropical environments. HCQ might be perhaps ineffective, but certainly not dangerous. A data point to consider.
Around December 2020, several studies around the globe indicated that Ivermectin could be used successfully as a prophylactic. Frontline doctors in crisis were trying to figure out how to protect their staff. Here is an excerpt from the Argentina study, the first of many:
The intensive preventive treatment (short-term) with Ivermectin / Iota - Carrageenan was able to reduce the number of health workers infected with COVID-19. This treatment had an additional effect in preventing the severity of the disease, since most of the patients who received the treatment were mild. We propose a new therapeutic alternative for prevention and short-term intervention scheme (intensive) that is of benefit of the health worker in this pandemic accelerated time. This treatment did not produce lack of adherence or adverse effects.
Ivermectin is old (1980’s), safe, and considered a wonder drug. Dr. W. Campbell and S. Ōmura were awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine for its discovery and development. Originally commercialized by Merck, Ivermectin greatly improved the treatment of infections caused by roundworm parasites in both humans and animals.
What do HCQ and Ivermectin have in common? Both are patent expired (this is important), cheap and if used early on prevent, or diminish the ravages of Covid. Given the severity of the pandemic and lockdowns, these two medications should have been hailed as silver bullets, yet one was squashed and the other suppressed by corporate media.
Rather than delve into the various theories, my favorite is “Follow the Money.” In this next installment, I’ll explain why this is no longer a theory, how it has panned out and what are the implications as we move forward. If you want to catch up, with the preceeding articles, start clicking on my first one: “Sharing is Caring.”
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Dr. Ryan Cole is a May Clinic trained Board Cerified Pathologist and has expertise in immunology and virology. He is the CEO and Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics, one of the largest independent labs in Idaho.
Here is an overview of Ivermectin: enigmatic multifaceted ‘wonder’ drug continues to surprise and exceed expectations
A peer reviewed paper from Head of Critical Care for Houston Memorial, Dr. Joseph Varon - one of the first US doctors who started to use Ivermectin.