Effectiveness of ivermectin-based multidrug therapy in severely hypoxic, ambulatory COVID-19 patients
- Category: Ivermectin
- Created: Monday, 10 January 2022 12:30
- Written by Sabine Hazan, Sonya Dave, Anoja W Gunaratne, Sibasish Dolai, Robert L Clancy, Peter A McCullough, and Thomas J Borody.
Aims: Ivermectin is a safe, inexpensive and effective early COVID-19 treatment validated in 20+ random, controlled trials. Having developed combination therapies for Helicobacter pylori, the authors present a highly effective COVID-19 therapeutic combination, stemming from clinical observations. Patients & methods: In 24 COVID-19 subjects refusing hospitalization with high-risk features, hypoxia and untreated moderate to severe symptoms averaging 9 days, the authors administered this novel combination of ivermectin, doxycycline, zinc and vitamins D and C.
Results & conclusions: All subjects resolved symptoms (in 11 days on average), and oxygen saturation improved in 24 h (87.4% to 93.1%; p = 0.001). There were no hospitalizations or deaths, less than (p < 0.002 or 0.05, respectively) background-matched CDC database controls. Triple combination therapy is safe and effective even when used in outpatients with moderate to severe symptoms.
State report on guardian: 'Removal of necessary care directly resulted in ward's death'
- Category: Guardianship
- Created: Tuesday, 23 July 2019 08:35
- Written by Adam Walser - ABC Florida
Judge removed Rebecca Fierle from 98 cases.
A state investigation report indicates the professional guardian could face felony criminal chargers for withholding medical care from a ward she was appointed by the court to protect.
“She's put us through misery. It's not us. It's what she did to Steve. She killed him,” said Linda Lanier, who filed a complaint with the state against professional guardian Rebecca Fierle.
Lanier’s friend Steven Stryker choked to death at St. Joseph’s Hospital in May.
Stryker had a chronic condition that made it difficult for him to swallow.
He died after Fierle ordered his feeding tube removed, then signed a do-not-resuscitate order.
- Abuser Name or Alias:: Rebecca Fierle
- Abusers Organisation:: Guardian
- Type of Abuse:: Physical, Neglect, Emotional, Psychological or Mental, Death
- Matter Resolved?: No
CatholiCare and DoCS want girls to have contact with rapist father
- Category: NSW DHS - FACS
- Created: Saturday, 13 February 2016 22:57
- Written by Alecomm2
A ladies ex-husband sexually assaulted their girls - and went to jail. Now he's out and CatholiCare and Child Protection NSW and the ICL are all stating that they are going to not only allow him to have contact with his victims but force the youngest son to have a relationship with him, without knowing that his father raped his sisters.
Rescission or variation of Children's Court orders: A study of Section 90's
- Category: Section 90
- Created: Sunday, 01 July 2012 09:32
- Written by Patricia Hansen
Source : http://researchbank.acu.edu.au/fea_pub/1096/
When children must be saved from their saviours
- Category: Child Protection
- Created: Saturday, 17 June 2017 09:32
- Written by Richard Wexler