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    Quote Originally Posted by PZMommy View Post
    My sister’s husband is from another country and is a researcher by profession. He has read so many different journals (luckily he is fluent in 5 languages) and has studied how other countries are treating or not treating patients with covid. It is his opinion that the US has focused too much on vaccines and not enough in regards to treatment, in part because the big money is in vaccines, not pharmaceuticals. This drug is dirt cheap. He says many countries are using this drug on patients, but in the US not many are using it. In fact two families went to court (in Buffalo), because their doctor would not prescribe it for their relatives that were in critical condition. The judge sided with the families, that the doctor should prescribe it as these families had nothing to lose. Both patients made a remarkable turn around within days of starting the medication.

    This is why my sister and her husband ordered some. They want it just in case they get sick and can’t find a doctor to prescribe it for them.
    Yes, a family in Rochester, NY had to sue their mom's hospital in order for the treatment to be prescribed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PZMommy View Post
    Ivermectin has been used in other countries with great success. It doesn't seem to be as widely used in the US, but hopefully that is changing.

    I'm glad your MIL is doing better.
    DH is filling a ton of it lately, so someone is using it.

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    Melaine is offline Blue Diamond level (20,000+ posts)
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    I know it's been awhile since I have updated. I just wanted to share that MIL is still slowly recovering. It definitely has been a process for her but she is gaining her strength back. We still haven't seen her but hope to see her this weekend.

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    Glad to hear she's recovering now, Melaine!
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    Glad for the positive update!
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    Glad to hear that your MIL is recovering and you will get to see her soon.
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    Good news. Thanks for the update!
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    MMMommy is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Relieved to hear she is on the mend. Hoping for a smooth recovery.

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    Yes, thank you for updating! So much good news coming out now. If only our loved ones can keep holding on a little longer.

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    Great to hear!

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