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Japan change policy on Ivermectin due to increase case

Altough japan never declare that Ivermectin is a covid drug, since 13 of August 2021, due to high increase of Covid cases, they change their policy on this wonder drug:

- Allowing every Doctor to apply ivermectin with patient consent
- Allowing every Doctor to give perscription for those who ask
- Allowing their people to buy it without perscription, from India.

The result is impressive.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1GF0H9V_1g&t=657s

you can also (translate with google) this link

https://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/article/123988

which contains:

[quote]The antiparasitic drug "ivermectin" shows the number of infections and deaths of the new corona in a country that is prophylactically administered for another disease in Africa. It is necessary to thoroughly study the clinical trial, but it seems that we are at the stage where it is okay to have the patient give an informed outlet and get permission to use it. "[/quote]
KaliKali · F
They should make a similar law with morphine and ketamine. You ask for the prescription then the doctor has to give it to you by law. A prescription makes a lot of sense in this situation, let me tell you.
Africa.. poor nation, dosed to the eyeballs on HQC for malaria for years.. low case/death/vax rates..

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Ynotisay · M
So you share a stat about new cases while ivermectin doesn't have any properties to prevent infection? Really?

By the way, a five second search would have shown you that what you shared was pure [b]bullshit[/b]. It's a lie that's been discounted over and over.

What the hell is it with you guys and fucking ivermectin? I just can't wrap my head around it. You clearly don't trust the science so why would you trust the science involved in an animal medication? It's nonsensical. Blows my mind.
doong · 51-55, M
[@854658,Asificair] BS ?, yes, those vaccines deserves this title, better be in headline news. 😜

 
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