When taken as directed within around 10 days of infection for treatment of flu/covid, ivermectin, a hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) cocktail, and other known drug protocols cure the viral illness safely and effectively in a few days or less.
Run by Gerald Harmon — a retired air force two-star general — the Pharma-linked American Medical Association (AMA) opposes science in favor of toxic mass-jabbing with mass-extermination in mind.
Weeks earlier, Harmon falsely claimed that hazardous to health flu/covid jabs “are safe, effective, and the only way out of (a) pandemic” that doesn’t exist — except for the jabbed.
A joint statement by the AMA, the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) said the following:
“(W)e caution hospitals, health systems, other entities, and individual practitioners that no medication has been FDA-approved for use in (flu/covid) patients.”
After approving use of HCQ earlier, the Pharma-controlled FDA revoked its authorization, falsely claiming that the drug causes “serious heart rhythm problems and other safety issues, including blood and lymph system disorders, kidney injuries, and liver problems and failure (sic).”
In early September, the FDA said it had “not authorized or approved ivermectin for use in preventing or treating (flu/covid in humans) (sic),” falsely adding:
“Currently available data do not show ivermectin is effective against” the viral illness (sic).
“There’s a lot of misinformation around, and you may have heard that it’s okay to take large doses of ivermectin. It is not okay (sic).”
Unsurprisingly, the Pharma-controlled agency called for exclusive use Pfizer, Moderna, or J & J jabs that when taken as directed destroy health and shorten lifespans.
While US pharmacies aren’t prohibited from dispensing ivermectin, HCQ and other known safe and effective drugs for treating flu/covid, the AMA, APhA, and ASHP expressed strong opposition against their use to prevent or treat the viral illness.
Their opposition is all about supporting health-destroying jabs over safe and effective protocols for treating and curing flu/covid.
They called for “an immediate end to the prescribing, dispensing, and use of” these drugs — because they work.
They urged “physicians, pharmacists, and other prescribers…to warn patients against the(ir) use (sic).”
In cahoots with US/Western dark forces and Pharma, the FDA, CDC, NIH, and WHO falsely claim that when taken as directed, ivermectin, HCQ and other known safe and effective drugs for treating flu/covid “ha(ve) been demonstrated to be harmful to patients (sic),” adding:
“The most effective ways to limit the spread of (flu/covid) are to get (jabbed), wear a face mask, stay at least six feet from others in public places, wash hands frequently, and avoid large crowds of people.”
All of the above harms health, well-being and normal interactions among people.
“(S)trongly urg(ing) eligible un(jabbed) individuals to get (jabbed)” is all about calling for them to unwittingly self-inflict harm.
Because of enormous US/Western pressure, threats and intimidation of physicians and hospitals against use of known safe and effective drugs for treating and curing flu/covid, it’s no simple matter getting them prescribed or finding a pharmacy willing to dispense what works.
CVS pharmacies refuse to fill prescriptions for these drugs because US anti-public health agencies oppose their use.
It’s hard finding a Walgreens, RiteAid or other pharmacy willing to dispense them for treating flu/covid.
WalmartPetx.com’s website lists ivermectin for animals, not humans.
Amazon’s website says: “You Should Not Use Ivermectin to Treat or Prevent (flu/covid because) the FDA has not authorized or approved” it for this purpose.
Target.com oddly lists a book for sale, titled “Hydroxychloroquine: The Potential Covid 19 Cure,” but not purchase of the drug from its pharmacies.
Much the same as the above applies to other US corporate pharmacies.
Finding one of their retail stores willing to fill prescriptions for ivermectin, HCQ and/or other safe and effective treatments for flu/covid is hard to do.
While no corporate policy prohibits dispensing these drugs, they’re not required to fill prescriptions for them.
The Pharmacy Times falsely claimed that ivermectin and HCQ are “ineffective and potentially dangerous” for use in treating flu/covid (sic).
In early September, physician, biowarfare expert Meryl Nass MD — with expertise in vaccine-caused illnesses — said the following:
“Walgreens and CVS Pharmacies will no longer fill ivermectin scripts.”
“This was told to me by pharmacists, who stated that the decision came from their corporate offices.”
“It seems the companies have not posted the information on their websites at this time.”
“Last year, CVS corporate refused to fill hydroxychloroquine prescriptions for (flu/covid).”
“(T)hese decisions are unprecedented for a licensed drug.”
Hannaford’s pharmacies, I was informed, cannot obtain the drug from their supplier, Cardinal Health.”
“The Hannaford corporate office has left the decision whether to dispense the drug to its pharmacists.”
“(P)harmacies that filled these scripts a week ago in Maine are no longer filling them.”
“I am unaware of any Maine pharmacy dispensing (them) at this time.”
“I have been told that two out of state compounding pharmacies will provide the medication, but it takes several days, which is too much delay for someone with an active infection.”
Despite long ago approved for human use by the FDA to treat viral and other infections, it’s possible but hard finding a pharmacy willing to fill prescriptions for their use.
It’s because they work when taken as directed in stark contrast to toxic jabs designed to irreversibly harm health.
A Final Comment
On Wednesday, lifesitenews.com reported that Canadian Dr. Daniel Nagase “was ordered to leave (Alberta province’s Rimbey Hospital) with ’15-minute notice’ for treating (three) patients with ivermectin.”
His hospital and area pharmacies checked had none in stock.
One pharmacist offered to help, locating some after hours of searching.
“Within hours of” using it for three patients in need, Nagase was called by “Central Zone medical director in Alberta, Dr. Jennifer Bestard,” he explained, adding:
“She called…to tell me I was forbidden from giving ivermectin to patients,” saying it’s “a violation of Alberta Health Services policy.”
The next day, Bestard “gave me 15 minutes’ notice that I would be relieved of my duties.”
He’s banned from working in Alberta provincial hospitals. The ban likely applies nationwide.
He’s still licensed to practice privately, how much longer uncertain.
He stressed that two patients treated with ivermectin were “almost completely better (less than) 24 hours later.”
What’s going on in Canada applies to the US, EU and Britain — a state-approved conspiracy against public health with intent to destroy it altogether.