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(Natural News) A new paper published in the American Journal of Therapeutics suggests that use of the antiparasitic drug ivermectin could lead to “large reductions” in deaths among people who test “positive” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Administering more ivermectin, the research team says, could have a “significant impact” in stymying the Chinese Virus, which is still being talked about heavily by the mainstream media concerning the never-ending train of “variants” that are supposedly spreading.
Due to its antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, some scientists believe that ivermectin might just do the trick to stamp out the Wuhan Flu for good. In a randomized controlled trial that involved more than 3,400 participants, researchers determined that ivermectin can help reduce the death rate associated with Chinese Germs by an average of 62 percent.
Those involved with the study say that they now have a “moderate level of confidence” that ivermectin is useful in treating the Chinese Virus, reducing the death rate in patients with positive test results from 7.8 percent down to 2.3 percent, which is pretty significant.
“Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin,” the authors of the study wrote. “Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing to severe disease.”
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Numerous other associated papers have come to similar conclusions about ivermectin, prompting those involved with this latest study to declare that the scientific consensus is that it works.
Author: Ethan Huff
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