The FDA loves horse medicine if it’s really expensive, still under patent, and toxic (Fauci, Baric, Denison, DTRA & Gilead Sciences)

The FDA loves horse medicine if it’s really expensive, still under patent, and toxic

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Study shows effectiveness of pill form of remdesivir to treat COVID-19 in mice (Ralph Baric & Gilead Sciences)**

Molnupiravir & Ivermectin’s Equine Connections

An emerging antiviral takes aim at COVID-19

[Molnupiravir] EIDD-2801’s story starts years before the coronavirus crisis. In 2014, Painter and his colleagues at Emory University began a project funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency to find an antiviral compound that could fight Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus (VEEV). During the Cold War, both the US and the Soviet Union studied VEEV as a potential biological weapon. Typically transmitted through mosquito bites, VEEV causes high fevers, headaches, and sometimes encephalitis, swelling of the brain that can be deadly.

In late 2019, Painter got a contract from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases* to move EIDD-2801 into Phase I clinical trials for influenza. The plan was to file an investigational new drug application and find a partner to help with the clinical work.

Just as the team was contemplating its next move, word of a virus spreading in Wuhan, China, was starting to make news. One of Painter’s collaborators, UNC coronavirus expert Ralph Baric**, immediately alerted him that the new pathogen was probably a coronavirus—one that EIDD-2801 could potentially combat.

Denison*** says the research team knew a coronavirus outbreak was inevitable. “Every single one of our grants, every single one of our papers predicted that this event was going to happen that’s occurring right now,” he says. “The whole goal of our drug development was to plan for this.”

*Anthony Fauci, director of NIAID.

**Ralph Baric, patents.

***Mark Denison (Denison Lab/Vanderbilt University Medical Center & Gilead Sciences)

Rat Out Your Doctor: Biden’s Surgeon General Calls on Informants to Report Use of Generic Drugs

Rat Out Your Doctor: Biden’s Surgeon General Calls on Informants to Report Use of Generic Drugs

The purpose of the RFI is described as being to help the authorities understand the effect of pandemic “misinformation” on such areas as “health decisions and outcomes, direct and indirect costs, trust in the healthcare system and providers, and healthcare worker morale and safety. It is also intended to help them ascertain its impact on “access to trusted and credible health information, particularly during a public health emergency” and on “lifesaving health decisions such as an individual’s likelihood to vaccinate, and to “prepare for and respond to future public health crises.”

The RFI, which covers a period extending from January 2020 to the present, applies to general search engines, content sharing platforms, social media platforms, e-commerce platforms, crowd-sourced platforms, and instant messaging systems, and includes “research, case studies, data sets, images, data visualizations, interviews, and personal testimonies.”

Various Coronavirus News Updates: U.S. National Emergency extended, Bill Gates disappointed, IVM, breakthrough cases, immunity + antibodies.

Biden to extend U.S. national emergency due to COVID-19 health risk

Bill Gates is Ready to Capitalize on ‘The Next Pandemic’

Estimated 73% of US now immune to omicron: Is that enough?

Arkansas county praises doctor who gave inmates ivermectin

2,044 Fully Vaccinated Indiana Residents Died Of COVID-19; 329,000 Breakthrough Cases Recorded

A test to determine COVID immunity could reshape US policy

I’m behind because I haven’t really been keeping up with coronavirus news. Out of sight, out of mind! 🤷🏼‍♀️

Oklahoma AG declares medical boards can’t punish doctor for prescribing ivermectin

LifeSiteNews | February 16, 2022

OKLAHOMA CITY – Doctors in Oklahoma are well within their professional rights to prescribe ivermectin (IVM) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to COVID-19 patients, state Attorney General John O’Connor affirmed, despite the drugs’ disfavored status within the federal health bureaucracy.

Oklahoma AG declares medical boards can’t punish doctor for prescribing ivermectin