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Poison information office cautioning public not to treat COVID-19 with animal dewormer

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise
 2021-08-28

Cover picture for the articleThe Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information has been receiving calls regarding the ill effects people are experiencing after ingesting a deworming medication intended for animals to treat COVID-19. Ivermectin is an anti-parasitic drug for animals that is readily available in farm stores, but the US Food and Drug...

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08-28

From WebMD : "More than 88,000 prescriptions were written for the drug ivermectin in the week ending August 13, an increase of 2,400% over the weekly average prior to the COVID-19 pandemic."

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Raymond Purchase
08-28

Drs. can and have been prescribing Ivermectin for 30 years not Veterinarians First people not animals. Ivermectin has been prescribed by doctors for humans around the world to fight against the Chinese Virus . It's currently being used in 31 countries including India , Mexico , South America and the Philippines all places that have short supply if any at all vaccines. They are having great success controling the virus and Ivermectin actually prevents the virus and speeds recovery.. Your Doctor in the USA can prescribe it for you.

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