Ivermectin Stops Covid (Videos)

Ivermectin is proven to prevent and treat covid effectively in meta analyses of multinational implementations. Top doctors from FLCCC believe it can end the pandemic, but no governmental health agency has created a study or informed the public. In fact, they seem dead set against it, and the two studies on the horizon are beset by conflicts of interest. Why is this?

Could it be that would eliminate the Emergency Use Authorization and stop the payoff for vaccines? Because it is is off patent and pennies per dose, thus eliminating any profit scheme?
The debate rages on, but the facts are clear, Ivermectin stops covid, both as a prophylactic (yes, a condom….) and as a treatment.
Here is the latest on the science, with a touch of insight into the swindle. For more on that, read our text blog.

Best ivermectin meta analysis

Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection

A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Trial Sequential Analysis to Inform Clinical Guidelines



The antiparasitic ivermectin, with antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, has now been tested ...
in numerous clinical trials.

A 2018 application for ivermectin use for scabies gives a direct cost of $2.90 for 100 12-mg tablets.

Most trials were registered, self-funded, and undertaken by clinicians

We assessed

Efficacy of ivermectin treatment in reducing mortality


Data sources

Databases up to April 25, 2021

Sifted for studies, extracted data, and assessed risk of bias

Meta-analyses were conducted and certainty of the evidence was assessed

GRADE approach



GRADE (Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluations)

Reproducible and transparent framework for grading certainty in evidence

100 organisations worldwide officially endorsing GRADE

GRADE has four levels of evidence, certainty in evidence

very low

Decreasing confidence

Risk of bias




Publication bias

Increases confidence

Very large magnitude of effect

Clear dose-response gradient

Residual confounding is likely to decrease rather than increase the magnitude of effect

Data sources

24 randomized controlled trials

N = 3,406 participants

Ivermectin reduced risk of death compared with no ivermectin

Meta-analysis of 15 trials (n = 2,438)

Average risk ratio 0.38

Moderate-certainty evidence

(Confirmed using DerSimonian–Laird method and Biggerstaff–Tweedie method)

Ivermectin verses no ivermectin in hospital patients

Ivermectin, 2.3%

No ivermectin, 7.8%

Ivermectin prophylaxis reduced COVID-19 infection

3 trials, n = 738

Average reduction 86%

Low-certainty evidence

(due to study design limitations and few included trials)

Clearly favored ivermectin use



Severe adverse events

Rare among treatment trials

Evidence of no difference was assessed as low certainty


Moderate-certainty evidence finds that large reductions in COVID-19 deaths are possible using ivermectin.

Using ivermectin early in the clinical course may reduce numbers progressing
to severe disease.

The apparent safety and low cost suggest that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic globally.

Current NIH recommendations


there are insufficient data to recommend either for or against the use of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19

The sample size of most of the trials was small

Various doses and schedules of ivermectin were used

Some of the randomized controlled trials were open-label

Patients received various concomitant (confounding) medications (e.g., doxycycline, hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, zinc, corticosteroids)

The severity of COVID-19 in the study participants was not always well described

The study outcome measures were not always clearly defined

Ivermectin for preventing and treating COVID‐19 (April, 2021)

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As predicted, new and highly publicized RCTs “prove” IVM is ineffective. Interestingly, they were touted in the press before peer review or publication. These studies are wrought with conflicts of interest, funded by Gates Foundation and Oxford, the biggest profiteers of vaccines.

Full data is not available yet, but McMaster’s Mills’ study intially planned a single dose of Ivermectin, and appears to introduce it at 7-10 days after positive test, the exact opposite of the protocols used in all successful studies, hence, no effect.

While FLCCC is concerned that Delta’s viral load may call for increasing IVM dosage to twice per week, Tokyo’s Chief Medical Officer is calling for all out IVM campaign to stop their surge.


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