It's only certain covid treatments where there's nihilistic clinical paralysis
I am deliberately choosing to tone down the criticism of the establishment. One of my goals on substack is to write pieces that can be shared with people who are not yet on our side. If they are written with the appropriate measure of condemnation of the "bad guys", they will come across to such individuals as highly inflammatory and uncredible.
Furthermore, my objective with this post is specifically to highlight how doctors when it comes to other things still follow the age old standard of "do something" and don't get nitpicky about the lack of available big, fat glorious RCT's.
I get the spirit of this. But as a former practicing MD, this was a case of:
1. Don’t just do something, stand there!
2. Because of Covid, doctors have shown that today, more than ever, they are owned by big pharma and the hospital system and given a choice between their livelihood and the lives of their patients, guess what they picked.
"had not developed functional immunity to covid, and so was at severe risk from covid. "
Probably at severe risk because of
1) a severe lack of vitamin D, which is corrigible _in hours_ by administering a 1 mg dose of calcifediol and
2) a probable zinc deficiency, which also is easily corrigible.
Most doctors are incompetent at treating covid.
The vast majority of the practical aspects of medicine are not evidence based, stricto sensu.
Meaning that some would argue that there are no valid studies to prove blabla etc...
There's a few reasons for that:
1) studies are exceedingly expensive. Nobody would pay for them without a ROI in terms of profit.
2) there's usually a hidden financial incentive for the researchers: if the agenda is not in alignment , the studies will be maligned (as in, "not enough" "we need more" "low quality" "from the 1/3 world" etc...) and ignored.
3) observational studies are not considered studies by researchers, but are by clinicians
4) the practice of what works is usually what is done: just like in most endeavors (carpentry, plumbing, trading etc..) and not subject to "studies".
The covid experience has been a complete departure from usual standards. Doctors know best is actually a reflexion of the experience of the practitioner . IMO it is what saves patients in the vast majority of patients.
This time all orders, menace, threats, and financial incentives came from politics, big pharma and their dependents (CDC, FDA, hospitals, CMS etc...) Most doctors were either
a) political (usually fiercely Democrats or anti Trump)
b) dependent on authority
c) dependent on $ (most are now simple employees).
d) dependent on fake evidence (fake Lancet article against IVM) etc..
We know what works. https://t.co/5Y4xNHuU5B
Now we have the evidence. Will doctors rely on it? unlikely.
Prohibiting the off label use of ivermectin for Covid treatment was bizarre and unprecedented. Pharmaceuticals are routinely prescribed off label. Or they were. Very troubling and telling.
Has anyone seen or heard of jab injured people making horrible decisions.Anything from denying their injuries to making bad purchasing or investing decisions. I know five different people that have this now.
Speaking of RCTs, what did the Pfizer and Moderna RCTs show overall?
Total of 31 deaths in the vaccine groups vs. 30 deaths in the placebo groups (best case scenario, there were conflicting reports with somewhat worse results)
What did an RCT of 5 day ivermectin show (result buried as best as possible in article)?
3 deaths in the ivermectin group vs. 10 deaths in the control group
If they see fever in COVID they use acetaminophen. Why? No RCT required for that?
"Of note, a robust IgG titre to RBD (272.8 AU) and spike proteins (S2 474.3 AU) was also detected 3 weeks after."
If IgA had been produced, then they would have mentioned it.
The docs likely administered cholecalciferol, but didn't mention it in the article. That's something to ask them.
"They were partially successful, although the patient did not develop detectable antibodies to covid, they were able to find some covid-specific T-Cells:"
Duhhh! An 88 year old person is unlikely to have a competent immune system. The morons pushing vaxxes on the elderly because of their risk from covid ignore the lack of immune competency in the elderly to make antibodies.
"hospitals who were financially incentivized to fraudulently inflate covid case numbers; to give all “covid” patients the highly toxic Remdesivir7; and to ventilate patients"
Smells like team murder to me.
Paid to be a serial killer.
The perks ain't lookin' so rosy now that consequences of truth and evidence are fast on the heels of their 'feetz don't fail;z me now' awe shuck-n-jive faux innocence routine.
Golly Gee it was a MANDATE.
Golly Gee trust the non-existent lab animal killing science.
Golly Gee! Give me another un-tested boos------
Well done. This needs to shared everywhere. - JLW
"Any proposed treatment for covid by default was presumed to have an unfavorable risk/benefit profile compared with doing nothing & regardless of the risk covid itself posed to the patient with such a degree of certainty that it could only be dislodged by the most powerful form of evidence irrefutably proving otherwise." Great description of the (il)logic. And easily refutable if doctors could be honest with the risk/benefit profiles (the critical point of this description).
This article needs to be printed, crumpled, and stuffed into the throat of every single covidiot and vaccinator.
Metaphorically speaking, of course.
Man, I'm terrified of hospitals. Remdesiver and ventilators and bullshit treatment designed to kill me.
I would argue that most medical decisions are based of conjecture and big pharma's etched in granite agendas. There is very little substantial proof for much of the medical mafia's treatments.