India Could Sentence WHO Chief Scientist to Death for Misleading Over Ivermectin and Killing Indians

The Indian Bar Association (IBA) sued WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan on May 25, accusing her in a 71-point brief of causing the deaths of Indian citizens by misleading them about Ivermectin. There is also an updated legal notice on June 13, 2021.

Point 56 states, “That your misleading tweet on May 10, 2021, against the use of Ivermectin had the effect of the State of Tamil Nadu withdrawing Ivermectin from the protocol on May 11, 2021, just a day after the Tamil Nadu government had indicated the same for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.”

If a trial in India finds WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan guilty then the WHO Scientist could be sentenced to death or life in prison. Dr Soumya Swaminathan would have be charged with the threatened criminal prosecution and be found guilty on one of the those charges.

The Government of Tamil Nadu has published new treatment protocols for COVID-19 patients that leaves out the use of ivermectin, which had been included in a previous version. The new protocols describe three categories of COVID-19 patients based on the level of care they need: home-based, primary care and pre-hospital care. It leaves hospital care out. The tests to determine the category to which a patient belongs are oxygen saturation (SpO2) and respiratory rate.

Advocate Dipali Ojha, lead attorney for the Indian Bar Association, threatened criminal prosecution against Dr. Swaminathan “for each death” caused by her acts of commission and omission. The brief accused Swaminathan of misconduct by using her position as a health authority to further the agenda of special interests to maintain an EUA for the lucrative vaccine industry.

Ivermectin is a cheap drug that is prescribed as an anti-parasitic. It has been gaining in popularity for preventing COVID-19. The WHO and FDA are not approving Ivermectin but many doctors and scientists believe Ivermectin is effective. There is the claim that the Indian States that used Ivermectin had far better outcomes and far fewer COVID deaths than the Indian states that did not use Ivermectin.

Among the most prominent examples include the Ivermectin areas of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Goa where cases dropped 98%, 97%, 94%, and 86%, respectively. By contrast, Tamil Nadu opted out of Ivermectin. As a result, their cases skyrocketed and rose to the highest in India. Tamil Nadu deaths increased ten-fold.

In a test of over 4000 people in India (3000+ took Ivermectin) and over 1000 did not. The results were that 2% Ivermectin takers had PCR test confirmed COVID and 11.7% non-takers had PCR test confirmed COVID. The people were given two 21 mg doses of Ivermectin. This costs less than 1 penny per person.

Advocate Dipali Ojha, lead attorney for the Indian Bar Association, threatened criminal prosecution against Dr. Swaminathan “for each death” caused by her acts of commission and omission. The brief accused Swaminathan of misconduct by using her position as a health authority to further the agenda of special interests to maintain an EUA for the lucrative vaccine industry.

Specific charges included the running of a disinformation campaign against Ivermectin and issuing statements in social and mainstream media to wrongfully influence the public against the use of Ivermectin despite the existence of large amounts of clinical data showing its profound effectiveness in both prevention and treatment of COVID-19.

In particular, the Indian Bar brief referenced the peer-reviewed publications and evidence compiled by the ten-member Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) group and the 65-member British Ivermectin Recommendation Development (BIRD) panel headed by WHO consultant and meta-analysis expert Dr. Tess Lawrie.

The brief cited US Attorney Ralph C. Lorigo’s hospital cases in New York where court orders were required for dying COVID patients to receive the Ivermectin. In multiple instances of such comatose patients, following the court-ordered Ivermectin, the patients recovered. In addition, the Indian Bar Association cited previous articles published in this forum, The Desert Review.

Advocate Ojha accused the WHO and Dr. Swaminathan in Points 60 and 61 as having misled and misguided the Indian people throughout the pandemic from mask wear to exonerating China as to the virus’s origins.

“The Indian Bar Association has warned action under section 302 etc. of the Indian Penal Code against Dr. Soumya Swaminathan and others, for murder of each person dying due to obstruction in treatment of COVID-19 patient effectively by Ivermectin. Punishment under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code is death penalty or life imprisonment.”

Ivermectin, used in Delhi beginning April 20, obliterated their COVID crisis. Cases dropped by 97% over 6 weeks. The fatal mistake would have been to NOT use Ivermectin. They used it and it saved Delhi. But tragically, Tamil Nadu did not, and their state was devastated. Their new cases rose from 10,986 to 36,184 – a tripling. Their refusal to use Ivermectin harmed them. Not only did Tamil Nadu’s cases rise to the highest in India, but their deaths skyrocketed from 48 on April 20 to 474 on May 27 – a rise of ten-fold.

SOURCES – Indian Bar Association, The Desert Review, Dr Pierre Kory, Dr John Campbell, Brett Weinstein, Joe Rogan
Written By Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

103 thoughts on “India Could Sentence WHO Chief Scientist to Death for Misleading Over Ivermectin and Killing Indians”

  1. The esteemed American medical journal: Chest, published a study more than a year ago, which found that ivermectin reduced hospitalized patient mortality by > 50%. Why wasn't that in the news everywhere?

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  3. Should we be doing the same here for the CDC, WHO, NIH, big pharma cheerleading doctors, politicians, and media that have banned Ivermectin and HCQ here leading to the unnecessary deaths and suffering of hundreds of thousands of Americans all so big pharma could make billions?

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  4. Exactly. Democracy is about people making decisions together, based on consensus, and *for themselves.* Not a few individuals making decisions that everyone else has to bear out, whether they want to or not. That has nothing to do with democracy and it has no place in a "civilized" world (ironically, because civilization is the worst offender when it comes to force and autocracy).

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  5. The world community has known since early 2020, at least, that Ivermectin was primarily indicated for use against the scourge of COVID-19 in human beings. This remedy was suggested and promoted very early on by many individual researchers and health & nutrition experts. Here we are, millions of deaths later, and Ivermectin use for COVID-19 patients, is still underfunded and underpromoted by top agencies. These agencies are complicit with "Big Pharma" profiteers. The situation is totally unacceptable. I would hate to see any top WHO officials lose their lives over this issue, but this ban on Ivermectin is very grave indeed, and cannot be tolerated or continued. There must be consequences. WHO is supposed to be helping to protect innocent lives, not to promote new, high-end pharmaceuticals for profit. We need to use what works, not just look for exponential profits. SAVE LIVES, BRING BACK THE IVERMECTIN PROTOCOL.

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  6. Interesting link and it does show masks don't do much for influenza from pre-pandemic studies. Yet widespread masks and social distancing did reduce the flu last year by 90%.

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  7. I can always tell when someone is trying to mislead people by selecting one outlier and ignoring the 39 peer reviewed favorable studies.

    The funny thing is, even your outlier says that hospital stays were reduced with Ivermectin. So yeah.

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  8. You seem to lack reading comprehension. Grumpy didn't state that no one got sick in the trial, just that it is so uncommon for young people to be effected by Covid, that it was difficult to distinguish the drug being tested from the control. This would also be the case if the holy vaccine were being tested, which is why they used a broad range of ages in their trials.

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  9. Most are/were guilty of this as you said, but certainly not all. Frontline meds, Dr Stella, Dr. Zelenko amongst many others.

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  10. The regions in India that have swapped over to ivermectin have seen a MASSIVE drop in covid. In just 31 days. As high as 96% and as low as 84%. Look it up! They’re filing criminal charges against the chief medical officer of the WHO. The info is out there but you have to look

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  11. I hope they arrest, quickly try, find guilty, and execute her, and then start looking for others who have suppressed, denied, or hidden cures.

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  12. The FLCCC IVM dose recommendation for early exposure is 0.2 to 0.4 mg/kg weight. I weigh 146 lbs, which is 66 kg. So my dose range is 0.2 to 0.4 * 66 = 13 to 26 mg. In May, since my PCP is not "allowed" to prescribe IVM, I decided to find a doctor who can (I live in the U.S.) and bought 20 12-mg tabs @ $5 per tab. (If you weighed 200 lbs (91 kg), your dose range would be 18 to 36 mg.) Both FLCCC and AFLD have lists of telemedicine doctors who can prescribe IVM and who have pharmacies that can fill prescriptions. The FLCCC IVM duration recommendation for early exposure is one [your dose] each day for five days. That is, my purchase of 20 12-mg tabs is enough to treat four exposures at the lower dose or two exposures at the upper dose; I have four refills on the prescription. Supplements to support one's immune system are also recommended: Vitamins D3 and C, Quercetin, and Zinc. (I was already taking those so only needed to add IVM.)

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  13. How is a cloth mask a "political tool"??? Make your own if you don't trust what's in a store.

    Read real medical science, don't just listen to Fox News and the like. Your media bubble is harming you.

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  14. The dirty little secret is: Doctors were using HCQ+Zn and/or IVM prophylactically and as needed for themselves, their families and closest friends for more than a year, while very few were willing to say-so publicly due to financial, social or political pressure. It was easier to watch hundreds of thousands of lives perished unnecessarily, than buck the system.
    Should be call the "Hypocritic Oath".

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  15. IVM (and HCQ, zinc, etc) are available as a generic at a fraction of the cost of a vaccine.
    Medical evidence was stifled, readily available and known safe meds were prevented from being used off-label, while EUA was given to experimental drugs with no safety profile and long term data at a cost of billions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of unnecessary lives.
    Wake up.

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  16. And you do realize it's available generic, is a fraction of the cost of the vaccines and would not have generated the billions of dollars that vaccines (and boosters) are providing the pharma companies, right?

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  17. "Big pharma" doesn't make profit of their covid vaccines atm.
    Merk (one of the big pharmas who produce Ivermectin) makes profit of Ivermectin though.

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  18. The issue about what sized droplets (100um+? 5um?) sounds like a good story.
    However I was employed by a medical technology company during the original SARS outbreak, and I was employed to study infection control via filtering of aerosols from exhaled air.

    So… the story you've been told is, if not total bullsnot, then a very selective version of reality told by people who are trying to cover up their own mistakes.

    It was well known back 2 decades ago that people exhale, and cough, and sneeze, a whole size range of microdroplets, and that these micro-droplets can hang in the air for an indefinite time while remaining infectious, and that off-the-shelf HEPA filters worked very well at preventing such infection.

    It may be that the infectious disease doctors didn't quite have a handle on it, but that's they would hire bio-medical engineers and infection control experts to do that sort of thing. The sort of people who do things like set up the systems in infectious disease wards, let alone virus research labs.

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  19. Ivermectin was developed to treat parasites. Heartworm, things like that. It has been shown to have some anti-viral capabilities in the lab, but only at concentrations you cannot get in a mammal's bloodstream.

    These things take time, we're fighting a war while we're still learning about the enemy. There will be some contradictory evidence. I don't think the full story on ivermectin is known yet.

    What is clear is that masks work and vaccines work. I have had my vaccine shots, and if a variant shows up that has a large number of breakthrough cases, it's back to a mask for me, even though I really don't like them.

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  20. What are the large scale studies? I see n=4000 and 2438, that's a good start, but it's only a start. Let's get that replicated, then we can talk.

    If you're taking about the result of whole Indian states, that's not a controlled study in any sense. Way too many variables and untracked parameters. There are different cultures and even weather patterns involved, possibly other laws regarding masks and gatherings, etc.

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  21. This was a very small study: 255 patients, most patients were on both HCQ and AZM, only 30 patients did not take HCQ. Most patients died, the outcome of 7 patients is unknown (transferred to another unit).

    This is hardly conclusive at all.

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  22. Nobody is saying you shouldn't take vitamin C and D for general health.

    What they did say was don't take them and then think you're immune from the virus. Their effect is small and only beneficial in the long term.

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  23. In the first couple months it was thought the virus was spread primarily thru phlegm and other droplets. That can get on yours hands and then spread by touching your eyes, eating, etc. In that case, masks prevent sick people from spreading their germs, but doesn't protect healthy people.

    But we quickly realized it was spread by microdroplets in the air that you breathe in. In that situation, hand-washing isn't so important, but masks are.

    That's the problem of trying to fight a disease at the same time you are learning about it. Things change, we make discoveries, we improve our response.

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  24. Hey you know whats a great Idea? Lets have all the top medical/health groups in the world lie to people thereby destroy the peoples trust in them at the very beginning of what is proving to be a very long drawn out pandemic. Then try and cover it up!

    Great idea. The reason? Cover up the failures of the Chinese R&D system and in America fear of invisible hordes of trump supporters who hate asians.

    Yep TDS and corruption good job people.

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  25. So HQ actually increases survival rates by 200% once you up the dosage for weight.

    So yes actually your right while being wrong.

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  26. I dunno, the whole Fauci mask thing is the conflation of two very significant things though. CDC clearly saw the coming wave, and there was an executive decision that health care professionals will likely need more masks (while they weren't entirely sure if high end masks would be enough at that point, as opposed to PAPR rigs), so they lied to the US public so they can grab most of the high end masks for medical professionals since otherwise average citizens would panic buy and drain the remaining stockpile. That's prioritizing medical professionals by sacrificing the general population. Fauci effectively admitted as much but hasn't gone out and done an apology.

    The other problem was the 5 micron aerosol definition that doctors treated like an iron law, which was basically started as a reporting error in early TB studies that got grandfathered into medical practice. A bunch of particulate pollution scientists and some doubting doctors were able to locate the original error and expand the aerosol definition into a range (5-100 micron) depending on additional factors, and unfortunately found the droplet flight range/time can be much longer (the 2m rule was effectively bogus). That redefinition was part of the sudden change to recommending masks, but the medical establishment hasn't come straight out and admitted their hubris regarding the 5 micron rule leading to the lack of mask mandates.

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  27. Indians ARE caucasians.

    The Caucasian race was historically regarded as a biological taxon which, depending on which of the historical race classifications is used, has usually included ancient and modern populations from all or parts of Europe, Western Asia, Central Asia, South Asia, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa.

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  28. Fauci said that masks didn't work, unless you have a medical degree, until a couple of months later they were mandatory. You can't hold him up as a figure than ANYONE believes.

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  29. In other words, the only way to get to the truth is to follow the money?

    The betting man in me says that pharma had a big incentive to destroy effective treatment from traditional sources in favor of their vaccine.

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  30. I'll ask the obvious question here, is Dr. Swaminathan an indian citizen or is otherwise in a position to be extradited to India if successfully accused?

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  31. Since these are uncontrolled empirical studies though, sorting out if it was really Invermectin usage primarily as the difference is going to tough regardless. They'll have to quantify Delta variant spread, large scale gatherings and general human movement, and a host of other factors. It could just as easily have been a combination of bad factors such as major religious/political gatherings, annual migratory movements, population density specific hygiene trends, and getting hit with Delta earlier with comparatively underequipped facilities. With the poor recordkeeping during any major medical systemic failure, that muddies the waters further.

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  32. More people has died of COVID than the Holocaust.
    I think many of those politicians pandering to Big Pharma money are just as guilty of "genocide" as those Nazis during WW2 and should all be charged under UN charter for Crimes against Humanity.

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  33. Sorry, but more I get old more I get skeptik of skeptik debunkers.
    Maybe they start with a good point but pretty fast it become a need to "debunk" someone and something.
    If they start debunking only stuff a certain political side dislike, it is a telltale of political bias.

    I would suggest, from the same website:
    "How antimaskers weaponize techniques of scientific analysis to attack mask mandates"

    That could be retitled "How antimaskers are better than us at science"

    "MIT researchers 'infiltrated' a Covid skeptics community a few months ago and found that skeptics place a high premium on data analysis and empiricism.

    "Most fundamentally, the groups we studied believe that science is a process, and not an institution."

    What a revolutionary and reactionary idea: science don't come from institutions (bureaucrats and politicians) but from a process repeated over and over and it never really end.

    https://twitter.com/yesiamcultured/status/1392463520562876416

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  34. "The people who are making decisions on behalf of millions and even billions need" to lose the power to do so. Not to give others the same power but to destroy that power. Anyone with that power will, always, do wrong. No matter if they are good or evil. They can not be intelligent enough and informed enough to get the decision right.
    The only sensible way to do things is to leave the decision to the individuals paying the price in terms of money and outcomes.

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  35. Indian-Americans have the highest average income of any group in the US, more than double Caucasians. I guess they fit in pretty well.

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  36. Many of the "trials" have been designed to fail. The antivirals I have prescribed have been useful if given in the first 72 hours of an infection or recurrence- Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) for influenza, or Ayclovir/Valcyclovir/Pencyclovir for varicella or HSV. I was impressed with the maligned and dismissed Colombian trial of Ivermectin (confusion of placebo and Ivemrectin for two weeks in the pharmacy!) and average treatment on Day 7 which still showed clearance of symptoms of 12 vs 14 days for treatment vs placebo. The "outcome" was deemed "Non-significant" by US NIH/CDC but I was surprised that there was any improvement at all. If you venture into a rainstorm without an umbrella, you should be soaked. Putting up an umbrella when you are wet will not make you dry. Giving Ivermectin (or 10.000 units of Vit.D) at the point where you are entering ICU and about to be intubated will not help much. Read the research and assess honestly.

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  37. Yes Merck just sold taxpayers 1.2 billion worth of their inferior substitute which is still patented and profitable. Protest resignations followed. Also they did a trial in Columbia of healthy young people and internecine. average age 30 none of whom had diabetes or obesity. Those people don't get sick from COVID-19 so it was impossible to tell placebo from drug. This is called an underpowered study. You can learn about this by reading the book 'lying with statistics.'

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  38. He is referring to the amount needed by mouse liver cells. Early on that was all we knew. Now we know how human lung cells respond. Anyone still worried about mouse liver cells is either a liar or a mouse.

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  39. New York City population of 8.5 million and 54k covid deaths. Delhi india population 31million and 25k deaths.

    Whether Delhi's use of ivermectin had any outcome in death numbers I have no idea. What I do know is over 4000 doctors and scientists have put their name on studies supporting ivermectin while NIH and WHO are claiming studies are flawed. So either the medical community is a bunch of idiots and can't put together a comprehensive study, the WHO and NIH are a bunch of idiots and can't identify a comprehensive study, or WHO and NIH have other influencing factors to downvote said studies and current data placing anything related to ivermectin in misinformation pile.

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  40. Principal trial allows for the starting of ivermectin 14 days after symptoms plus dosages and duration of medication is half what is recommended by FLCCC (on empty stomach no less). While Principal Trial does not stoop to the same level as the lethal dosages of HCQ given via Oxford Trial, study appears to be designed to fail.

    Math + protocol:
    0.4–0.6 mg/kg per dose — daily (Take with or after meals) For 5 days or until recovered

    Principal Trial:
    .2mg/kg per dose each day for 3 days. The dose may be taken at any time of the day, but no food should be taken within two hours before or after administration.

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  41. Good. The people who are making decisions on behlaf of millions and even billions need to be controlled and need to face consequences for their actions. the only reason why thye can make blanket statements, disregard cirticisms, censor things they dont want people to know and make massively distrupting polices that are unecessary yet cause tragedies and death is because they never face consequences.

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  42. If you're quality assessment is only based on how a name sounds to you, good luck figuring out what's true and what's not.
    I also do not understand the motivation for trying to frame this into a political issue: what are you trying to prove?

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  43. When you will meet your variant and your "vax" will not work, I hope you remember to not take any
    HCQ, Ivermectin, Fluvoxamine, Vit.D, Vit.C, anti-inflammatory, or whatever is not endorsed by Dr. Fauci that day.

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  44. Just from the name of the website I had this slim suspicion.

    Leftists claiming science is on their side, when it is not.
    Same old, same old

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  45. This happened nearly everywhere.
    HCQ was killed by a false research published (and near immediately retracted) on Lancet. It was so bad near everyone called it phony just reading the numbers.
    In Italy (where I am from) the government decided for a "parecetamol + watchful waiting" protocol (also called "wait and pray") for the early treatment. Something stinking up to the high heaven.

    All EU is the same, because IF there is a single government with a single drug used to treat COVID-19, the EUA for "experimental genic treatments" stop being valid.

    How could this happen, I don't know. Someone call it a conspiracy, I call it a civilization wide psychotic break.

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  46. Thank you for posting this, Brian. It is very interesting.

    Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine have been available over-the-counter in many countries for decades. They have very few side effects, and adverse reactions are rare. Exceedingly rare.

    People who lobby against their use are selfish insane lunatics, unable to reason or do even the most basic of research…

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  47. Agree but peer review is for heavily funded programs, both the researcher and reviewer need funding and down the tract they change roles. So you scratch my back and I scratch yours.

    Would there be peer review for products that have low margins?

    Why are so many medicines which are better than the new patented ones not being prescribed or sold? I use two oldies and there certainly is nothing patented as good. To get them is not so easy as the pharmacies make much less margin and pharma does not want to produce them.

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  48. Sciencebasedmedicine is not a credible source of medical information. It's a fringe group that advocates that some ill-defined notion of a-priori scientific plausibility should be the ultimate arbiter of medical truth, not empirical evidence.

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  49. The WHO should collect the info and data. Make softer recommendations and they should not overstate their conclusions. Countries and major jurisdictions can make their own informed choices

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  50. They are charging bureaucrats who happen to have medical certifications who are acting as gatekeepers to treatments. The difference in cases and deaths between major Indian cities and states appears to have been solely base upon the use or non use of ivermectin in addition to other similar protocols and treatments. We will not get a bigger set of AB tests. Many of the bureaucrats seem to have big conflicts of interest. The WHO could say that the results are not absolutely proven scientifically in either direction but the drug has been used for years and is generally safe other than when used with wafarin. So countries can do as they choose. FLCCC and BIRD make the case for effectiveness and the case for conflicts of interest

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  51. We will see how the large UK trial starting up will turn out that would extremely solid proof that it may work or not

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  52. I'm constantly amazed Indian civilization has not collapsed under the massive weight of their own idiocy. Their boundless capacity for incompetence and stupidity is only matched by the gargantuan level of their foolish pride. They should all move to America, they would fit right in with a lot of the locals.

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  53. Of course it is.

    Because the real criminals in this case ARE the politicians who encouraged people to physically go out and vote in the midst of a pandemic and did nothing to curb the crowds during the religious celebrations.

    This combined with the more infectious 'delta' variant of COVID appearing caused a skyrocketing infection rate which only became apparent when it was far too late to stop tens of thousands dying per week.

    TLDR Modi is the monster, and like Trump's administration did in the US he's got his govmt deflecting attention and blame anywhere but where it rightly belongs.

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  54. Exactly.

    The commas are an entirely semantic and pointless additive to number systems anyway, so when you take them away the numbers remain the same regardless of where the commas are placed.

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  55. Corruption is vastly easier still when the number of people involved are so limited and lacking significant outside oversight.

    Without peer review academia has no legs to stand on, it's just people claiming something is something with zero external verification.

    Peer review is part of the reason that you get more than one study for the same drug and circumstances.

    More studies = more data = more accurate conclusions.

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  56. Indian norms for comma placement. Goes back before modern times and is based on their language for conveying numbers.

    While we have a thousand (1,000) and a million (1,000,000), they have a lakh (1,00,000) and a crore (1,00,00,000). 1 lakh = 1 hundred thousand, 1 crore = 10 million.

    If you read Indian news sites they'll always use lakh and crore in their writing, even when the rest is in English. It's not because they're too lazy to fully translate, but because they're usually using English to talk to other Indians. They have a lot of languages so English is one of the common tongues, but they're all used to the same comma placement.

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  57. You can't prosecute Doctors for failing to cure patients. Sorry. Bzzzzzt.

    It's not a criminal act for a doctor (or other government official) to fail in a complex emergency like a pandemic. They are only obligated to do the best they can emergencies.

    Indian Bar Association is composed apparently of idiots.

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  58. Looks like it.
    The evidence of the results of the different Indian states is large scale, hence far more reliable than any small scale paper.
    Also Ivermectin has been used for so long without problems it is a safe path that can help people.
    The only problem is that its a low profit path, off patent, and where profits are concerned, no level of human suffering matters.

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  59. Jeez. I thought this one had died off already.

    Ivermectin and other 'miracle' medicine rumors were just the product of desperation when facing an apparently unbeatable enemy. They don't work for covid19, never did. Stop this insanity already.

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  60. Now, I have to ask. Did something similar occur in the US? I am not saying that I know, but did Big Pharma stifle treatment with Ivermectin, to ensure maximal profit? Yeah, I did my shots, courtesy of Pfizer, still?

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