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THANK YOU, Dr. Kory, for meticulously digging into all the sordid details, and exposing the very harmful games that are played.

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Mar 5·edited Mar 5

The level of medical publishing fraud has eclipsed even what was present in Marcia Angell's day. I've lost count how many papers show results exactly the opposite of what the authors tout, especially with covid. One author told me that the journal reviewer told him if he wanted his paper published, he need to "massage" the abstract and conclusion/discussion.

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"It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine." Dr. Marcia Angell

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Her head would explode today.

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It hasn't yet. The pressure built up over two decades.

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It's so good to see her summary again! I found it a out 2 months ago.

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Dr. Angell was a trailblazer with her 2004 book exposing pharma corruption but she seems to have flipped during Covid. In 2022 I was curious as to what she was up to and was shocked to find this article:

https://www.santafenewmexican.com/opinion/my_view/covid-19-stopping-the-next-variant/article_3d4b07b4-0154-11ec-a204-b3562983e4f2.html

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When Tucker Carlson asked if Congress would be stupid enough to pass a law granting citizenship to illegal aliens who enlist in the military, Douglas Macgregor answered, “YES.”

“The problem is Washington is donor-occupied. Donor occupied. The donors own the political figure. So what do the donors want?

“You’ve heard the expression donors win elections, not voters. Well, if the voter isn’t winning the election and the donor is winning it. Are these policies not a function of the people delivering huge quantities of cash to the to the Hill, whether they’re part of the pharmaceutical industry, a foreign lobby or a defense lobby or something else?

“So, who are the people in Washington responding to? They’re not responding to me. I don’t think they’re responding to you. And I don’t think most Americans feel that they’re responsive at all. So the problem is not do we have Americans who care? Of course, we do. We have millions of them. We’re not alone. But we’re not in power, Tucker. That’s the problem.”

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Not only do they not care about us but all the pols are captured. Viz. our tax dollars are going to support another country who is actively committing Genocide as we speak. Ralph Nader estimates 200,000 are dead not 30,000. And the famine is starting to kick in.

Talk about un-American values ffs! Imho they are all traitors and should be rooted out and punished. Americans are being hugely tarnished by this, and it is NOT how any ordinary American thinks or behaves

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Polls always report what those who funded them want them to.

An election is not a pol (sic).

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The polls, in the recent Irish referenda gave a Yes Yes result. The government of Ireland has spent €22 million to get a Yes Yes result. The people voted No No. 😊

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Polls always reflect the desires of their funders.

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My guess would be they plan to train them at US bases then send them off to Ukraine as mercenaries. Most are too stupid to realize it's a death sentence and will sign up with the promise of citizenship after a one year tour. Kills two birds with one stone as most of them won't be coming back, and it drags out the war past November elections.

As for cui bono, quite a few mega-corporations made investments in Ukraine prior to the hostilities, and even during, on assumption Russia would lose.. For example:

https://www.cargill.com/worldwide/ukraine

ADM is there as well, along with many others via Blackrock et al.

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/28/zelenskyy-blackrock-ceo-fink-agree-to-coordinate-ukraine-investment.html

Too many to list really. Ukrainians have had their country sold out from under them since 1992. Ukraine is what Russia would have become had Putin not come along.

If I'm reading Russia correctly, it's far too late to get any of it back. All gone. A dead loss. Same goes for their Russian holdings if they steal Russia's presently impounded reserves, like they're already talking about. That's golden goose territory that is. A one time grab in exchange for zero future investment opportunities in the world's fastest growing economy? Makes sense to them I guess.

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The value of Russia's impounded reserves is falling with the rest of the petrodollar.

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True enough. The rouble was sold hard when the war started, but it's back above it's pre-war level now.

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Thank you so much for staying on the long tedious job. this entails. I appreciate how you have put your skills to work to stand for integrity and humanity, thus validating what so many of us knew who from the very beginning of the CV scare. In the words I told my son at the very beginning, " They are pulling something on us, I do not know what it is, but I know they are pulling something on us." Then within months as I watched and listened to those in the much of the MS alternative media whom I had trusted, turned to the dark side, and instead paid attention to the brave doctors, nurses, and lay people who begin pointing out truth and the great ............ scam, it became clearer and clearer and easier to stand strong as well as share with others as the truth spread like wild fire. Thanks again for your pat in this push back for the truth to shine through.🕊

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You are one of the original few I trust, who were in on the truth from the beginning. I remember your first appearance on Daystar and your obvious joy at the truth of Ivermectin being a real tool to fight Covid. We had also heard even earlier from an old veterinarian that it would work. Thank you. Stay in the conversation.

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Quick note to say that ivermectin was a godsend for me w/vx injury, and it also got me thru pandemic w/o ever catching the virus. It also gives me a break from my me/cfs/fm, which has shattered my ability to participate in life.

Here’s my observation: Since ivm became more scarce (Merck apparently buying up India-based manufacturers) I reduced the frequency of doses to once a week, and noticed that the day after my dose my brainfog, pain, and fatigue vanished completely. When I noticed this I started to pulse the dose—to be sure I had the effect isolated, I waited until the brainfog/fatigue/pain returned. with every pulse it goes away. n=1 but that’s my experience.

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I believe there is a connection between long covid and me/cfs. Dr. Bruce Patterson’s research seems to bear this out. Here’s a link to webinar where he’s addressing the immune-mediated similarities. https://youtu.be/O_XX9_IujeY?si=NDlfOBrH4baqEag_

I encourage fellow me/cfs-ers to seek out his work.

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I wonder if you have seen the conversation between Dr John Campbell - his YouTube channel- and Professor Robert Clancy where Prof. Clancy talks about his use of Ivermectin in Covid and in addition trialling it in the treatment of patients with Long Covid? His patient appears to be having success with it. You’ll be interested I think in the end part where he discusses, dosing for Long Covid. A great conversation and very helpful since, ME CFS appear to be horses from the same stable. I say that tongue in cheek since although it’s a life saver, I have had scorn and ridicule for the “horse medicine” from even horse lovers. It makes me despair. And I can tell you that dogs are treated for Congestive Heart Failure with the same medication as human beings with CHF are. And though I, am prepared to read studies and watch debates and discussions, that tell an altogether more hopeful story about Ivermectin, many that I know won’t. What can you do?

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thanks for this! i don’t recall having seen this particular episode. watching today.

btw, one of my dogs has CHF; very familiar with the meds (they rule our life 🫠). 25 years of having dogs and i can’t recall ever using a medicine that i wasn’t already familiar with b/c of human use (except for vaccines).

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Hi Brook, the medication I was referring to is Furosemide( Commercial names include: Frusemide, Lasix, Discoid, Uremide) and it is used to treat edema due to heart failure. I was treating my 18 year old Cavashon for 2 years (recently) with it whilst caring for a family member with CHF who, amongst other meds was taking this for the same medical complaint. Both have passed away now.

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I’m so sorry for your loss 💔 CHF is a heartbreaking condition to work thru. My vet gave her 6 months upon dx. She’s approx 4 yrs out from that day. I really don’t know how we’ve managed to get so lucky with this. We’ve rearranged our lives around it, but I think everyone does as much as they can. It never makes any damn sense as to which get on better and which don’t.

my vet prescribed 3 meds for CHF. Furosemide, Pimobenden (vasodilator), and Spironolactone (mild diuretic). Early on she acquired an upper respiratory infection that required a couple of ER trips. we ended up treated with Amox-Clav, and kept those cans of oxygen that runners use around for when she was in extreme distress.

She also has a knee injury that gives her trouble when it rains or gets cold, and we give Tramadol for that.

All these meds have use in humans.

My other dog, actually, has seizures from the (exclusively) dog med, Advantage—one of those heartworm/flea meds that apply to their coat. So I treat him with ivermectin now to protect from heartworm—that was the original med in Heartguard. No more seizures. For fleas we do frequent baths and occasional spritz with natural repellents.

Moral of the story is that the older, well known human meds have proven to be quite effective while the med used exclusively for canines (Advantage) was toxic enough to cause seizures 🤬

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That’s really interesting Brook because my dog lived to 18 and we had at least four years of treatment and she did really well on those meds up until her quality of life was beginning to go downhill, just the same as my family member. I’m always surprised at how dismissive people can be when they don’t know what they’re talking about. Anyway keeping an open mind is very important.

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I’ve begun to question the vet’s vaccine schedule for them, esp the new “dog flu” one.

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Mar 5·edited Mar 5Liked by Pierre Kory, MD, MPA

"Why did Butler (notice my refusal to call him Professor),"

I would not have capitalized the "b" in butler and I would refer to him as - "servile the butler".

Dutifully serving up this "well cooked" "study" with a "well postured" presentation.

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Bravo, Dr. Kory, and thank you for your dogged honesty!

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"'Massage' the abstract and conclusion section"

There has been a lot of "massaging" in every arena, these past four years.

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Mar 5Liked by Pierre Kory, MD, MPA

This will be sent on.

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Similar techniques are used to prove that human beings are the primary cause of climate change.

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Public health authorities across the western world drastically overplayed their hand when they cast IVM as dangerous´horse medicine’.

So many of us were astonished they could so BRAZENLY LIE.

Even worse, the brazen lie constituted manslaughter or murder (IMO).

MILLIONS of people around the world know what a great medicine IVM is - including many thousands of doctors. Few had the simple courage to speak up.

You, Dr Kory, DID - you deserve everyone’s thanks for exposing the lie - and the deaths it directly led to.

The covid villains must STAND TRIAL.

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Well said!

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Mar 5Liked by Pierre Kory, MD, MPA

Thank you for pointing out the scope and magnitude of the fraudulent behavior

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If Ivermectin were such a punch in the air why bother banning it so hard all over the world? On the contrary it was known already all over the world for being a decent remedy. So already t here politicians and pharma showed their hand, which has been meticulously followed up in every possible respect. What are we waiting for?

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$$$ they needed to get the EAU and ivermectin was in the way.

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I wonder, is there a way to have the authors appear before a tribunal of sorts, the aim being to bring their reputations into question, and uncover their true motivation?

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OUTSTANDING, easy to understand, extremely effective work here Dr. Kory!!!!

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