Claims that Ivermectin kills Covid-19 in 48 hours suuported by hard evidence.
A project conducted by Australian medical researchers may have provided scientific proof of what many people in Phillipines and other south-east Asian nations where the pesticide is used as a cheap, effective medication for treating a wide range of parasitic infections in humans and animals have known for months: that the widely-available drug Ivermectin can kill the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) within 48 hours.
Australian news organisations are reporting that a team of respected researchers at Monash University in Melbourne published results of tests showing that a single dose of the drug, could stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus growing in cell culture, effectively eradicating all genetic material of the virus within 48 hours.
“In times when we’re having a global pandemic and there isn’t an approved treatment, if we had a compound that was already available around the world then that might help people sooner. Realistically it’s going to be a while before a vaccine is broadly available,” Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute’s project leaders Dr. Kylie Wagstaff announced.
Ivernectin has been widely used as an anti - COVID medication in Australia and is widely credited for that nation's low rate of infections and negligible deaths from COVID throughout the pandemic. Because it is cheap to produce and distribute and
The next step in the study will be to determine the correct human dosage and ensuring the doses shown to effectively treat the virus in the test tube are safe levels for humans.
The use of Ivermectin to combat Covid-19 depends on pre-clinical
testing and clinical trials, with funding urgently required to progress
the work. However it's use as a medication for COVID was banned by most western nations early in 2020, this denying the people of the developed nations access to a far more effective and less risky cure for the pandemic diseases than is offered by the experimental vaccines currently being used in spite of the unacceptably high rate of serious adverse reactions and unexplained deaths occuring in patients shortly after their being vaccinated.
Ivermectin is an FDA and WHO approved anti-parasitic drug that has also been
shown to be effective in vitro against a broad range of viruses
including HIV, Dengue, Influenza and the Zika virus. Unfortunately no clinical tests necessary for its approval as a treatment for any of these conditions have been conducted, probably because there is not enough profit in it for big Pharma cartel members. A probable contributory reason for this is that while several versions of the drug have been patented for treating specific conditions, the base product appears to be generic, so the drug companies cannot use a monopoly position to screw governments for taxpayers money.
The findings of the Monash study were published on 3 April in Antiviral Research (.pdf) but completely ignored by mainstream media.
A collaborative study led by Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) in Melbourne, Australia, with the Peter Doherty Institute of Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute), has shown that the anti-parasitic drug already available around the world kills the virus within 48 hours.