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It was a pleasure and a privilege getting to know you. This was my final visit/post on memo. Take care.
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Check out some of the research on NAC. It shouldn't be taken to mean official medical advice, I'm not a clinician.
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Dr. Uther 1MBFpC
I used to enjoy watching that cartoon.
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Not once did I use the word cure in any of our exchanges.
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Not antivax, anti guinea pig is all. The patients I set up on home oxygen were all having hydroxychloroquine prescribed by the infectious disease docs with positive results too.
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The vaccines don't prevent spread, the manufacturers would love to draw that conclusion but can't yet. There's a reason certain things made available over the counter though.
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Yes, I understand the mechanics of immunizations. For all you know at this point, there's no immunity. hence the reports of other people contracting it after the jab.
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Your argument assumes vaccine safety, which there isn't. Ivermectin could be used as a until the trials finalize. We need to establish some clear points here if you want to continue.
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Share some evidence to the contrary then. I'd love to see something concrete. For now, Ivermectin could potentially be cost effective and widely disbursed while trials are running.
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Even big pharma will tell you the vaccines don't offer immunity, merely a reduction in severity of symptoms and a reduction in morbidity; both of which Ivermectin might do.
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If you're going to hurl around insults, there's really no point having an exchange. RIGHT NOW, we can't reasonably conclude the vaccines offer immunity.
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Oh, there's data there, it's not an official study though, no argument on that front. That said, there's no formal study for vaccine efficacy, until 2023.
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Done! Look forward to hearing from you soon.
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Do you use telegram or have a burner email address I can shoot you a message at?
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Tried sending you a memo earlier. I have some easy work for you if you care to earn a little bitcoin cash.
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How about not putting any research into a widely available, OTC alternative that could have been studied with the same resources the vaccines enjoyed? Oh wait, there's less profit.
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Sure I do. I earned my keep in medicine for several years and have a minor in it's study. Don't just make assumptions, you might learn something.
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The studies on vaccine efficacy aren't through until 2023 at the earliest. Given the evidence, why do you think one is any better than the other?
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Never claimed it was a miracle, but you get the same reduction in symptoms that the vaccines have shown to offer without having to utilize spike proteins. HCQ was used in the hospitals
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The most important things needed for positive change aren't being discussed by politicians or the media.
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"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum...." -N.C
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Dude, you're on top of things in a big way, but consider that one side is playing off the other by design. There's supposed to be hypocrisy.
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Do you NOT believe our species is capable of, or willing to weaponize disease or that big pharma censors information about viable alternatives to vaccines? There's 21 billion at stake
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2023 is when we'll have some idea of the vaccine's safety. I know I can take Ivermectin today and have the same reduction in severity with reduced potential for side effects.