Ivermectin Doesn’t Work Against Covid-19By Radiant Health
Published: April 2, 2022
A new study conducted in Brazil found that Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug, is not effective in treating COVID-19. The authors concluded that the 650 patients who were given ivermectin did not fare any better than the 650 people that received a placebo. Prescribing the drug to treat COVID-19 became controversial over the course of the pandemic, with many experts agreeing it was not a good option. The highly successful podcaster Joe Rogan famously used it when he contracted the virus.
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