"You know who is dying here? It’s our African-American, and Latino, and our elderly. […] We are responsible to protect those disadvantaged members. We have a special duty to provide counter-measures." ~ Dr. Pierre Kory
Dr. Pierre Kory is a critical care physician and President of the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance, a non-profit organization created by Dr. Paul Marik last spring to find solutions to help people with COVID.
Dr. Kory has been focusing on repurposed drugs. He is the author of a review of the use of ivermectin―a widely used anti-parasitic medicine with known anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties―for COVID, which has proven to be highly effective. The FLCCC Alliance expert panel has reached a consensus in recommending that ivermectin be systematically and globally adopted for both prophylaxis and treatment of Covid-19.
Unfortunately, the study was deemed inconclusive by the WHO, which said the drug should only be used within clinical trials until more data are available. This came as a shock to many doctors who have seen remarkable results with their patients. Mexico City is a huge success story about the use of ivermectin. On Dec. 29, 2021, Mexico City adopted a “Test and Treat” strategy giving ivermectin to anybody who tested positive, which led to a huge drop in the case fatality rate, even for people above age 80.
The simple fact is that government authorities cannot authorize an emergency use vaccination if there are effective therapies. Withholding safe and effective treatments makes it easier to justify an emergency use authorization for experimental gene therapy injections—which, according to the Doctors for Covid Ethics, are not safe, not effective, and not necessary. Dr. Mark Skidmore has estimated that as many as 80,000 to 100,000 Americans died as a result of withholding another repurposed drug, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ).
Dr. Kory is appalled by the current amount of disinformation. People are not listening to the science and the WHO is not working in the best interest of humanity. Here is Dr. Kory’s recommendation: “Have a prescription for ivermectin at home. Early treatment works way better! In the U.S., your doctor can prescribe it.”
Watch Dr. Pierre Kory testify to Senate Committee about ivermectin, Dec. 8, 2020, asking the NIH to review the data they compiled.
How to best use ivermectin: It probably works for other viruses too!
Dangers of ivermectin. This is a letter to the editor in the most recent WAPF journal. You have to scroll down the page to find the letter.
Related Solari Reports:
A Cross-Country Analysis of the Determinants of Covid-19 Fatalities by Dr. Mark Skidmore