Blocking patients from taking Ivermectin is equivalent to sentencing some to death.
The unelected, unaudited and unaccountable Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia has decided that consenting adults and fully qualified doctors should not be allowed to use a drug off label that’s so cheap and safe the discoverers won a Nobel Prize. Something like 200 million people use ivermectin each year. After 33 years and 3.7 billion doses of use, it qualifies as one of the safest drugs around.
The TGA says it hasn’t found any evidence that ivermectin is useful against Covid, but then we have to ask, has the TGA looked?
The TGA wants to ban one drug to force the punters to pick the other drug?
Once upon a time the phrase would be “persuade me”. Now it’s just fines and jail if you disagree?
FDA Officials Stepping Down As Administration Steps In
Nutroots will tell you that Ivermectin is just “horse medicine.”
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has banned doctors from prescribing ivermectin to their patients “off label”.
It’s a move that we must fight and so I’m declaring TOMORROW Monday, 13 September 2021 to be a national day of action against the TGA’s decision to ban ivermectin being prescribed for off label use. People should phone the TGA on 1800 020 653 to demand they reverse their decision to ban doctors from prescribing ivermectin off-label.
As a government agency, the TGA must listen to the people!
A sad and shameful day for Australian medicine
Robert Clancy Quadrant Online 13th September 2021
September 10, 2021, was a black day, the day a group of faceless bureaucrats known as the “Advisory Committee for Medicines Scheduling”, through its effector arm, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), compromised medical practise and the health of their fellow Australians. The TGA used its regulatory muscle to prevent doctors at the COVID-19 pandemic’s coalface from prescribing ivermectin (IVM), the one therapy available that is safe, cheap and which reduces mortality in the order of 60 per cent. This poorly conceived action threatens the high standards of medical practise we have achieved in Australia, and the credibility of the administrative structure within which medicine operates.
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