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IVERMECTIN and Veterinarians / Specialists
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 73680300:MV80ODk2ODA2Xzg5NDQxMTM1XzZFMTQ4QTE2] Every f'in move is now monitored in this SL-ayve world You can't even spend money without the bank monitoring Or Reporting to the goobermint [/quote]
For what it's worth, my wife is a board certified veterinary surgeon. She was informed by the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) and the ACVS (American College of Veterinary Surgeons) that they should not take home or give to friends any ivermectin and they'd be closely monitoring any sudden extra orders of the medication to clinics.
As a surgeon she's never have a need to prescribe it, nor any veterinary surgeons. However surgeons do have ample access to it.
Just thought you all would like to know the hammer is being wielded everywhere.
I don't know if ivermectin is helpful or not, but I have come to learn in my 44 years that when something is consistently demonized, marginalized, mocked and ridiculed with a full court press of negativity... it's usually the truth.
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