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How ivermectin was targeted by the ‘fraud detectives’

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EVER since ivermectin was repurposed as an effective treatment against Covid-19, this Nobel prize-winning, generic drug became the target of a smear campaign in the mainstream media and for ‘disinformation’ agents worldwide.  

To this day, many governmental regulatory bodies, including the World Health Organisation, advise against the use of ivermectin as a treatment for Covid. 

In contrast to the opposition against ivermectin, 31 randomised control trials and real-world observational data all conclude that it is nothing short of a ‘wonder drug’ in not only being a highly effective early treatment for Covid, but also as a prophylaxis.  

My investigative report published in TrialSite News this month reveals the questionable motives behind those ‘looking for fraud’ in seemingly every clinical trial showing positive results for ivermectin.  

It looks behind the scenes of the alleged claims made by this group of ‘fraud detectives’ – which border on slander – and tells how this apparent smear campaign has been facilitated by the rise of the Trusted News Initiative, led by the BBC and the over-reaching grasp of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. You can read my report via the link above. 

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Sonia Elijah
Sonia Elijah has a background in Economics. She's a former BBC researcher and now works as an investigative journalist. Follow her on Twitter @sonia_elijah.

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