OK to Prescribe Ivermectin and HCQ in OKLA

There’s no ambiguity about the safety and efficacy of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) to treat and cure flu/covid when taken as directed.

Nor is there ambiguity that mass-jabbing irreparably harms health and shortens lifespans.

Pfizer, Moderna, J & J and other entries into the mass-jabbing sweepstakes are all about pursuing the latter aim over the former one above.

They also aim to cash in big on a bonanza of profiteering by destroying public health over protecting it.

Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) are virtual wonder drugs.

They’ve been used for years in many countries to treat and cure millions of people from viral illnesses because they work when taken as prescribed.

Claims otherwise by Fauci, Walensky, Murthy, likeminded fraudsters and their MSM press agents are all about pushing health and freedom-destroying aims over the other way around.

The same goes for the Pharma-connected American Medical Association.

It falsely claimed that known safe and effective protocols do “not show a clear (beneficial) effect on (flu/covid) mortality” — a bald-faced Big Lie in support of health-destroying kill shots.

Last fall, Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, Assistant AG Mindy Lester and Solicitor General James Campbell jointly said the following:

“(W)e find that the available data (do) not justify filing disciplinary actions against physicians simply because they prescribe ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine to prevent or treat” flu/covid.

“Based on these principles, we conclude that governing law allows physicians to use FDA-approved medicines that are unproven for a particular off-label use so long as: 

(1) reasonable medical evidence supports that use and 

(2) a patient’s written informed consent is obtained.”

“In the context of this ever-changing global pandemic (of the jabbed alone), we note that it is appropriate to consider medical evidence outside of Nebraska and to give physicians who obtain informed consent an added measure of deference on their assessment of the available medical evidence.”

“Based on the available data, we do not find clear and convincing evidence that a physician who first obtains informed consent and then utilizes ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for (flu/covid treatment violates the” law.

The above opinion addresses so-called “off-label treatment options…that might work…”

“Allowing physicians to consider (them) will free them to evaluate (all available) tools that could save lives, keep patients out of the hospital, and provide relief for…our…healthcare system.”

Last September, Law Professor Jennifer Bard explained the following:

An Ohio judge ruled that a state hospital “must administer ivermectin to a patient very sick with (flu/covid)” as prescribed by a personal physician, adding:

“The Ohio ruling is just the latest of several successful law suits (in New York and Illinois) to order hospitals to administer ivermectin to hospitalized (flu/covid) patients, despite the objections of” medical staff where they’re hospitalized.

“There is also evidence of a global trend” in this direction.

“(P)rescriptions by…out-of-hospital doctor(s)” are legal.

Ivermectin and HCQ are FDA-approved drugs.

Licensed physicians “can (legally) order (their) use for any patient, for any purpose.”

“Licensed prescribers can order the use of a drug even if (it) was approved by the FDA originally for a different purpose in a different population.”

In US states nationwide, “patients, or their legally-designated surrogate, have the right to make their own decisions about whether or not they will take a specific medication, unless they are under a specific court order” otherwise.

According to bioethicist Art Caplan, medical professionals may not refuse to administer a drug prescribed for hospitalized patients by a personal physician even if they think its use is unwarranted or possibly harmful.

In around a dozen US states, pending legislation prohibits medical licensing boards from punishing healthcare professionals who prescribe ivermectin and HCQ that federal public health agencies (falsely) claim don’t work in treating flu/covid.

Nebraska, North Dakota, and Tennessee legally permit their use.

On February 8, Oklahoma joined their ranks, AG John O’Connor saying:

There’s “no legal basis” to discipline physicians who prescribes these drugs for treating flu/covid patients, adding:

“I stand behind doctors who believe it is in their patients’ best interests to receive ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.”

“Our healthcare professionals should have every tool available to combat” flu/covid. 

“Public safety demands this.” 

“Physicians who prescribe medications and follow the law should not fear disciplinary action for prescribing such drugs.” 

According to the latest from the Biden regime’s DHS this week, truth and full disclosure on kill shots and all else flu/covid related is a “domestic (terrorist) threat.”

In January, the Biden regime’s education department called for designating parents opposed to flu/covid mandates as “domestic terrorists.”

The so-called justice department is investigating parents unwilling to sacrifice the health of their children by opposing draconian mandates.

Their imposition is all about destroying public health and freedom.

The only option is refusal to self-inflict harm.

Mass resistance is the only way to preserve and protect what’s too precious to lose.

2 thoughts on “OK to Prescribe Ivermectin and HCQ in OKLA

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  1. Mr Lendman

    Not to be redundant..

    But Doctors use it all over Asia and SE Asia.

    Must be a reason.
    Whole treatment,
    caught early

    Probably costs about $5..!

    There you have it.

    No big secret why Big Pharm vociferously opposes it, huh ?


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