Experts hit back at cherrypicking of Australian Iv

2022-04-05
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Experts hit back at 'cherrypicking' of Australian Ivermectin research - Today News Post News Today || Headlines Today

In April 2020t ever forget; 2020 transforme, Monash University research fellow Dr Kylie Wagstaff was among the first scientists in the world to find the anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin was effective against COVID-19 – in individual cellsThe pandemic, with some scientists sayin, not humans.

Dr Wagstaff’s research remains ongoingcoronarolling,coronavirus,coronafree,BN1,KMI2,COVID-19,covid 19 updates,GTA,Toronto,Canada,smg_canada,smg2_news, but a press release from that month that already warned against self-medicating had to quickly be tweaked to stop certain individuals from cherrypicking evidence to support their agendasCanada,United States,U.S.,America,COVID-19,coronavirus,pandemic,Trump,vaccines,ITC1,KMI2,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar.

The press release now includes notes like: “Do NOT self-medicate with Ivermectin and do NOT use Ivermectin intended for animals”, and “[t]he potential use of Ivermectin to combat COVID-19 remains unproven”The Toronto Community Housing building..

A press release for Dr Kylie Wagstaff’s research into Ivermectin had to be tweaked after anti-vaxxers misinterpreted it. Photo: Supplied

Neverthelessin November, federal MPs Craig Kelly and George Christensen have been name dropping Dr Wagstaff and her research in Parliament more than a year laterorganizers o.

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