Dr. Bret Weinstein and Dr. Heather Heying discuss how to eradicate Covid, protect people from infection and even SAFELY cure it!
In this 87th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens.
In this episode, we discuss why SARS-CoV2 must be driven to extinction, why the currently available vaccines are unlikely to be able to do so, and why we therefore need additional tools in our toolkit. We address and rebut the recent Quillette article, which contained copious journalistic and scientific errors, and excluded evidence relevant to the questions under discussion. A written response will be published soon as well. Finally, we share an excerpt from A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century, chapter 4 (Medicine).
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Mentioned in this episode:
Berlinski and Deigin, published July 6, 2021 in Quillette: Looking for COVID-19 ‘Miracle Drugs’? We Already Have Them. They’re Called Vaccines
Goldacre, B., 2014. Bad pharma: how drug companies mislead doctors and harm patients. Macmillan.
Carvallo et al 2020. Study of the efficacy and safety of topical ivermectin+ iota-carrageenan in the prophylaxis against COVID-19 in health personnel. J biomed res clin investig, 2(1).
Bryant, A., Lawrie, T.A., Dowswell, T., Fordham, E.J., Scott, M., Hill, S.R. and Tham, T.C., 2021. Ivermectin for prevention and treatment of COVID-19 infection: a systematic review, meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis to inform clinical guidelines.
Alberta Health Services COVID-19 Scientific Advisory Group Rapid Evidence Report:
The Times of India reports on request of the state of Maharashtra to add ivermectin to its prophylaxis protocol:
El-Nahas, A.F. and El-Ashmawy, I.M., 2008. Effect of ivermectin on male fertility and its interaction with P-glycoprotein inhibitor (verapamil) in rats. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology, 26(2), pp.206-211:
Nicolas, P., Maia, M.F., Bassat, Q., Kobylinski, K.C., Monteiro, W., Rabinovich, N.R., Menéndez, C., Bardají, A. and Chaccour, C., 2020. Safety of oral ivermectin during pregnancy: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The Lancet Global Health, 8(1), pp.e92-e100.
Chandler, R.E., 2018. Serious neurological adverse events after ivermectin—do they occur beyond the indication of onchocerciasis?. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 98(2), p.382.
Ōmura, S. and Crump, A., 2014. Ivermectin: panacea for resource-poor communities?. Trends in parasitology, 30(9), pp.445-455.
McLachlan, S., Osman, M., Dube, K., Chiketero, P., Choi, Y. and Fenton, N., Analysis of COVID-19 vaccine death reports from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) Database.
FDA Briefing Document of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting. December 10, 2020, sponsored by Pfizer and BioNTech
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