Prophylaxis

There are many treatment or preventive safe drugs used in combination as shared by various medical professionals for their patients with proven positive effects. These include Ivermectin, Vitamin D, Hydroxychloroquine, Povidone-iodine, Zinc etc.  

A summary of 668 COVID-19 early treatment studies is listed here but not all treatments are covered and effectiveness has been reported for many other treatments in studies. One thing worth taking note is that these established drugs are low-cost and have been around for years and thus the profitability factor for drug manufacturers is weak.   

To push for vaccines as the only solution is quite contradictory to evidence-based medicine, which is the integration of 3 elements of patient value, clinical expertise and scientific evidence. Patient value would include personal choice of treatment or the right to uphold their natural immunity. 

Ivermectin for COVID-19: real-time analysis of all 93 studies (c19ivermectin.com)

The resources here are by no means exhaustive. Do consider perspectives of other practitioners using them as part of your research journey and form your own conclusion.

Disclaimer: We are not in the position to recommend the use of Ivermectin or any prophylaxis. The information here is freely available on Internet. Until such time as allowed by MOH, kindly consult your doctors and do not self treat. Note all prescription drugs need to be prescribed by doctors.

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