There’s a suggestion put now on Right’s mainstream media that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) would automatically be repealed by law if the drug used to fight parasite-borne disease, ivermectin, were proven to be effective and safe.
After COVID-19 emerged on U.S shores, providers began reviewing the emerging basic science, translational, and clinical data to identify potentially effective treatment options. In addition, a multitude of both novel and repurposed therapeutic agents were used empirically and studied within clinical trials.
With the ANC having declared itself in favour of a provision for the custodianship of ‘certain’ land as part of its preferred formulation for the constitutional amendment, it is important not to lose sight of a critical fundamental: land may be the immediate target of these measures, but it will not be the only one.
In his snide critique of the IRR and other opponents of the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination (Pepuda) Amendment Bill (the Bill), Professor Pierre de Vos of the University of Cape Town Law Faculty indicates that all inequalities in South Africa are the result of ‘structural or systemic barriers’ resulting from the ‘power hierarchy’.
This is a brief summary of the analysis of all significant studies concerning the use of ivermectin for COVID-19.
Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic medicine whose discovery won the Nobel Prize in 2015, has proven, highly potent, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties in laboratory studies.
The President’s latest announcement to the nation in reality revealed this government’s incompetence, lack of accountability and the continued sacrificing of certain sectors of the economy because of this government’s wholesale disastrous vaccine roll-out plan.