I funded the original study, I was featured on 60 Minutes, and have been in touch with the researchers on all the trials that have been done in the US, Brazil, and Croatia.
Thanks for working tirelessly to help others. I’m taking low dosage Fluvoxamine as part of a multi-drug FLCCC protocol to alleviate some mild brain fog.
How about SNRI’s?
I don't care how effective some studies show Fluvoxamine might be, I would never take a psychiatric medication, especially in higher than normally prescribed doses, that can mess with your your neurotransmitters and have serious side effects for some people, for Covid-19--it is irresponsible to say that the effects will go away when stopping the medication. I know some cases with Prozac where they did not go away and people were left with mania. Just because you have no side effects doesn't mean others don't. Likewise with nigella sativa. While it may be fine, people can have adverse reactions to it also as with any herbal supplements or drug, and this is one which seems to be particularly variable in quality and effect. When trying a new supplement I evaluate it for at least a couple weeks before I know whether I will have obvious effects or side effects. I generally end up not continuing about four out of five new things I try. I do take many supplements selected over decades, including vitamin D3 10,000 units a day (even so, my levels never rise much about the high 30s, even when I tried 15,000 units a day for a week before a blood test), NAC (I've been taking 600 mg a day for over 30 years), EMIQ quercetin, resveratrol, R-lipoic acid, selenium, zinc, ginkgo biloba, B-complex, pyridoxal 5'-phosphate, Ubiquinol CoQ10, several vitamin K supplements, calcium ascorbate, magnesium, multi-mineral supplement, methylcobalamin, L-methylfolate, and several other things, including a full aspirin maybe twice a week. And I have a supply of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin on hand, which I never tried so I don't know how I would react, but these drugs have have been used by hundreds of millions or billions of people safely, so I assume the short term use would be okay.
It’s beginning to look a lot like genocide… This is what full regulatory capture looks like. Watch!
By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
December 22, 2021 https://www.lewrockwell.com/political-theatre/its-beginning-to-look-a-lot-like-genocide/
Dr. Peter McCullough cites that they have yet to find a single case of hospitalized covid patient that has Vitamin D blood levels at 60% recommended or above. That should be national news, and trigger care packages of 10kIU vitamin D regiments to all Americans (about $2/person).
It wasn’t a wasted effort, even though it may seem like it. I for one (amongst many) am eternally grateful for all your efforts in spreading truth. Without your devotion to this cause, many people wouldn’t hear the truth. Your voice on the FDA approval of ‘vaccines’ shocked and amazed me, I was like “YES, there’s hope!” ; the word WILL get out. You are my truth-telling hero- the things you have uncovered!…thank you, and please keep it up, I so look forward to your newsletters.
is fluvoxamin an anti depressant ? how does it work for neutralising a virus ?I can understand Ivermectin an antiparasitic or HCQ , and if needed combined with Azithromycin .
If it is an antidepressant, it would be very difficult to get a prescription, in some countries like Greece only a psychiatrist can give it
Most SSRIs are fluoride-based.
Celexa ‣ citalopram
Lexapro ‣ escitalopram oxalate
Luvox ‣ fluvoxamine maleate
Paxil ‣ paroxetine
Prozac ‣ fluoxetine
Steve - Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins has been promoting Fluvoxamine/Fluoxetine - seems genuinely puzzled why "they" are not interested. I sent him this on twitter in response to a recent post. I wonder if you'd be able to reach him for discussion? This is his retweet from another doctor: https://twitter.com/StevePhillipsMD/status/1466835400987754506
Steve, we need a 100 men and women like you to take over FDA, CDC, NIH, and NIAID.
Then you can hire Zev Zelenko, Peter McCullough, and Simone Gold to overhaul Medicine, and Bobby Kennedy Jr. and friends to strip Pharma, Fouci, Gates, and the rest of the criminals of the profits from their war against humanity.
One note on "Croatian" study mentioned above - Calusic et al.:
They report lower "mortality" in patients treated with fluvoxamine. In fact, the study looked at ICU survival time as the endpoint.
This is pretty new to me. I wonder if anyone's noticed that people on Luvox never catch a cold?
Since this is an SSRI shouldn't there be a cautionary note regarding the use of cold meds that one might take to quell associated flu type symptoms?
Thank u Steve, good, practical summary about fluvoxamine.
I've been contemplating something. Most of us don't get that sick from COVID-19. Further, those of us that are actually informed on the travesty of medicine and public health over the past year have ZERO interest in working with doctors, or even trying to find ones that will work with us to get us the appropriate medications for early treatment.
All this to say, it means many of us just go through COVID without these extra treatments because, while healthy, we could never face the frustration of dealing with the push-back of trying to get everything ordered through online docs.
FWIW. Of course I understand that high-risk populations might be motivated to be more proactive in getting their prescriptions on hand just in case.