Interview With Dr. Rajter Of Broward County Ivermectin Trial

In this video we get the inside story on why Dr. Rajter tried Ivermectin (one lady rapidly getting worse and her son saying to give it a go) along with relating the clinicsl stories of several bad cases reversed with Ivermectin. First hand accounts from the doctor.

I’ve got a collection of links to technical papers and reports on Ivermectin. If folks want them posted drop a comment and I’ll pull them together.

The bottom line is that it works.

I found his comments on monied interests and peer review (near the end) interesting as well.

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17 Responses to Interview With Dr. Rajter Of Broward County Ivermectin Trial

  1. A C Osborn says:

    I have 4 links for Ivermectin and 1 for Ivermectin + Doxycycline.
    I think I posted them with the database results.

    ps I will add this link to the database as well.

  2. A C Osborn says:

    EM, there is this report on the video back in June

  3. A C Osborn says:

    Interestingly, the first link in my database no longer has a report, it has been removed from the SSRN library.

  4. H.R. says:

    I’m wondering is Ivermectin the cure for the common cold? The common cold is a corona virus.

    Do farmers/ranchers who use Ivermectin on their critters ever get colds?

  5. Nancy & John Hultquist says:

    A dose of Ivermectin for a horse comes in a package such that when given goes into the animal’s mouth. I don’t recall ever touching the paste. It is possible to touch it, and the material does come close to the person’s face. See

  6. H.R. says:

    I was on the Tractor Supply website to check availability of Ivermectin. They had both topical liquid and paste.

    I believe E.M. had mentioned the liquid was what he used and he just rubbed some into the bunny’s skin through the fur. At least that’s how I understood it.

    So I saw the paste for the first time – apple flavored! – but didn’t know how that was going to work out in humans and wasn’t sure how it was used on critters.

    Thanks for the info on the paste, Nancy & John. Now I’ve got some clue :o)

  7. YMMV says:

    That interview with Dr. Rajter is very good!

    To add to that, MedCram Update#96 discusses Ivermectin (again)

    There is a new (additional) angle to how it is thought to work. Ivermectin apparently binds to the spike protein of covid and diverts it from its evil ways. My oversimplification; he explains the technical papers better.

  8. cdquarles says:

    @H. R.
    No, the common cold is *not* a corona virus. The common cold is caused by a *rhinovirus*. Please stop making these kinds of classification errors. Other virus families cause cold-like and/or influenza-like illnesses and coronaviridae is but one of these.

  9. H.R. says:

    @cd – Yah… brain fart. I knew that.

  10. Serioso says:

    I generally avoid any video that is posted by E M Smith that is longer than five minutes — it’s usually a waste of my time. But this one was an exception. A REAL FIND. Thank you.

  11. Another Ian says:

    “Place your trust in science: The current CDC nucleic acid test kits for SARS-CoV-2 generate 30% false-positive and 20% false-negative results in the best state public health laboratory, Dr. Sin Hang Lee reported in a peer-reviewed article published in the International Journal of Geriatrics and Rehabilitation, an online journal based in Japan

    Lots more at the link.”

  12. Jradig says:

    Hi E.M. My 89 year old father in law has been exposed to COVID-19 and recently began showing symptoms of illness.

    His daughter is an R.N. Could you post the links collection mentioned in this article, so I can share them with her? Thanks.

  13. E.M.Smith says:

    Get him a lot of sun, or a few thousand IU of vit-D as a starter. Then a couple of grams vit-C per day. That gives his immune system the nutrition it needs.

    Discuss anything you do with his doctor.

    Some in here for ivermectin too:

    The rest a bit later…

  14. Jradig says:

    Thanks for that E.M. He’s an avid gardener and has a much better tan than me, so I suspect he’s starting with a good Vitamin D base.

  15. E.M.Smith says:

    You are most welcome. You’ve got a lot of reading ahead :-)

    Best of luck to you and yours.

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