POLL: Should doctors in Washington state be allowed to prescribe ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine?

Should doctors in Washington state be allowed to prescribe ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine?

Should doctors in Washington state be allowed to prescribe ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine?
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  1. Scott Hooper

    I always get a kick out of your polls, because given the wide skew in your readership and reporting, all they prove is that your readership is overwhelmingly members of the FOX party.

    I was thinking… you should convince one of your more progressive friends to start a competing site called ClarkCountyTomorrow, keep the material more liberal, and then you could compare polls across sites 🙂

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  2. Margaret

    Yes, Ivermectin has helped people around the world used to both prevent and treat covid19. Ivermectin has been used for decades world-wide with a good safety profile. However, Pfizer is coming out with a new anti-viral that is much more expensive, and Pfizer has a lot of influence in WA state. Recent Public Health actions to prevent healthcare providers from prescribing ivermectin in WA state insure the new costly Pfizer product won’t lose market share to low cost ivermectin. The losers are WA residents who might prefer the lower cost and longer track record of Ivermectin, if only healthcare providers had more freedom to prescribe it.
    “Bill Gates turned his $55 million vaccine investment in Pfizer’s partner, BioNTech, into over $550 million in just under two years”

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  3. John Smith

    The only reason they are now ‘allowing’ the use of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine is because the Sheep are finally realizing that they have been lied to all along. Just ask Scott Hooper. He is still battling the fallout of his denial and knows the pain all too well.

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      1. Scott Hooper

        Gee, thanks for the bump in popularity!

        I’m curious what you think of my comment. Do you disagree that CCToday’s readership is largely conservative? Do you disagree that a more liberal site would have different poll numbers?

        I don’t see what’s controversial about that, and frankly, I think a sister site is a good idea–for the community, for politics, and for business (whoever runs this site).

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