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    Is Ivermectin being used in Japan?


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    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Is Ivermectin being used in Japan?


    Very good, monet. We've been following this guy for more than a year.

    He is very even handed and brings a bit of an international perspective to things.

    Japan approved Ivermectin early on. Everybody can get it there.

    My girlfriend's daughter's doctorate had a bit to do with the genetics he mentions as possibly protecting the Japanese, also. She worked on eyes, and those genetic markers can be found int he eyes.

    Anyway, monet, spread this guy's videos if you will. He is an excellent resource, and nobody can accuse him of being unscientific or biased. He literally walks you through every step of the scientific questions.

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    So can your girlfriend's daughter's "doctorate" also deliver a cure for people with glaucoma or extreme cataracts? Or must we consult with a copy of 1980's Gypsters and Tipsters or some decades-old Wiseguys tournament first?

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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    So can your girlfriend's daughter's "doctorate" also deliver a cure for people with glaucoma or extreme cataracts? Or must we consult with a copy of 1980's Gypsters and Tipsters or some decades-old Wiseguys tournament first?

    Actually, Rob, you'd have to ask her. She had been helping to run clinical trials that addressed some of those issues. If you want to consult her regarding glaucoma drugs, ask the questions you have and I'll pass them along the next time we zoom. Her doctorate is in the process of testing and fast tracking drugs. I don't know the technical term for that doctorate, but I'll inquire and let you know.

    You can even ask the questions here and I'll pass them along.

    If you think I make stuff up to post on vegascasinotalk, you're confusing me with you.

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    Questions? Re-read my post again, comrade. They're right there.

    And, do you make up content? You tell me. Have you ever offered one iota of support for all the items--weird and infrequently, otherwise--that you put into print here?

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    Originally Posted by Rob.Singer View Post
    Questions? Re-read my post again, comrade. They're right there.

    And, do you make up content? You tell me. Have you ever offered one iota of support for all the items--weird and infrequently, otherwise--that you put into print here?
    I invent nothing. You know that.

    If you have a question for the doctor (Ph.D.), pass it along and I'll pass it along. Despite your idiocy, if you have legitimate health questions, I'm bound by my personal code of conduct to assist you. I'll be more than happy to push you off a cliff after I assist you, but I will assist you.

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