HORRIFYING: Family Loses Court Battle to Give Dying Father Ivermectin

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Despite being baselessly discredited and mocked by the media, ivermectin has become one of the best ways to mitigate COVID-19 symptoms around the world. Touted by figures like Joe Rogan, MVP Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and renowned doctor Robert Malone, the drug has saved lives in America and kept many from getting severely ill.

But unfortunately, liberal governments at the municipal, state, and federal levels have all worked to fight its use against the virus. We previously reported on a 71-year-old man in Chicago who was saved at the last minute by ivermectin after fighting for his life in the ICU and in court.

After a long court battle, he was allowed to receive ivermectin treatment and rapidly improved. But unfortunately, the story we are reporting on today is not as positive, despite even the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation endorsing its use.

The Epoch Times reports:

A Florida family fighting to give their loved one on a ventilator alternative treatments for COVID-19 have lost another battle—this time in Florida’s First District Court of Appeal.

The wife and son of Daniel Pisano first squared off against Mayo Clinic Florida at an emergency hearing on Dec. 30 in Florida’s Fourth Judicial Circuit. Before that, they’d been begging the hospital to allow them to try treating Pisano—who’s been on a ventilator now for 28 days—with the controversial drug ivermectin, along with a mix of other drugs and supplements, part of a protocol recommended by the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC).

The family’s request for an emergency injunction to force the Mayo Clinic to allow treatments recommended by an outside doctor was denied by Judge Marianne Aho. They appealed the decision.

On Jan. 14, Aho’s decision was upheld by Florida’s First District Court of Appeal. The three-judge panel deciding the case included Judge Thomas “Bo” Winokur, appointed by then-Gov. Rick Scott in 2015; Judge M. Kemmerly Thomas, appointed in 2016 by Scott; and Judge Robert E. Long, Jr., appointed in 2020, by Gov. Ron DeSantis.

“An opinion of this Court explaining its reasoning will follow,” the judges stated in the order they issued.

Unfortunately, even judges appointed by conservatives are not following the science clearly supporting ivermectin’s case as a life-saver. Attached below is the full story of the elderly Chicago man mentioned above, who was saved by the drug. Scroll to read.

SCROLL TO READ: FOX32: Ivermectin Saves 71-Year-Old’s Life After WEEKS On Ventilator

NAPERVILLE, Ill. – An Illinois family whose loved one was “desperately ill” and hospitalized earlier this month with COVID-19 says he’s now home and doing well after a judge had to order a Naperville hospital to treat him with Ivermectin.FOX32

71-year-old Sun Ng came to Chicago from Hong Kong to visit the family of his daughter this fall. Soon after, he contracted COVID and ended up on a ventilator just days later at Edward Hospital in Naperville, just outside of Chicago.

His daughter, a doctor named Man Kwan Ng, wanted to try anything possible to save Sun, as things were looking extremely desperate for Ng, and it was only a matter of time until he would succumb. So, Dr. Man Kwan Ng petitioned the hospital to allow her father to receive ivermectin as treatment. Unfortunately, due to ridiculous national medical guidelines, the hospital initially refused her.

But on November 8th, with time running out, the family won a court battle that forced approval for the life-saving drug to be administered to Sun Ng. He had been ventilated for over two weeks by the time help arrived in the form of ivermectin. Amazingly, Ng is now recovering to full health at home with his family.

The amazing story, a testament to ivermectin’s life-saving potential, was reported by FOX 32:

“Mr. Ng was as good as dead in the picture, which was taken on November 4. And at that point the hospital still wouldn’t give the Ivermectin,” said family attorney Kirstin Erickson.

After further legal wrangling and the doctor presenting a negative COVID test, the treatment — a series of 15 daily shots — began in the evening of Nov. 8.

The Ng’s attorney claimed Sun showed signs of improvement almost immediately.


“And today he passed a breathing test that he hadn’t been able to pass in the last three weeks. And he looked more alert and aware. So I would say that the first dose of Ivermectin is actually working and is effective,” Erickson said.
Ivermectin was given to Sun Ng from Nov. 8 through Nov. 12, the family said. He was then released from the hospital on Nov. 27.

Sun Ng’s family says he’s now at home, having fully recovered.

“My father’s recovery is amazing,” Dr. Man Kwan Ng said in a statement. “My father is a tough man. He was working so hard to survive, and of course, with God’s holding hands. He weaned off oxygen about three days after moving out of the ICU. He started oral feeding before hospital discharge. He returned home without carrying a bottle of oxygen and a feeding tube installed to his stomach. He can now stand with a walker at the bedside and practice stepping. After being sedated for a month on a ventilator in ICU, his performance is beyond our expectations. Praise the Lord.”

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