By News-Register staff • 

Hospital now providing monoclonal antibodies

Willamette Valley Medical Center announced that it is now providing monoclonal antibody treatment for “non-hospitalized patients with a mild or moderate case of COVID-19.”

The hospital said that “Certain patients may also qualify for casirivimab and imdevimab after exposure to a COVID-19 patient based on their risk profile.” It noted that the drugs were developed by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and has received emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration.

The hospital explained that “Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off harmful viruses. They are specifically designed to help block the SARS-CoV-2 virus and prevent the virus from further infecting healthy cells.

Administered intravenously, this innovative treatment is designed to help lessen the severity of COVID-19 in individuals who are COVID-19-positive and are at risk for developing a severe form of the disease.”

However, “Patients must meet specific clinical criteria, including having a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 that is mild or moderate; having underlying health conditions or greater than 65 years of age; and being stable enough not to require hospitalization. Patients will be able to begin receiving the treatment at WVMC beginning Oct. 4. This therapy requires an order from the patient’s provider,” the hospital said.



Still no ivermectin.


Yeah Rotwang, & Vitamin D, Quercetin, Ashma inhalers, or aspirin. It seems to me that all cheap remedies are being suppressed by the higher-up PHARMA groups. I guess they want to make lots of bucks off fancy flu-shots that don't work while we suffer and die. I wonder what's in the RNA messaging? I read that autopsied people have the vaccine RNA found in their Ovaries and other organs. It reminds me of about ten years ago when The United States government sent vaccines to Kenya and two years later all the women who got it in the villages complained that they could not have any more babies. The news did not cover it well. I hope that is not the case with this brand new RNA messenger vaccine technology.


Yupjoe, just curious on where you want to med school and where you currently practice. Do you stay away from hospitals and doctors offices for non Covid illnesses?


Rotwang - "Still no ivermectin."

Do you want some ivermectin? I have a case of it in my barn. Every six months I squirt the proper amount in the mouths of my four quarter horses. You'll love it as much as my horses's apple flavored! The dosage will not work because it doesn't go much below 250#. Do you know why? Because overdosing a young horse with ivermectin can kill them.

M. Isaac

yupjoe is a farmer located outside the city of Yamhill. I would be cautious about taking any medical advice from him.

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