Illinois family credits Ivermectin with saving life of father hospitalized with COVID-19 By FOX 32 News
GNN Note – You won’t see this smeared across legacy media like you would if it were someone that died after taking Ivermectin. If that happened it would be on a 24/7 loop for the month of December. One of the most important questions we should all be asking ourselves is why is any and all discussion surrounding treatments, therapeutics or any alternative to a vaccine not allowed nor discussed at any level of the media? If it is discussed, it is limited and the legacy media attacks it a guard dog – see Joe Rogan, President Trump. / END
An Illinois family whose loved one was hospitalized with COVID-19 and put on a ventilator says he's now home and doing well after a judge had to order a Naperville hospital to treat him with Ivermectin. https://t.co/VklGelG9tu
— Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) December 1, 2021
Local family wins legal battle to have Ivermectin administered to ailing grandfather
Attorney Kristin Erickson talks about a family’s battle to get a Naperville hospital to administer Ivermectin to their ailing grandfather.
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.
On Nov. 8, the family won a legal battle to gain approval to administer the controversial drug to 71-year-old Sun Ng, who had been on a ventilator since October 19.
His daughter, Dr. Man Kwan Ng, was desperate. She wanted the hospital to try Ivermectin, but they refused based on various national medical guidelines, which suggest the drug is ineffective.
“Mr. Ng is 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.
A DuPage County judge ruled in the family’s favor ordering the hospital to allow Dr. Alan Bain to administer the drug. But the hospital initially refused because Dr. Bain is not vaccinated.