AMA does not specify any recommended early treatments, but simply urges face masks, distancing, and vaccination.
Our members would appreciate clarification of the AMA’s stand on the following questions:
1) What are the criteria for advocating that pharmacists override the judgment of fully qualified physicians who are responsible for individual patients?
2) What are the criteria for forbidding off-label use of long-approved drugs, which constitute at least 20 percent of all prescriptions?
3) On what basis does AMA demand use only within a clinical trial for ivermectin, but call for virtually universal vaccination outside of controlled trials, despite FDA warnings of potential cardiac damage in healthy young patients, and no information about long-term effects?link
Preventing early treatment with safe drugs known to work against covid is a crime against humanity. It’s not even a soft crime of a bunch of dumb bureaucrats never knowing what to do. This is a conscious well-considered directive from the AMA. I do not see any difference between this and an order to kill. ABN