Is Fluvoxamine the Covid Drug We’ve Been Waiting For?

Source: Wall Street Journal.

Fluvoxamine appears to be a cheap, safe and effective drug that can save the lives of Covid-19 patients. Since both vaccinated and unvaccinated patients may require therapeutic treatments, government regulators should encourage doctors to include fluvoxamine among their treatment options.

7 thoughts on “Is Fluvoxamine the Covid Drug We’ve Been Waiting For?

  1. IF “appears to be” is good enough?

    Ranitidine was thought to be good enough to prevent GERD, yet it is the likely cause of my
    colo-rectal caner in 2007.

    Until it is properly tested and evaluated to be safe, just hold your horses.

    Funny how the same people that claim the vaccines were developed TOO quickly are the same ones saying every single drug that a pharmaceutical company says COULD be safe and effective have to be distributed IMMEDIATELY.

    And I hope it is. Because ANY new bullets in the gun to fight this illness is OK by me.

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    1. Fluvoxamine has been in use for a long time, we know it to be safe except for pregnant women,

      So, the only question is efficacy which I think is a matter better left to patients with their doctor’s advice.

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      1. There is a comment I could make concerning the statement …”better left to patients with their doctor’s advice.”, but it would be off-topic and only show, once again, the hypocrisy you display regularly.

        That’s good, though. Let’s get to PROVEN efficacy, not just the word of the company producing it.

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        1. ”better left to patients with their doctor’s advice.”

          Sounds like good advice except when dealing with certain places – vaginas, wombs, Mississippi, etc.

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