From Near Death in a Hospital to Happy at Home, a Father Is Saved by His Daughter and Ivermectin, by Mary Beth Pfeiffer

Stay away from hospitals, they’ll kill you. Ivermectin, on the other, may save your life. From Mary Beth Pfeiffer at rescue.substack.com:

Sun Ng’s daughter had to sue an Illinois hospital to allow a doctor to give her father the safe, FDA-approved drug that saved his life.

Sun Ng, saved from death in a hospital by a wise judge, a doctor, a lawyer, and several doses of ivermectin, back home in his daughter’s Illinois home.

Trista Ng asked officials at Edward Hospital again and again. Give my father ivermectin for covid.

“Numerous times” the Naperville, Illinois, hospital told her no, she said. No to an FDA-approved drug. No to her offer to release the hospital of “any liability.”

“The doctors and administration refused,” she wrote in a plea to DuPage County Circuit Court Judge Paul Fullerton, who on November 5 answered with a simple yes, telling hospital administrators, “Step aside.”

Last Saturday, nineteen days after his first of five court-ordered ivermectin doses, Sun Ng, seventy-one, came home: To a joyful wife of forty years, Ying. To a year-old granddaughter, Kaylie. To a son-in-law, Hayden, and a daughter who asked only—after the hospital’s menu of Covid care had failed—to give her father “a fighting chance.”

“My dad is home today,” Trista Ng texted me after her father’s discharge, with a photo of Sun Ng, a retired contractor from Hong Kong who is staying with his daughter, waving tentatively for the camera. This was an elderly man who two weeks before, and five days into his ivermectin treatment, awoke from a medically induced coma and pulled out his endotracheal tube; a man who at that point was confused, weak, and unable to swallow, speak, or walk. He may have a long rehabilitation ahead, but the worst appears to be over.


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