A 75-year-old New York man died at the hands of COVID-19 when the hospital he was in refused a judge’s order to give him Ivermectin in a last-ditch effort to save his life.
Although Jeremy L. Carter was vaccinated against COVID-19, he still caught the virus at the end of August, a report News10NBC’s Jennifer Lewke revealed.
He became sick enough to be hospitalized at Rochester General Hospital and continued to deteriorate to the point where he was placed on a ventilator.
After consulting with Carter’s primary care doctor, Carter and his daughter Jill Alvarado wanted to try Ivermectin which has proven to be effective in combatting the virus – although the media and corrupt politicians have fought to suppress its effectiveness.
The hospital, however, refused to administer the drug to Carter, even though the family said they would gladly sign away any right to file a malpractice lawsuit.
This forced Alvarado to sue Rochester Regional Health, where Rochester General Hospital falls — and she was successful. Finally, a judge sided with the family and ordered the hospital to administer the care.
Even then, Rochester General Hospital refused. Rochester Regional Health filed an appeal on Saturday, and a hearing was scheduled for Monday, Lewke’s report said.
Carter died on Sunday.
Attorney Ralph Lorigo, who sued Rochester Regional Health on behalf of Carter, told Lewke he’s filed dozens of lawsuits against health systems in western New York alone over the past few months.
“Every case I have is a person in a hospital dying,” he said, “what is the harm if a hospital is done with its protocol?”
Lorigo has already filed three suits against Rochester Regional Health to get them to administer Ivermectin, including Carter’s suit.
“Each of those times we were successful and those people went home. In this situation we sued, we got a court order and the hospital refused to administer the Ivermectin,” the attorney explained.
The media have been caught numerous times running slanderous stories against the life-saving drug in what can only be described as an attempt to further push vaccines.
The Daily Wire noted last month, “the way the media has covered this drug has been a disaster.”
“The latest failure comes from KTSM, which cited a 2011 study from Nigeria that was small and questionable to claim that Ivermectin causes infertility in 85% of men,” the outlet stated. “Less than a day after the original article was published, the outlet retracted the story and added an editor’s note in its place.”
The retraction read:
“FOR THE RECORD: A national story regarding Ivermectin and a study regarding its effect on men’s reproductive health that KTSM published, has been removed from our website.
Concerns over the scientific research methods, the veracity of the original, peer-reviewed report and public statements by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) saying that infertility is not a known side effect of Ivermectin all led to our editorial decision to remove the story.”
Author: Beau Ryder
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