So I am posting this because perhaps there is someone in Canada who can support Mallory to get Ivermectin, if there is, I would gladly pay for it myself... but also, I feel she sure could do with an abundance of prayers and support. Maybe others who read this could share her story if they feel that is appropriate.
It is available in bulk from Made-in-China. One kg is around $190 in powder form.
The other is a Canadian Pharmacy as Stromectol. $180 for around 360 pills but can order larger packs. Much dearer.
Hope it helps.
Forest quoted:

Can't understand why she still cannot get Ivermectin in Alberta. She said in the Inquiry that at post injury, the hospital sent her home with a prescription for unlimited EpiPen's. That must have not been so unlimited as she has used up her pension and much of her parents retirement savings. My God, and she is not backed up by suite for damages against the weasel culprits. Moreover, the immunologists suggested she get a second jab and they let her GP know. Worse, she is being gaslighted by specialists who say she is addicted to what she takes, and are not around when she has episodes and never complete assessments. However, nurses were there to see and document it all - yet that is not what counts.

There is the family court issues, who ensure nothing can be said about her heath - to isolate the whole business. Her poor children see, it is so damn sad.

Her admitting (if understood) medical reports vanished from the system.

There was an article just the other day; sorry can't recall where it was read, that details Canada as being one of the worst countries in the world report adverse vaccines reactions and death. At all cost, no one in media can breath a word and the public is kept blind and dumb (how many are exposed to the NCI, for instance) - they are not allowed to see from the main press. It stands to reason though, as this was the modus for years, and if looking around one can easily see it being maintained - the media locked down under government contracts that stipulate what they can and can't say, so they can receive their blood money and box people in by carefully constructed lies and omissions. Then their is the abject public apathy.

Unfortunately, Mallory is one of so many that have little to no accounting being told.
Thanks for offering that info Voyager, you clearly watched the link, I was trying not to overwhelm people with a gigantic message.

I found it absolutely horrifying hearing about her situation, and yes it is clear her family have had to deal with massive costs just trying to help Mallory on the most basic level. It's utterly sickening to see what they are enduring collectively, but particularly the acute suffering of Mallory. Two years of living like she has been, wow... I don't know if I could be as strong as she is.
Hi Stellar, thank you so much for your response.🥰
I looked at the made in china site - every item states it is 'veterinary products'.
Is this ok for humans? I don't know much about Ivermectin and have not used it myself.
I am guessing it is likely essential to advertise as 'veterinary' products so they can legally sell it?

As Mallory is allergic to so many things I am very concerned about other ingredients in it / making her situation worse and don't know how to verify exactly what is in it - ie fillers etc.
Hi Stellar, thank you so much for your response.🥰
I looked at the made in china site - every item states it is 'veterinary products'.
Is this ok for humans? I don't know much about Ivermectin and have not used it myself.
I am guessing it is likely essential to advertise as 'veterinary' products so they can legally sell it?

As Mallory is allergic to so many things I am very concerned about other ingredients in it / making her situation worse and don't know how to verify exactly what is in it - ie fillers etc.
They send them as 'supplement' to avoid problems. The product is pure. I have purchased from both suppliers. They do the same.
This article pretty much sums up all of the lockdown harms that have been mentioned in this thread.

‘Legacy of harm’: Study details ‘wide-ranging collateral damage’ of Covid lockdowns

Lockdowns likely caused “more harm than benefit” with “wide-ranging damage” that will be felt for years to come, a grim new study has found.
Pandemic lockdowns likely caused “more harm than benefit” with “substantial and wide-ranging collateral damage” that will be felt for years to come, including millions of non-Covid excess deaths, a rise in child abuse and domestic violence, and trillions of dollars in economic losses, according to new research.
Dr Kevin Bardosh, an applied medical anthropologist from the University of Washington, conducted a “comprehensive” review of more than 600 research publications to evaluate the “global state of knowledge” on the adverse social impacts caused by lockdowns and other non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs).

“It looks like many original predictions of adverse effects are broadly supported by research data,” Australian National University infectious disease expert Professor Peter Collignon wrote on Twitter in response to Dr Bardosh’s paper.
In a thread summarising his findings, Dr Bardosh noted that Covid was the “most disruptive global crisis since WWII and the use of NPIs, including lockdown, the most consequential set of policies in modern public health history”.

“Early on, many voiced concern that NPIs would cause widespread social harm, especially for vulnerable [and] poorer people,” he said. “Now, a few years in future, we can evaluate concerns with wisdom of hindsight and based on a lot of research evidence.”

The preprint paper, which was funded by UK charity Collateral Global, found that “the collateral damage of the pandemic response was substantial, wide-ranging and will leave behind a legacy of harm for hundreds of millions of people in the years ahead”.
Previously anticipated negative effects now borne out in the scientific literature include “a rise in non-Covid excess mortality, mental health deterioration, child abuse and domestic violence, widening global inequality, food insecurity, lost educational opportunities, unhealthy lifestyle behaviours, social polarisation, soaring debt, democratic backsliding and declining human rights”.

“Young people, individuals and countries with lower socio-economic status, women and those with pre-existing vulnerabilities were hit hardest,” the paper said.

“Societal harms should challenge the dominant mental model of the pandemic response — it is likely that many Covid policies caused more harm than benefit, although further research is needed to address knowledge gaps and explore policy trade-offs, especially at a country level.”
The research concluded that “planning and response for future global health emergencies must integrate a wider range of expertise to account for and mitigate societal harms associated with government intervention”.

Starting in March and April 2020, national lockdowns were imposed in around 150 countries.

Over the next two years, governments adopted various containment measures such as school and workplace closures, gathering size limits and travel restrictions, economic stimulus including income support, and health policies such as mandatory masks, testing and vaccination.

Some of these policies remained in place as late as 2022 and even 2023.

“A vigorous and consequential public and scientific debate has continued about these disease control policies,” the paper said.

“There is a general tendency for the public health community to be overly optimistic about the benefits of their interventions and underplay or ignore their harm.”
The paper noted that “not all social effects were negative for all people”, citing increased time spent with family and some recovery of natural ecosystems, but that its goal was “not to conduct a systematic cost-benefit analysis or to weigh different positives and negatives”.

“Rather it was to review the research data on adverse consequences,” it said.

The paper analysed societal harms across 10 categories — health, economy, income, education, food security, lifestyle, relationships, community, environment and governance.

High-level findings include “14-18 million excess deaths, of which 5-6 million are reported Covid deaths”, “tens of millions of new mental health disorders, especially among young people”, “long-term economic and business damage, including soaring government and private debt”, and “$US6 trillion in lost income for workers worldwide”, Dr Bardosh said.
Studies from North America suggested mortality increases were “mainly found from hypertension and heart disease, diabetes, drug overdoses, homicide, Alzheimer’s, and motor vehicle fatalities”.

“Excess non-Covid mortality is predicted to remain elevated in the years ahead for many conditions, including anticipated increases in cardiovascular disease and cancer,” the paper said.

It noted pandemic rules contributed to a rise in stigma, “partially driven by media narratives, heightened fear and social conformity” to the rules.

“Studies on media representations from Canada and the UK found a strong moralisation discourse that blamed and shamed specific groups (e.g. Asians, young people, nonconforming individuals) and divided the population into — ‘the virtuous’ rule followers (considered selfless and smart) and the deviants (e.g. Covidiots; immoral, stupid and selfish), who questioned or criticised the NPI rules and/or did not respect the rules,” it said.
The pandemic increased public consumption of media “while also challenging journalistic standards and exacerbating threats to media freedom”, according to the paper.

“Studies show an increase in global news consumption in 2020, mainly for TV news (including live briefings), social media and internet news,” it said.

“Increases in media use were associated with a decline in mental health. Studies generally show that political sources dominated the crisis reporting, revealing the central influence of the state and biomedical experts in constructing pandemic news, with some indication that critical scrutiny of policy decisions were minimal.”

The paper concluded that there were “many lessons” to be learned from the Covid pandemic.

The data on harms should promote a greater awareness about the complexity of large-scale policy experiments in social distancing and government management of social life,” it said.

“This should support a higher level of healthy scepticism about simplistic narratives and technocratic governance that aim for unrealistic goals presented to the public as urgent moral imperatives.”

Earlier this month, the World Health Organisation (WHO) officially downgraded the Covid pandemic, saying it no longer qualified as a global health emergency.
I am not sure if those videos have been published, but here they are. I watched already the first one [but not the second one) (3 + 4.5 hours) containing numerous experts, each one talking for about 10-15 minutes, very concentrated presenting the findings and conclusions in their respective field. Three of the speakers were extremely powerful (part 1 video), such as Dr David Martin was simply stunningly brilliant
I haven't had a chance to watch the other videos. And yes, what Dr. David Martin said is just like you said stunningly brilliant. Here is just his part.

Hi Stellar, thank you so much for your response.🥰
I looked at the made in china site - every item states it is 'veterinary products'.
Is this ok for humans? I don't know much about Ivermectin and have not used it myself.
I am guessing it is likely essential to advertise as 'veterinary' products so they can legally sell it?

As Mallory is allergic to so many things I am very concerned about other ingredients in it / making her situation worse and don't know how to verify exactly what is in it - ie fillers etc.

FYI, last time I tried to order ivermectin from China to Canada, it didn't make it past customs. The Chinese supplier tried to disguise it, but it didn't work. This was when the psyop was still going, and I am unsure if that policy has changed since things have died down. I haven't tried recently.
Now this makes me think about the response to this COVID, and why smokers, it has been documentated, have significant better health outcomes than non smokers. I am reminded of this from Wikki, yes I know but that is all I have for now.

Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, or nAChRs, are receptor polypeptides that respond to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Nicotinic receptors also respond to drugs such as the agonist nicotine. They are found in the central and peripheral nervous system, muscle, and many other tissues of many organisms. At the neuromuscular junction they are the primary receptor in muscle for motor nerve-muscle communication that controls muscle contraction. In the peripheral nervous system: (1) they transmit outgoing signals from the presynaptic to the postsynaptic cells within the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, and (2) they are the receptors found on skeletal muscle that receive acetylcholine released to signal for muscular contraction. In the immune system, nAChRs regulate inflammatory processes and signal through distinct intracellular pathways.

They knew in advance and that's why the had been applying more restrictions to tobacco.

SARS-CoV-2 spike ectodomain targets α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors

The SARS-CoV-2 glycoprotein contains a neurotoxin-like region that has sequence similarities to the rabies virus and the HIV glycoproteins, as well as to snake neurotoxins, which interact with nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR) subtypes via this region. Using a peptide of the neurotoxin-like region of SARS-CoV-2 (SARS-CoV-2 glycoprotein peptide [SCoV2P]), we identified that this area moderately inhibits α3β2, α3β4, and α4β2 subtypes, while potentiating and inhibiting α7 nAChRs. These nAChR subtypes are found in target tissues including the nose, lung, central nervous system, and immune cells. Importantly, SCoV2P potentiates and inhibits ACh-induced α7 nAChR responses by an allosteric mechanism, with nicotine enhancing these effects. Live-cell confocal microscopy was used to confirm that SCoV2P interacts with α7 nAChRs in transfected neuronal-like N2a and human embryonic kidney 293 cells. The SARS-CoV-2 ectodomain functionally potentiates and inhibits the α7 subtype with nanomolar potency. Our functional findings identify that the α7 nAChR is a target for the SARS-CoV-2 glycoprotein, providing a new aspect to our understanding of SARS-CoV-2 and host cell interactions, in addition to disease pathogenesis.
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