while many linked to comments from cardiologist Peter McCullough, who has touted ivermectin as a cure for COVID-19 despite multiple studies showing no evidence that it works.
There’s excellent evidence that ivermectin works, yea even on Covid. It’s just that you need to have worms as well. Ivermectin cures the worms which gives you a better chance against Covid.
Some of the early evidence of a direct effect was just getting the “needs to have worms” bit left out as a result of tests from poor places where worms are common.
There is evidence, very good evidence, that ivermectin works and the claim that there isn’t is a falsehood. A dangerous one too for a lot of people in poor places would benefit greatly from being so dosed.
Having said all of which:
“I watched the play live both as a fan and a cardiologist and I saw blunt neck and chest trauma, a brief recovery after the tackle and then a classic cardiac arrest,” McCullough said. “I have communicated to one of the most experienced trainers in the world and we agree that it was a cardiac arrest in the setting of a big surge of adrenalin. If Damar Hamlin indeed took one of the COVID-19 vaccines, then subclinical vaccine-induced myocarditis must be considered in the differential diagnosis.”
Sounds damn reasonable to me.