Florida begrudgingly closes monoclonal antibody treatment sites after FDA withdraws emergency authorization for their use

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10 Responses to Florida begrudgingly closes monoclonal antibody treatment sites after FDA withdraws emergency authorization for their use

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    I wonder why the FDA withdrew emergency authorization………..is it because it didn’t work………or because it did work.?

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    • stella says:

      Seems that it is because it doesn’t work for the Omicron, but it does seem sudden. If it wasn’t doing harm, then what’s the rush?

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    • WeeWeed says:

      I’d lay my $$$$$ on because it DID.


    • resolute says:

      Most likely the authorization was withdrawn for several reasons, all political, non medical. A few of which, in no particular order:
      1) D.C., and by extension the FDA, view DeSantis as Trump v2.0 and so must do anything possible to discredit him.
      2) If by chance the monoclonal treatments show to be effective against Covid this could jeopardize the EUA for the crop of vaccines FDA is pushing.
      3) These antibody treatments are not going to yield the same cash cow profit margins for the D.C. establishment.


  2. pirapoi says:

    So on Monday we have Senator Ron Johnson’s COVID-19 – A Second Opinion Roundtable
    with several bombshell revelations, and Monday evening the FDA revokes monoclonal antibody treatments.
    Just a coincidence I’m sure. I mean surely the CDC/FDA wouldn’t be trying to deflect attention from the roundtable.

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  3. texan59 says:

    I don’t believe this for one single minute. That it doesn’t work. If you read the Kennedy book, you cannot believe one thing the Feds tell us. Not one thing.

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  4. Cjzak says:

    I wonder why the states just cannot get the treatments themselves. Plus, hand out ivermectin and HCQ. Why does the federal govt. get to control that? I’m surprised DeSantis did not have something in mind. Even if those treatments don’t do much for Omicron, why stop them from being used if people want to try them?

    Remdisivir hasn’t worked very well-if at all-and has a poor safety record yet it is still the go to treatment if you are hospitalized with covid. It’s beyond maddening to see our govt. so intent on messing with our personal health choices. They are killing people and they do not care.


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