Nebraska AG Allows Ivermectin and HCQ Prescriptions as Off-Label Medicines to Fight COVID

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(Worthy News) – Nebraska’s attorney general has said he will not discipline or prosecute physicians who prescribe controversial, off-label drugs in order to treat and prevent COVID-19 infections if they have patient consent.

KETV reported Attorney General Doug Peterson issued his 48-page opinion Friday after receiving a question from Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services CEO Dannette Smith. She asked if doctors could face discipline or legal action under Nebraska’s Uniform Credential Act (UCA) if they prescribed medications like Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine to fight COVID-19 in their patients.

“After receiving your question and conducting our investigation, we have found significant controversy and suspect information about potential COVID-19 treatment,” Peterson wrote. He also cited numerous medical journals’ articles and case studies. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]

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