Doctor at the Center of Ivermectin Lawsuit in FTW has Resigned

Dr. Mary Talley Bowden

Texas (WBAP/KLIF) – A doctor linked to a an ivermectin lawsuit in Fort Worth has resigned just days after being suspended from a HOuston hospital.

Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, an Ear, Nose & Throat doctor in private practice, had privileges at Houston Methodist was suspended Friday for spreading “harmful information about covid-18 and vaccines,” according to the hospital.

Bowden said in an interview with a Houston radio station that the hospital is quote,”using me to show what’s going to happen to doctors who speak out.”

A family in Fort Worth wants Bowden to treat a COVID-infected loved one with ivermectin, and had sued texas health huguley hospital over the issue.

Bowden tweeted about the issued on Tuesday:

Also see: People Hospitalized After Taking Animal Drug Ivermectin for COVID

The FDA has warned against the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19

According to FDA:

People Hospitalized After Taking Animal Drug Ivermectin for COVID

When Can Taking Ivermectin Be Unsafe?

The FDA has not authorized or approved ivermectin for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19 in people or animals. Ivermectin has not been shown to be safe or effective for these indications.

There’s a lot of misinformation around, and you may have heard that it’s okay to take large doses of ivermectin. It is not okay.

Ivermectin Products for Animals Are Different from Ivermectin Products for People

For one thing, animal drugs are often highly concentrated because they are used for large animals like horses and cows, which weigh a lot more than we do—a ton or more. Such high doses can be highly toxic in humans. Moreover, the FDA reviews drugs not just for safety and effectiveness of the active ingredients, but also for the inactive ingredients. Many inactive ingredients found in products for animals aren’t evaluated for use in people. Or they are included in much greater quantity than those used in people. In some cases, we don’t know how those inactive ingredients will affect how ivermectin is absorbed in the human body.

(Copyright 2021 WBAP/KLIF 24/7 News. This report contains material from the Dallas Morning News.)

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