Studies show Aspirin lowers risk of COVID
In this October 6, 2021 article, The Jerusalem Post report on the findings of the research conducted at the George Washington University. According to the study, “over-the-counter aspirin could protect the lungs of COVID-19 patients and minimize the need for mechanical ventilation”.
A second trial conducted at the Barzilai Medical Center in Israel found the same results. Aside from its effect on blood clots, “aspirin carried immunological benefits and that the group taking it was 29% less likely to become infected with the virus in the first place.”
The researchers, however, offered a word of caution: “Aspirin, while having a substantial effect on reducing blood clots, can also cause bleeding disorders and stomach ulcers and has harmful side effects on patients to whom the treatment is not indicated. Be advised that new treatments should never be started without consulting a healthcare provider”.
Editor’s Note: We add this article on this website to show people that if the government was truly looking after our health care systems, they would already have tried to investigate the use of cheap, affordable, and accessible drugs for COVID. Instead, they have focused on experimental products like vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, Remdesevir, and molnupiravir, among others [see New study: WHO data shows Remdesevir causes serious bradycardia among COVID-19 patients, WHO advises against use of remdesevir for COVID patients, WHO recommends inaccessible and unaffordable drugs for COVID treatment. Also look at Hydroxychloroquine can dramatically ease the COVID-19 crisis, India’s Uttar Pradesh moving towards being covid-free, Ivermectin central to virus control and other under the category Treatments For COVID-19].
Where are the studies that look into repurposed drugs?
If COVID was truly as deadly as they want us to believe, why are our governments not doing everything it can to find medicines that can be distributed widely to as many people as possible? Why are governments ignoring drugs and alternative treatments that have established history of safety?
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