The Indianapolis Star reports:
A woman is suing Ascension St. Vincent hospital because doctors are refusing to administer a controversial COVID-19 treatment to her dying mother.
Megan Bournique’s mother Kimberly Eliot faces “very little chance of survival” as she struggles with the virus in the hospital’s intensive care unit, according to the lawsuit. Bournique wants doctors there to give her mom ivermectin, an anti-parasite medication the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has advised the public not to use as a treatment for COVID-19.
The emergency lawsuit asks a judge to intervene and order the Indianapolis hospital to respect a prescription for ivermectin issued to Eliot by a physician assistant named Maria Carson, according to the lawsuit.
Read the full article. Bournique is represented by a lawyer who recently won similar suits against hospitals in New York and Ohio. The hearing is set for this Tuesday.
Sure you can read this @indystar story for the news value, or you can enjoy it solely because they used one of my ivermectin photos that accompanied my earlier ivermectin story. (It’s down in the story, a shot of a warning sign at Tractor Supply.) https://t.co/ZCltXfF55f
— Keith Roysdon (@keithroysdon) October 1, 2021