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Ryan Cole, MD on Ivermectin and Interferon:  "And Covid [and vaccines] if nothing else, is an inflammatory, clotting disease....And the most important mechanism with ivermectin [generic Stromectol] is the anti-inflammatory one. The virus hijacks a very important molecule in our body called interferon. Whenever you have an infection, especially a viral infection, your body cranks out interferon. Well, this virus says 'hey body [immune system] go to sleep - you don't need interferon'. [In contrast] ivermectin triggers the nucleus of the cells and says 'Crank out the interferon!'...This calms the dangerous cytokines [preventing cytokine storming]." ~

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Ryan N. Cole, MD at, is a surgical pathologist with a degree from the Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University and a board certified Anatomic and Clinical pathologist. His residency and fellowship is from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In 2004 he started Cole Diagnostics, a medical laboratory in Boise, Idaho. Cole Diagnostics processes and reports out approximately 40,000 blood and biopsy patient samples annually. In the last year, the lab has handled over 100,000 COVID testing samples. ~

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