What Happens When Your Prescription Drug Becomes the Center of Covid Misinformation (technologyreview.com)

September 9, 2021

Ivermectin has been falsely promoted as a covid treatment—but for those who use the drug legitimately, seeing it become a piece of anti-vaccine misinformation is disconcerting.

Adam Friedman, MD, a professor and chair of dermatology at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, comments on how the recent misinformation has forced him to change his strategy when discussing and prescribing the medication to patients for legitimate uses.

Read the full article at technologyreview.com.

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