The FDA has been compromised.
Particularly on the subject of monoclonal antibodies the agency has been hard at work either suppressing treatments, or authorizing the use of the wrong kinds…
Dr. Ron Elfenbein recently made headlines by blasting the regime and bureaucratic authorities for preventing this potentially life saving treatment from having the impact that it should.
Florida has also accused the federal government of suppressing this particular treatment as well…
Here’s more on the story:
Dr. Ron Elfenbein, medical dir and CEO of FirstCall Medical Center: "The fact that these people are so adamant that they're right when they're using faulty data and … statistical modeling that has never been correct,throughout this entire pandemic, … is just beyond the pale"
— theusualfodder (@theusualfodder) December 30, 2021
Maryland doctor says people are 'going to die' after Biden admin uses faulty data to snub antibody treatments
— John D. Elmstedt Jr. (@Johnnystill1) December 30, 2021
Fox News provided more insight:
When the federal government stopped the allocation of Regeneron and Eli Lilly’s drugs last week, the Maryland Department of Health sent a letter to doctors throughout the state that said “sites… have been directed to stop administering these therapeutics.”
“Maryland is experiencing a sharp rise in COVID-19 Omicron variant cases. It is now the most dominant variant in the state,” Maryland’s top health officials wrote to doctors in a Dec. 23 letter, which was obtained by Fox News Digital.
"We were shocked [by] the lack of fanfare [for] monoclonal antibodies…We heard reports that over 80% of the supply was sitting on shelves."@P_McCulloughMD on failures of public health messaging for COVID19 therapeutics, even FDA-approved ones.
— Jan Jekielek (@JanJekielek) December 31, 2021
The New York Post explains:
The federal government’s decision to temporarily pause distribution of critical COVID-19 antibody treatments, in response to significantly overestimated Omicron projections, could be deadly, a furious Maryland doctor warned.
“People are definitely going to die because of this,” Dr. Ron Elfenbein, the medical director and CEO of FirstCall Medical Center in Gambrills, Maryland, told Fox News on Wednesday.