Tess Lawrie

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(Doctor, researcher)
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Alma materUniversity of the Witwatersrand
Advocate of Ivermectin.

Doctor Tess Lawrie is an advocate of using Ivermectin to treat COVID 19.[1] She was interviewed by Oracle Films.[2]


Lawrie runs the company Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy since 2013, which work for the World Health Organization as external consultants and also for other organizations to provide evidence to help them make decisions on whether to recommend a medicine or not.[3]

In 2020, she decided to speak out in protest against the current medical establishment at considerable personal and professional risk. Dr. Lawrie's biggest clients happen to be those who are involved in the suppression of repurposed drugs like Ivermectin.

It’s come to my attention over the past few months because we’ve been trying to communicate this message to the World Health Organization and other authorities that there is a lot of pressure to keep the public unaware of ivermectin. And, you know, this has surprised me because especially as we know, it’s very safe on the World Health Organization’s database for assessing, for recording safety, for medicines. It’s shown to be very safe.[3]

She co-founded the BiRD Group; an international consortium of experts dedicated to the transparent and accurate scientific research of Ivermectin, with particular emphasis on the treatment and prevention of COVID-19.[4]

And we don’t need to be afraid of this. So we we would like to take that day to get that message across to the public and and and help them to to realize that one doesn’t need to be afraid and one doesn’t need to rush into decisions either. If you have been wondering whether or not to take these new injections, you don’t need to rush into that because ivermectin can can be used, become used for prevention as well. And you could wait for safety data to come out of the vaccines. But also, if you had one, you don’t need to have a second one necessarily or booster. And and also to just let people know that ivermectin may help them if they’re suffering from covid kind of side effect after the vaccination[3]