Jeremy L. Carter, a 75-year-old man, came down with a serious case of Covid, despite having been vaccinated. Doctors did their best with conventional medicine. But nothing was working. Carter’s daughter, Jill Alvarado, looked into alternatives and found some people had success with ivermectin. But the hospital refused. So she sued.
“On Sept. 20, after exhausting all COVID-19 treatments, Carter was transferred to ICU and placed on a ventilator. Carter’s daughter, Jill Alvarado started researching other alternative treatments. She found the drug Ivermectin, which is typically used to treat certain infections caused by parasitic worms, head lice, and skin conditions.”
But the hospital refused to use the medicine so she filed a lawsuit. The courts sided with Alvarado, but that was not enough for the hospital.
“Rochester General Hospital refused. Rochester Regional Health filed an appeal on Saturday, and a hearing was scheduled for Monday, Lewke’s report said.
Carter died on Sunday.
Attorney Ralph Lorigo, who sued Rochester Regional Health on behalf of Carter, told Lewke he’s filed dozens of lawsuits against health systems in western New York alone over the past few months.
“Every case I have is a person in a hospital dying,” he said, “what is the harm if a hospital is done with its protocol?”
Lorigo has already filed three suits against Rochester Regional Health to get them to administer Ivermectin, including Carter’s suit.
“Each of those times we were successful and those people went home. In this situation we sued, we got a court order and the hospital refused to administer the Ivermectin,” the attorney explained.”
I am not a medical professional, but if Carter was already on his way out then where’s the harm? Alvarado also had a court order to get the hospital to try ivermectin. People have had success with ivermectin so I don’t see why the hospital wouldn’t at least try, especially when conventional medicine was failing.