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So, hearing your feedback on the topic; I decided indeed to email Dr Cheryl Walter (Rhodes Scholar) of the University of Hull in the UK and ask them "specifically" about the "kettle of fish statement"
I wait with bated breath for a response
Good day to you Dr Walter,
recently, I came across your comments on the pfizer medication ivermectin equivalent fact-check at reuters.
Firstly thank you for putting yourself "out there" and making a professional statement on the topic. I am aware of your involvement at the University with the covid-pandemic and find your input admirable specifically https://www.hull.ac.uk/work-with-us/more/media-centre/news/2021/university-virologist-debunks-some-of-biggest-covid-19-myths-and-conspiracies
As a private individual with an interest in seeing progress made in bringing this pandemic situation to an agreeable close I am excited at the potential for prophylactic and additional covid-19 treatments beyond the current strategy. I would love to get your more detailed opinion on the topic, as for whatever reason reuters did not - I suspect - provide your complete statement?
“Pfizer’s drug has protease inhibitor activity like ivermectin, but they are a very different kettle of fish on a variety of levels,”
While I realise there are NDAs etc at play here, I'd like to ask for any additional information you can provide regarding:
1. in which other levels does the new drug differ?
2. and how so?
3. Additionally I would be very interested in learning your involvement with the new pfizer treatment and through which avenues?
While I appreciate you are most likely very busy, I would appreciate any time you could give my enquiry.
Thank you sincerely from another Capetonian (Wineberg Boy)