According to a court affidavit, at the time Ng was “in the same state for many, many days … critically ill,” and a nurse suggested that Dr. Ng “stop all this aggressive care and let [her father] die naturally.” On November 5, after Ng was on a ventilator for three weeks, DuPage County Circuit Court Judge Paul Fullerton ruled in favor of the family and allowed Dr. Bain to administer 24mg doses of ivermectin from Nov. 8 through Nov. 12. The result? Within five days, he was able to breathe without the ventilator and on Nov. 16 walked out of the ICU. By this past Sunday, Ng was breathing without supplemental oxygen on a regular hospital floor.
Then they blocked Dr. Bain from administering the ivermectin because he wasn’t vaccinated. According to reporter Mary Beth Pfeiffer, Judge Fullerton overruled the hospital again.
Lorigo told me that he has been retained on 129 cases dealing with ivermectin denials, but in the vast majority of them he can’t even complete the court filings before the patient passes away. However, in the cases where he had time to fight it and win in court, he almost always succeeds in saving the patient. “Of all the cases I won and the patient was able to go through the full course of ivermectin, the patient is home and healthy,” declared Lorigo.