Give it a rest!
What you say would have more credence if the FDA and CDC were not run by crooks and the media were not bought by big pharma.
There are just too many doctors that confirm the efficacy of IVM.
Go to flccc.net and scroll down a bit. On the left side there is an article from India called ‘Defeating the Delta variant.’
This is just one of many success stories.
I don’t always need double blind placebo controlled studies. More often than not, common sense works just as well.
I have no expectation that most people who have strong convictions about Ivermectin will change their minds or won't continue to be convinced by anything that appears to support their convictions. I can offer contradictory evidence to the article you cite. The drop in contagion in India started before Ivermectin was given. BTW, India dropped its guideline for treatment using Ivermectin in July. There's more and I could offer citations, but I agree that there's no point in debating the details of this issue.
If you are assuming that I blindly follow the FDA or the CDC in their recommendations, let me assure you that I don't, nor do I easily accept all findings from pharmaceutical companies. I don't believe all of them are corrupt but rather that some of them may be corrupt, incorrect, or conclusions may be premature. The studies I cite about Covid are by leading organizations such as the NIH where many reviewers representing wide areas of scientific research and reviews of the best evidence are presented.
My personal policy is to try to wait five years before taking any newly FDA approved drugs. Often, it takes that long or longer to learn of side-effects that were not found in the original studies, or even to discover fraudulent research. There are circumstances when I wouldn't wait, depending on the seriousness of the illness and the alternate treatments available. And I was concerned about not following my general policy for the vaccine, but this became a relatively easy decision based on the risks of Covid infection.
For deep understanding, common sense isn't enough. In fact, most of our currently accepted science was seen as incredulous at one time - as defying common sense. Common sense can offer hypotheses that need to be scientifically tested. Common sense may leave people thinking the earth is flat. Most scientific understanding in physics defies common sense. We wouldn't have computers or even airplanes if we were to rely on common sense.
There's no personal gain for me in taking considerable time to present what I consider important information that counters what I see as misleading or false information. I do that with the hope that a few readers may take precautions that best protect them and others during this horrible pandemic.