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  1. Do you have telemed, to receive scripts for prevention of covid?

    1. Melody Skjelstad says:

      My Father in law is in Enloe hospital in Chico California in the covid section and they wont let family see him. What can we do?

  2. JANE WIEAND says:

    Pertaining to preventative treatment, should Quercetin be taken daily? I am taking zinc, vit D, vit C, low dose aspirin–but not is high doses.

    1. Susan Kolodziejczyk says:

      My cousin is C-19 positive. Also High risk and recommended Monoclonal Antibody Infusion at Baylor Scott and White in Temple. Is it safe to continue this treatment and free of any of the harmful ingredients that appear in the mRNA jabs and C-19 J&J injection?

    2. Louise says:

      My daughter has been forced to take the vaccine to keep her job. Are there any measures she can take to help reduce the damage that will be done to her body?

      1. The same principles and medications we use in early treatment of COVID are also useful in mitigating damage from the experiemental COVID shots, since the mechanism of injury (spike proteins in the body) is the same for both natural infection and the “jab”

  3. Can Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin be used to treat COVID during a pregnancy? We have Ivermectin just in case an issue arises but with the pregnancy we have concerns. Thank you for helping all of us that are loosing our jobs and having extreme difficulty finding a doctor we trust.

    1. Please listen to Dr. Blumrick’s presentation in our August 19 Press Conference (link on home page of website). He is a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist treating high risk pregnant women, and talks about HCQ safety in pregnancy, which has been known worldwide for decades.

      1. Dr. Vilet:
        You are a patriot and hero for all the work you’ve done to provide medical truth. Thank you for taking the time to answer my question. God bless you.

  4. Are monoclonal antibodies for prevention or treatment after infection?

    1. Please see our FACT SHEET on Monoclonal Antibodies on website, and the educational video on Monoclonal AB under Media Tab on home page

  5. Susan Still says:

    Is it possible to get a prescription for Ivermectin? I have seen “over the counter” companies, but they are very expensive and I am concerned about where the Ivermectin might be produced (as in NOT China)? I am not in need physically, just though it might be wise to use as a prophylactic – considering age (69) and flu season coming up. Thanks so much!

  6. Alice Leonard says:

    Will taking Ivermictin or HCQ help with prevention of Covid-19. Some physicans say it does not work that well and recomennd monconal antibodies if exposed to a positive case. I am a healthcare worker who won’t take the jab and have done alot of reseach on this topic. I have spoken with physcians and some state that HCQ and Ivermecin do not work that well, recommends the antiboties ASAP after an exposure.

  7. Ramona Fox says:

    Are there any actions that can be taken to return taste and smell after a mild case of covid?

  8. Hello
    I have accepted a position to begin employment as a federal CIVILIAN employee for the Air Force in Texas with an estimated start date next month of 10/12.
    It’s my assumption it’s better to involve an attorney before submitting my exemption request.
    First – I’m not certain if I’ll need assistance of an attorney to submit my request.
    My question: should I begin writing my letter now using a suggested ‘approved’ letter template?
    Lastly – do you suggested a series of recommended steps such as; write the letter, consult an attorney, then submit the letter to the military’s legal (JAG) department?
    Thanks SO much for offering this service for me and everyone else.

    1. Anonymous says:

      I think the AirForce requires everyone vaccinated NLT December timeframe but you should double-check. Ask your Personelist Shop or the HRO even though you are a contractor. If AirForce’s process is similar to the Army’s, ya’ll should have templates and a process in place for exemption requests (i.e., a template exemption packet and process flowchart). For example, there are only 2 exemption paths for the Army (medical and religious). Once your provider writes a formal letter to exempt temporarily or permanently, you submit your packet up the chain/to the Surgeon General for final approval. If approved great, if denied get the shot or refuse and be discharged. You are a contractor so under slightly different rules but still in the fold of the total force. Also, it may be the case that you just need to provide your vaccination status. They should tell you all of this before or while you onboard.

    2. Anonymous says:

      *CORRECTION – GS/WG/Fed employee…not Contractor…same difference (not really I know–I’ve been a GS employee before too) but same boat in this situation.

  9. Nanci Kaczmarek says:

    During the lockdown my husband went to Amita for diabetes problems they refused to let me speak to or see him. After the 6 day he finally called me to tell me he was confined in a Posey restraint bed for 6 days even after he was stabilized the first night. This is illegal I worked for a Doctor. I had to call the Police to get him out. He has never been the same since. The damage is done.

  10. Patricia Watts says:

    After success with covid and Frontline Dr Stella, I sometimes have redness above or below my eyes. Slightly itches. It comes and goes now for two months. Is this skin disorder common after covid?

  11. Nanci Kaczmarek says:

    I did not know what a POSEY BED was so I went to Amita Hinsdale I have low BP and had fainted. I refused drugs they gave them anyway Ativan. When I refused further testing, they put me in a Posey restraint bed. They did an EKG, and I Heard whoops her husband is coming, he is here

  12. My Mom is elderly and took 2 Moderna injections. She is having health problems and the Doctor’s I have spoken with in WA don’t want to hear about vax concerns. Is there an aware Doctor in WA preferably the Federal Way area that I can contact? I am disabled and can’t find someone I can trust. My Mom has Medicare and I have Medicaid; any advice or guidance would be appreciated. Thank you and bless you all.

    1. David, see our list of doctors by state, posted on home page under TREATMENT Tab.

  13. I believe my 23 year old unvaccinated daughter may have covid. Are the BINAXNOW home test worthwhile? I purchased several tests from Sam’s Club. I have to pick up. She is not in very bad shape…2nd day. Taking Quercetin, zinc, Vitamin D3 and C. Xlear nasal. Betadine gargle. Should I concern myself with obtaining ivermectin for her?

  14. Karen Martinez says:

    I think it would be wise to have a plan in place should my husband or I fall ill with COVID-19. I have lost trust in the hospital system. What do you recommend should I become sick enough to need to go to a hospital. I live in Prescott AZ. I’ve already told my husband a hard NO to ventilator and Remidisvir (sp). What else do you recommend? Give me a list please. Ps. Im unvaccinated and have not ever done a PCR TEST. Only done 1 home test for COVID.

    1. Leigh Parrish says:

      Here is a helpful site. This Dr has treated many patients. Recommendations for vitamin and supplement regimen that is preventative. Stay well!

  15. Marsha A Kotalac says:

    Would you be able to direct me to a Dr. or web so that I can order Ivermectin?

  16. Vaccine mandate medical exemptions for military members requires a provider’s statement on their official letterhead (no rx notepad notes) for either temporary exemption or permanent exemption. I have experienced observable adverse effects to the 1st dose of Moderna; have reported these in VAERS, and have seen my “feelings” validated by my Whoop data. I am afraid doctors wont believe me/will not write me up a letter to permanently exempt me from getting the 2nd dose. Please help. I’m scheduled for the 2nd dose soon and if I wait too long, then I must restart the sequence.

  17. Tammy Jo Hill says:

    I’m needing direction in verifying “no published animal studies” pertaining to the COVID injections. I am aware of preclinical studies by each pharmaceutical manufacturer. I am being harrassed by my medical director in given informed consent to patients regarding the cons of the injections and may be brought before the medical staff.

  18. Dr McCullough recently said (McCullough Report Q&A part 4) that one cannot spread Covid during presymptomatic phase, before fever and nasal congestion start, usually around day 3-4 after infection. I can find no studies backing this up. In fact, I find the opposite. Can you point me where to go? As unvax’d I am very concerned about being around other vaccinated spreaders.

  19. Sandra Miller says:

    How do I find out if the DTaP vaccine used fetal cell lines in its production or development?

  20. I attempted to contact some of the telemedicine providers and my impression is that the ones I contacted are quacks of shady character, and that they are in it for the quick buck.

    This is a warning for the wary!

    I asked one of these peddlers (who also sells ivermectin at over $300 a clip) who their drug manufacturer(s) is/are and if the pills they sell have the alphanumeric code imprinted on them, needless to say I received NO response.

    This is the time when I will contact the medical board in their state and request the charlatan to be investigated and shut down. Please note that of late, it has become apparent that the behavior of medical boards (e.g. Oregon) is contemptible, but I have learned that the best way to deal with a crook is to have a crook handle a crook, they know each other devious ways.

  21. I watched your Medical Tyranny conference last night. Horrifying, but so thankful you are all on top of this.

    A dear friend of mine is in ICU (been in hospital for 2 weeks now) on high flow oxygen and spouse is not allowed to visit even though COVID recovered. What steps can be taken to allow the spouse, legally, to visit!?

    1. When hospitals are refusing patient patient rights, it is urgent to hire an aggressive attorney to go after legal recourse. That is how many families are winning this battle against the medical tyranny. Also check the legal resources on our website. File complaints through your State Attorney General’s office, file complaints with state regulatory boards overseeing hospitals licenses, and contact your local radio stations to report the abuse and shine light on this monstrous assault on medical freedom!
      Dr. Vliet

  22. Patti Brown says:

    I have a question about my brother in law who was vaccinated, but got COVID anyway. He received monoclonal antibodies and recovered and has just tested tested negative for COVID. However, he has residual phlegm and coughing fits..going on for two weeks post last negative test. What can he do to decrease the coughing and reduce the phlegm? Any recommendations or OTC drugs he can take? Thank you.

  23. Katherine says:

    I’m 66 with pre diabetes, HBP. Husband is 64 with dxd complex regional pain syndrome X 11 years. We won’t take the vaccine despite pressure from our adult children. I’ve prepared as much as possible for a potential covid event in my husband & me. I’ve studied extensively the at-home, out-patient & in-patient protocols from FLCCC & TFH. I know all about the horse paste Ivermectin; and about Ivermectin’s successful usage. I real-time followed the scary Sunday night drama regarding Veronica (The Bridge) & her death in the early hours of Sept 13. I’ve read of similar Veronica cases since Veronica’s death. My husband & I are extremely afraid of hospitals & doctors to include our own PCP. I’ve made a covid kit for my husband & me. I got the Ivermectin & NZ from an online seller from India. I’ve received the meds & they appear legit. Package labeling looks appropriate. I’ve taken one dose of 18 mg of the Ivermectin from India. I have pending root canal procedure & I want to try to avoid getting covid during the dental procedures. I can’t believe the terrible suspicion I have of the medical community that I once trusted & never doubted. QUESTION: 1) Should I question the authenticity of the meds from India (Ivermectin & NZ) ? 2) Are there easy cut-and-dry methods for obtaining appropriate life saving meds without jumping through endless hoops? I’ve tried the Front Line doctors method for getting appropriate meds and failed with those attempts.
    Thank You, Katherine

    1. Steve Jacobson says:

      We’ve used the Indian pharmacies for years for many of the same reasons you expressed. I would almost be more suspicious of domestic sources of RX than those in India who supply most of the world.

  24. Can’t find an answer anywhere for this question. Can one after covid and pneumonia take HCQ for future prevention or arthritis? Same with ivermectin. Submitted the question 2x with no response. I’m sure many others are also looking for the answer.

  25. Are there any safe Covid vaccines coming out?

  26. Leigh Parrish says:

    I had a physician refuse to treat me unless I revealed whether I had taken the Covid vaccine. He said he wouldn’t refuse treatment if I had not taken it, only if I would not reveal it to him. He also forced me to wear a mask against my will,( I have had Covid). He screamed at me and ran out of the room telling me to leave if I wouldn’t put a mask on. Was he in violation of the law constitutional, or otherwise for this refusal? He was very verbally abusive. I felt my body and privacy were violated. If it’s worth it, I will pursue legally. It was a sad day for me. I basically felt “raped”.

    Thank you.

    1. Such behavior is highly unprofessional. You may wish to file a complaint with the state medical board that regulates physicians and express this in the the complaint.

  27. Would Psoriatic Arthritis/autoimmune disease be considered a good excuse for a medical exemption not to get vaxxed? I heard there were no vax trials on this group. Either way, wouldn’t a Covid vax possibly increase the already inflammation of autoimmunity?

  28. I’m not sure if you’ve addressed topic of worldwide Covid or not. It seems that there is worldwide support for vaccination.

    This fact causes me confusion because it takes the issue from deception of and by local and National “leaders” to a broader topic not yet considered. Why is there a worldwide push for vaccines that are not proven to be efficacious, or safe?

    Do you have thoughts and research that you can recommend to broaden focus and understanding of this issue?

  29. Mike Williams says:

    Is there any danger in taking the Flu Shot after you’ve had Covid for a unvaccinated person.

    1. Current data shows higher risk of adverse reactions with the flu shot when given after or before the COVID shot.

  30. Kathy says:

    I just received notice that my Cologuard test came back positive and now scheduled for a Colonoscopy. My concern is that a year ago I had surgery and they informed afterwards that they gave me a Pneumonia vaccination, without my consent. I have not and do not want the COVID Vax and am fearful they will vaccinate me WITHOUT MY CONSENT. I do not know how to proceed. The positive colon test concerns me and understand followup is appropriate, but do not trust any hospital here in Michigan to follow my wishes. Please advise….any help would be appreciated. God bless you all!

    1. Yes, that is happening in many hospitals now. You MUST deek legal advice and get a letter from attorney to put in your chart at the hospital specifying that you do not want a particular treatment. Write in large letters on the Consent for Treatment form you have to sign NO COVID VACCINE. You should read the consent form carefully and cross out ANY STATEMENT that gives permission for anything you do not want.

  31. Ann McGuire says:

    I am a 54 year old woman who is in great health aside from hypothyroidism. I had a fairly bad case of Covid back in January 2021. At that time I had a severe headache, a temperature of 103, a blood oxygen rate of 89-90, with a relentless dry cough. On day 4 of the illness, I woke up in the middle of the night with a literal mouth full of blood. I was afraid to go to the hospital because I live in NYC and having studied Public Health, I was well aware that the protocols they were using were killing people.

    Luckily, I got better, possibly due to my use of vitamin D, zinc and quercatin. However, even at this point, 8 months later, I struggle to keep my blood oxygen level above 94. Sometimes it will drop to 91. It has never been lower than 99. Getting treatment in this city is not practical, as all they want is to vaccinate me and take a treadmill stress test with a face mask on. I refuse. Should I be seeking budesonide of something similar to improve my blood oxygen rate? I have never had any heart problems in the past.

  32. Jim Hays says:

    Are the co-morbidities (obesity, hypertension, sleep apnea, age >65, etc.) that U.S. public health officials consider key when recommending taking the COVID shot, also conditions that put an individual at greater risk FROM the shot? If so, can these co-morbidities also be used as a legitimate rationale for an exemption from the mandated shot due to the possibility of increased harm?

    1. Most definitely these same co-morbidities increase risk of adverse reactions with the COVID shot. They SHOULD be a legitimate reason for a medical exemption, but sadly many employers are not accepting these reasons. It often takes LEGAL action to enforce patient right to refuse any medical treatment, especially one that is still experimental/investigational and NOT fully FDA-approved (as they falsely claim).

  33. David Byatt says:

    Is it possible to receive HCQ or Ivermectin in N.Ireland or can I order some from The USA and have it sent


  34. John E Hope says:

    I live in Connecticut work in Department of corrections. Thus far they are allowing us to test without getting the vaccine. I am dead against the vaccine as more and more information leaks out. I have already had covid. I would like to line up getting a good lawyer. I think it is only a matter of time before they become mandatory. Is there any lawyer in Connecticut you would recommend? Additionally I do not believe in the vaccine due to abortion issue. Our bishop has said they will not sign off on an exemption due to Pope Francis stand of doing the right thing for our fellow man and their protection. Any recommendations on how I can get around this?

  35. Carlotta Erdman says:

    I have Ivermectin 3 mg (total of 20 tablets) I need to know the correct dose you take if you have covid. 135 lbs.

  36. julie says:

    I’ve been exposed to Covid and I am already feeling a cough – is there a doctor who will prescribe ivermectin?

  37. How can I find a doctor in my area who will use Dr McCullough’s protocol and be able to treat me in hospital with it? That’s what all my friends are asking. I live in the St. Louis, St. Charles, MO area.

  38. My husband was hospitalized for COVID and was on high doses of oxygen, they also treated him with Remdesivir for 5 days. I’ve heard that this medicine can cause problems with the kidneys and other organs. After he got home from the hospital his legs and feet got very swollen and he is in a lot of pain. Is there a way to reverse the effects of Remdesivir?

  39. Naureen Shaikh MD says:

    A group of doctors is treating covid and covid shot rxn is seeking to join any clinical discussion group you have.
    Who is organizing data from covid shot rxn? how many have elevated markers eg d-dimer, troponin, anti-TPO, … new cancers and recurrence of those in remission, abscesses, effusions, … ? Thank you for all you do

  40. Hello, my wife and are both sick, me for two weeks, her for 10 days. We both have pneumonia in both lungs, we have not taken the covid test, but we have all the signs. and have been taking a mix of all natural remedies antibiotics, and steroid inhaler. My O2 sat seems to sit around 93 most often, and family is saying to get to the hospital, Please let us know how we can get started on your protocol. My wife was badly mistreated at a local hospital, and we’re not interested. Please reach out to me, we’re desperate.

  41. Rusty says:

    Dr. McCullough wrote about these Five Truths About COVID-19:
    1. COVID-19 is not spread asymptomatically
    2. Asymptomatic people should not get tested
    3. Natural immunity is robust, complete and durable
    4. COVID-10, no matter what variant, is easily treatable at home
    5. Current COVID-19 vaccines are obsolete and should be considered unfit for human use

    I’m sure there are sources to back this up, but until we all see them neatly integrated with these “truths” it’s hard to make an argument for their veracity. Can someone please included the sources for each truth. Thank you!

  42. Anonymous says:

    Why is natural immunity not considered a medical exemption and jab still forced? How does one go about getting exemption for employment purposes when your physician will not take natural immunity under consideration, and your employer is not taking natural immunity as a medical exception. Any legal and medical advice is welcomed.

  43. Luis Arteaga says:

    My wife and I have HCQ at home for early treatment in case of infection. If one of us gets Covid should the other one also take HCQ?

  44. Luis Arteaga says:

    I understand early treatment is covid and therefore one should not wait until Covid test results come back. If we have cold or flu symptoms should assume it is COVID we start HCQ?

    1. Check the Viral Screening Questionnaire in our COVID EARLY TREATMENT GUIDE on our website. It is what many of us physicians use to make a clinical diagnosis, since PCR tests notoriously unreliable. If someone is high risk (see medical conditions listed on screening questionnaire), most of us physicians treating COVID patients will treat early and not wait to see if patient gets worse when it is more difficult to treat. As in all medical situations, the patient and physician should be making the decision together on clinical grounds and risk.

  45. Luis Arteaga says:

    Are Telemed doctors able to give medical exemptions for the vaccine?

    1. offers this service.

  46. Robert says:

    In January 2021, Dr. Bingfang Yan, a pharmaceutical scientist at the University of Cincinnati published a short article in the journal, Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology which demonstrated that the antiviral drug Remdesivir (Veklury)–which is routinely used to treat COVID-19– irreversibly inhibits the enzyme Carboxylesterase-2, which is used to metabolize many common medications, including blood thinners–which are routinely used to treat COVID-19.

    My wife has been in the hospital for 45 days and was treated with Remdesivir. She had some complications from it. She has also been treated with blood thinners and will be on them for many months to come to treat a large clot in her leg related to a long-term stay on ECMO. I would like to understand the implications of Yan’s research for the drugs and treatment my wife is currently receiving. I would also like to know what drugs are likely to be affected that she may take in the future as she ages, such as cardiac and anti-cancer drugs. Dr. Yan indicates in a different popular article about his research that several such medications are affected by the inhibition of CES-2, but did not say which ones.

    My wife was also 35 weeks pregnant at the time of her treatment with Remdesivir. I would like to understand whether this drug would have affected my baby, including whether it would have disabled CES-2 in my baby.

    Is there a way that my wife can be tested while in the hospital for active CES-2? I think the relevant question would be not just whether CES-2 is present, but whether any present CES-2 is active and functional, vs. disabled.

    Thank you very much for any guidance you can provide, including other contacts or references. If you reply to my email, I will send you the two short articles I read, each only 2 pages in length. Thank you for your heroic work in response to this crisis.

  47. What to do about mandates since the FDA has claimed approval of shots?

  48. Teri Norconk says:

    We have a friend who did not say anything to anyone about being sick, for over 10 days! She is now in hospital, and has no family to support her wishes not to take Remdesivir and not to get on a ventilator. It doesn’t appear that she has a medical POA. Many of us are going in mass to make a statement outside hospital, but is there anything we can do now to get her out?? I know this is very late in the game, but I had to at least ask. The hospital is in Charlotte, NC.

  49. Judy Shishmanian says:

    Currently I have to get the PCR test twice a week under the religious exemption (pending approval). Can you guide me to facts regarding eh PCR test ingredients and risks to health?

  50. On WPN Prayer Call 71, Dr. Peter McCullough said that COVID-19 antibodies prevent reinfection. What is the best antibody test and where can that test be administered?
    My daughter had COVID-19 in July and attends a college that requires the vaccination or weekly testing. She is cleared from testing for 3 months due to her previous infection and proof of her positive PCR test. Wondering if Dr. McCullough’s data will help prevent her from weekly testing or is there a legal form to complete that would wave this mandate? Why isn’t the CDC putting out similar information?

  51. Melissa says:

    My husband works for USDA and is under the Federal mandate. We also all had the virus in January so we have immunity. Unfortunately, at this time that is not being taken into consideration as an exemption, although I know of several pending lawsuits that are trying to fight for that. I am going to see if he can get an extension to the mandate dates until these cases are decided, but you never know if that will work or not. My husband does NOT want to take a shot, but he also said that he isn’t going to lose his job over this. So, I am trying to find out which shot could possibly be less dangerous. My thoughts are J&J is only one jab, so maybe that one would be the least likely to adversely affect him. Is there any info that you could give me to help us make our decision on this if we are faced with this.

  52. Veronica Link says:

    I read through all the questions and answers but still haven’t seen an answer as to where we can get legitimate ivermectin. Do you have any resources?

    1. Ivermectin is available as FDA-approved 3 mg tablets from commercial pharmacies based on a physician’s prescription for a given patient – but there is more difficulty with the corporate “big box” chain pharmacies such as CVS and Walgreens that are interfering with physician-patient rights for off-label use of approved medications. We have more success with independent commercial pharmacies and compounding pharmacies, such as AMEX Pharmacy in Melbourne FL

  53. Darrell Wayne says:

    I have not heard this addressed anywhere in any nuanced way, not that I can find through searching the internet:

    Why is viral shedding of the spike protein from the mRNA “vaccinated” people such an issue for the healthy un-mRNA-vaccinated people’s immune system? (Reported menstrual irregularities, etc)

    It would seem our immune system could handle an incomplete/simple spike protein introduced through normal means. That introduction is not like the injection that slips the mRNA into the cells using the lipids- to produce trillions of spike proteins; in the case of shedding from the vaccinated- the unvaccinated’s body is only fighting however many proteins get in through normal means (contact, airborne, etc).
    Yet there are so many reports of this being an issue, it DOES seem to be one. (Not to mention Pfizer’s caution about shedding during early testing)

    Do you think it is likely that the engineered unnatural aspect (of the shed mRNA instructed protein) alone could be the cause of these second-hand symptoms, or based on your knowledge of how all that works, is it more likely the protein is/was designed to be resistant to natural immunity? I know that’s a terrible question to consider. And I know that no one (on earth) knows for sure, unless the mRNA vaccine designers did intentionally make it resistant, of course they would know.

    Or do you see the danger of such viral shedding from the vaccinated as minimal and the reports insignificant or coincidental?

    I know your opinion will not be based on studies and is thus unsure. But it would be good to know how to plan for best practices for small group gatherings going forward.

    Primarily, regardless of the reasons for their structure or level of resistance to second-hand immune responses, I am wondering if you think that vaccinated people shedding these semi-artificial proteins is a significant danger to those around them?

  54. sally cain says:

    I have received my Religous Exemption at work, but they are requiring covid test being done weekly. I’ve had covid, if I prove that I have antibodies, what can I do to not have covid test done weekly?

  55. Steve Jacobson says:

    Our daughter is pregnant with Twins and it is a high risk pregnancy that may require her to be hospitalized until delivery. She has been under pressure to get “vaccinated” by some of the attending physicians, and does NOT want to be “vaccinated” or have her twins vaccinated. What are her rights to refuse this, and can the hospital refuse to treat her and her twins for rejecting their “advice”?

    1. It is EVERY PATIENT’S RIGHT TO REFUSE ANY MEDICAL TREATMENT, especially ones that are still investigational/experimental and not FDA-approved, such as ALL of the COVID “vaccines” available in the USA. Please see our entire Press Conference with international experts (August 19 – link on home page of website) about the serious risks of these experimental COVID shots to pregnant women and their babies in the womb. It is urgent to review this information to make an informed decision. Given the high miscarriage rate and risks to the developing babies, the maternal fetal medicine specialist in our Press conference does not recommend use of these COVID shots in pregnancy. If the current hospital refuses to treat her when she is exercising her fundamental right to refuse an experimental treatment, she also has the right to choose a different facility and medical team. We cannot tell you what to do, but we do feel a duty to make medically sound risk information available to the public so you can make an informed decision about what is right for you and your situation.

  56. Jeanne Tornabene says:

    My husband got Covid December 2020. He was diabetic but controlled and he still worked every day he. Was 74. Went into the hospital and at that time he was given Remdesiver along with many other drugs. We now find out that Remdesiver causes multi organ shut down to an already vulnerable person. He was getting better with the pneumonia and then all of a sudden his kidneys stopped working and then from there it all went south! This was Faucis protical at the time I kn ow this killed many people

  57. Amy Hood says:

    I think I remember somewhere hearing about some type of treatment/procedure…I thought it maybe helped the lungs heal but I’m not sure. Was it maybe hyperbaric oxygen therapy? Can you help weigh in on whether that might be worth pursuing for my father-in-law? He is 87 years old, was very healthy his whole life prior to vaccination (other than prostate cancer late in life), got fully vaccinated, then got covid, has been hospitalized twice for it in the past month, had covid pnemonia and tons of fluid on the lungs which was drained, was even starting to talk hospice a week ago, but is now back home in Colorado Springs, is struggling with low blood pressure and has real struggles with breathing (gets very winded just standing up etc), has no energy etc. We realize some Doctors are actively trying to learn how to treat covid lung issues, and some are not. We need recommendations which Doctors near Col Springs are on the right track…and whether hyperbaric oxygen therapy might help in his case. Do you have any advice for us? He was so healthy his whole life before vaccination and covid, that if we could help his lungs to heal, he probably has some good years of life left. And we truly want to avoid him going back into the hospital because then it feels like he is trapped in a place that is too busy to treat him effectively and has too many doctors with too little wisdom and too little continuity of care. We would appreciate any advice! Thank you!!

  58. Two questions re: the zinc sulfate recommended in the early treatment guide.
    1. Does the type of zinc matter? Most stores I am near carry zinc citrate oxide, etc.
    2. RE: the zinc dosage, am I correct in understanding it as 220mg? I notice this to be higher than recommended on vitamin bottles and higher than recommended in other protocols. Just want to be sure I’m understanding the dose correctly.

    Thank you!!!!

    1. Our early treatment guide mentions 50 mg of ELEMENTAL ZINC average recommended daily dose (unless your blood zinc level is already too high).
      220mg of ZINC SULFATE delivers 50 mg of ELEMENTAL zinc daily.
      Each form of zinc (gluconate, sulfate, citrate, etc) delivers different amounts of ELEMENTAL zinc. There are conversion charts available on the internet to calculate the amount of elemental zinc in the particular form of zinc you are using. For my own patients, I have recommended Plus Pharma brand of ZINC SULFATE 220 mg (50 mg elemental zinc) daily, since it is a powdered form in a capsule that is easy to take, better absorbed than tablets, hasn’t been a problem with GI upset or diarrhea, and it is a very reasonable cost at online stores like Vitamin Shop, PharmaPacks and others.

  59. Xavier says:

    I am attempting to obtain a medical exception from my employer. I am a federal civil servant at Hill Air Force Base, UT. I contracted and recovered from Covid-19 and recently had a SARS-CoV-2 serology test done and tested positive for anti-bodies. Is there a doctor who can sign a medical exception form for me?

  60. Andrzej Zahorski says:

    My friends who live in Europe, husband and wife, got infected with COVID. I sent them, by email GUIDE TO EARLY TREATMENT. Unfortunately their doctor and local pharmacy refuse to deliver to them medications (Invermectin in particular) necessary to apply the protocol described in your booklet. Would you be able to give us information how to find local doctor, or local pharmacies, that would allow them to have these medicaments. They live in Messanncy, Belgium, very near Luxemburg.

  61. Debra says:

    I have internal Granuloma Alanare as well as on my skin. The surgeon who found it was trying to do a takedown for colostomy. We waited another year so he could research it. The takedown was successful yay! I still have this disease that not most Doctor has heard of.
    I want a script for Ivermectin can I get it from you?
    I’m 64 weigh 95 pounds very active, healthy except a persistent test that says I still have Lupus although I have been in remission for five years.

    1. We cannot do Rx for anyone who is not an established patient of the independent medical practices of one of our Advisory Council Physicians. Our COVID EARLY TREATMENT GUIDE on our website has a list of TeleMedicine resources for a consult and then prescription of medicines that doctor or nurse practitioner approves for the patient.

  62. Francesca says:

    Can my granddaughter (12yrs old) become REINFECTED now that her mother is INFECTED?
    My granddaughters symptoms started on Tuesday 10/19/21.
    She is still fatigued and her sense of smell is off but other than that she has pretty much recovered.
    They stay and sleep in the same room and keep the windows open.
    They have both been on the nutraceutical bundle for a minimum of ​six months.

    My daughters symptoms started on Friday 10/22/21.
    She started the protocol (IVM,AZM,HCQ) on Sunday morning 10/24/21.

    Thank you sooo much for everything you do!!!

  63. I am trying to find out if in fact the present vaccines in the united states, if any are fda approved?I believe I heard dr Marty Mcary indicate that all usa” vaccines are under “emergency use authorization”.Is this true

    1. Yes, it is correct that ALL COVID “Vaccines” available in the US at this time are STILL under EUA authorization. NONE that are being given are actually fully FDA-approved. Comirnaty is the only one approved and it is not yet available in the US.

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