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COVID-19 Update

MAKE TIME FOR THIS ONE!

CLICK https://rumble.com/vfhvhn-tx-doctor-media-censored-covid-treatment-options-could-have-reduced-fatalit.html [19:32] to hear an exceedingly well-qualified physician address the Texas State Senate Health and Human Service Committee last month.

Last year, he made a video presenting peer-reviewed scientific information about successful treatments. It immediately went viral for a week … then YouTube pulled it for violating their “mis-information” standards. Politics has blocked early treatment of the coronavirus. He says this has cost more than 500,000 Americans their lives.

Last year, Dr. McCullough also published “Why home treatment of COVID-19 with several drugs is crucial.” It’s worth looking up and printing.

The Health Impact News site Dr. Mccullough mentions is at https://healthimpactnews.com/.

Another place to get help is America’s Frontline Doctors whose video was also canceled. At the link, they have information about getting meds if your local doctor won’t prescribe them.

I searched “early treatment covid-19.” The links I got are below in alphabetical order. They prove Dr. McCullough’s contention that America’s politicians and doctors have failed us badly.

CDC links = ZERO information about keeping caregivers safe. Doctors like McCullough recommend prophylactic treatment.

Health Harvard link = ZERO information about early treatment.

Healthline link = ZERO information about early treatment.

Mayo Clinic link = ZERO information about early treatment.

Medical News Today link = ZERO information about early treatment.

NIH site at “antiviral therapy” page = They recommend AGAINST using HCQ “with or without azithromycin for the treatment of COVID-19, except in a clinical trial” and gives a wimpy “insufficient data for the Panel to recommend either for or against the use of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19.” (Most recent update: February 11, 2021)

NIH site at “What’s New” page = On April 8, 2021 .. TWO DAYS AGO … they FINALLY recommended using monoclonal antibodies for early, at-home treatment.

Patient Info link = ZERO information about early treatment.

WebMD link = ZERO information about early treatment.

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