The NIH dangerously, and contrary to evidence, recommends no treatment for COVID-19 unless a patient is hospitalized and in need of oxygen. But thankfully, a growing number of courageous physicians across America and around the world are stepping up to put patients first by offering early treatment in order to reduce hospitalizations and save lives.
One helpful development this week is that the peer-reviewed journal the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents published the pioneering work of Dr. Vladimir Zelenko that found early treatment decreased hospitalizations by 84% and resulted in a 5-fold reduction in death.
AAPS continues advocacy for patient access to treatment as well. Thursday of this week, the AAPS Doctors Are In webinar series was honored to feature one of the leaders in this movement to encourage ambulatory treatment, Peter McCullough, MD.
Dr. McCullough presented the rationale behind early treatment and peer-reviewed protocols that can be implemented immediately to manage COVID-19 patients at home.
We encourage everyone to watch this crucial presentation. It is available on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5u5GuErjcA and a backup is posted on Rumble in event the YouTube video is removed: https://rumble.com/vavyvt-c19-ambulatory-treatment.html
SLIDES:A PDF file of the presentation’s slides is available here:
A remarkable moment during presentation: Dr. McCullough revealed that he is currently battling COVID-19 and is himself being treated based on the early treatment protocols. For a separate, shorter update about his treatment progress see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql34ZqdIm-w.
We also encourage you to read these related articles that have been published within the last day:
- This doctor has COVID. He has a plan. For all of us – https://www.trialsitenews.com/this-doctor-has-covid-he-has-a-plan-for-all-of-us/
- Doctors with COVID-19 Put Early At-Home Treatment to the Test – https://heartlanddailynews.com/2020/10/doctors-with-covid-19-put-early-at-home-treatment-to-the-test/