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Fighting Hospitals to Save Patients- John Littell, MD

Dr. John Littell is a board certified physician in family medicine from Florida. His story of working through the pandemic and facing scrutiny from his own hospital system and (more…)

VAERS data is being ignored-Jessica Rose, PHD

Dr. Jessica Rose has a PHD in Computational Biology, along with multiple degrees in related biology & mathematics fields of study.

Since the COVID pandemic, Jessica has (more…)

Protecting Children from Bad Data-Elizabeth Mumper, MD

Simply put, Dr. Liz Mumper loves children. She has dedicated her life to not only being their advocate, but she relies heavily upon data, evidence based medicine, and is unafraid to test guidelines even if it means challenging her own practice protocols.

Dr. Mumper has the receipts. The data of does not show (more…)

Research can be Dangerous – Flavio Cadegiani, MD

Dr. Cadegiani is a leading expert in Endocrinology, Sports Medicine, and Obesity Management. A core contributor to the FLCCC COVID-19 protocols, Dr. Cadegiani has successfully treated thousands of COVID patients in Brazil with few hospitalizations and no deaths.

Regarding COVID-19, Dr. Cadegiani conducted some of the largest clinical trials and observational studies, including the Itajaí ivermectin studies. He is responsible for the first hypothesis that explains the massive number of post-vaccine myocarditis cases and sudden deaths, particularly among (more…)

REACT19- Preventing Further Injury – Joel Wallskog, MD

Dr. Wallskog obtained his medical degree at the University of Wisconsin and completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed fellowship training specializing in joint replacement at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, then entered private practice in 2002.
After being exposed to COVID-19 in August/September of 2020, Dr. Wallskog followed CDC recommendations to wait three months before getting his first COVID vaccine. He developed numbness, weakness, and balance difficulties and, in the following months, experienced periods of severe (more…)

It’s a Turbocancer – Nathan Goodyear, MD

It’s no news to you, cancer treatment is a very serious matter. It’s complicating enough for the patient, the family, and the effort of the healthcare team.

Now healthcare professionals around the world are witnessing a marked increase in cancer frequency, and it is affecting all ages. This aggressive change has Dr. Nathan
Goodyear not only referencing the cancer of today as a turbo cancer, but the dawn of anew delineation. Cancer before and now cancer AFTER COVID.

Dr. Goodyear shares why the biggest obstacle for effective treatment is (more…)

The 100 Bed ICU – Joseph “Joe” Varon, MD

The mayor of Houston proclaimed that September 25, 2020 was recognized city wide as “Dr. Joseph Varon Day” in recognition of Dr. Varon’s selfless effort to not ever abandon patients in need during the pandemic.

But that was just over 8 months after the pandemic began… Dr. Varon went on to work 715 days CONSECUTIVELY caring for and treating patients, turning his over 100 bed hospital into a mega ICU.

So how in the world did valiant efforts of altruism turn into death threats against Dr. Varon and his family?

Prof. Dr. Joseph Varon MD, FACP, FCCP, FCCM, FRSM is the chairman of the board of the United Memorial Medical Center and
United General Hospital. He is a professor for medicine and surgery (more…)

#104, Robert Malone, MD

“As the original “inventor” of mRNA and DNA vaccines… I am concerned about how the technology is being developed and implemented.” -Dr. Robert Malone

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Dr Malone has approximately 100 scientific publications with over 12,000 citations of his work (per Google Scholar with an “outstanding” impact factor rating). He has been an invited speaker around a 100 conferences, (more…)

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