Coronavirus

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by garabandal, Jan 22, 2020.

  1. Beth B

    Beth B Beth Marie

    Yes Jason!
    How they haven’t already used the evidence that being vaccinated neither protects you for very long, nor does it keep you from spreading it to stop these insane mandates indicates to me that they are intentionally ignoring this evidence to continue to force, intimidate and coerce everyone into this dangerous experimental drug they call a vaccine. It’s not a vaccine….they had to literally change the dictionary definition recently on the term “vaccine”, because their experimental drug does not provide immunity and that’s what vaccines were previously defined to do. How does this information continually get suppressed? Because the government and the media are both censoring it as we have seen.
    The injuries and deaths caused by this experimental drug are being suppressed as well. This is so evil.
     
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  2. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Completely evil , so many people and institutions are complicit
    Fr. Blount is starting a 54 day Rosary novena for our country
    Blizzard just posted a thread about it
    Starts Nov 1
    Prayers are needed to stop this !
     
  3. Rain

    Rain Powers

    Powell dying won't wake them up. The media is saying it's solid proof we need the third boosters.

    He had multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer that reduces the immune system. But that is being swept under the rug regarding the claim the booster would have saved him.
     
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  4. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Thanks for telling the truth to us .
     
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  5. Jo M

    Jo M Powers

    Awful. I'm sure the finger of blame will also be pointed at the unvaccinated. :(
     
  6. theflyingnun

    theflyingnun Archangels

    WHO slow to approve COVID jab developed in India without using aborted fetal cell lines
    The World Health Organization says it 'cannot cut corners' in its review of Covaxin; meanwhile, other shots linked to health issues remain widely available.

    (LifeSiteNews) – A COVID jab developed without using an aborted fetal cell line has been created in India.

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    Covaxin is an inactivated, virus-based vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech’s cell manufacturing platform in conjunction with the Indian Council of Medical Research. Vero cells are a lineage of cells used in cell cultures developed in Japan in 1962 from isolated kidney epithelial cells taken from a species of monkey known as the “African green monkey.”

    The fact that the medication was developed based on an animal cell line could be considered positive news for pro-lifers who want to avoid cooperation with a product or industry that uses terminated infants for research. So far, it is not clear whether Covaxin has used aborted fetal cell lines in testing.

    Although Covaxin is approved in a variety of countries for use, the World Health Organization (WHO) said it “cannot cut corners” regarding Covaxin and is still reviewing the drug for safety.

    The WHO has approved a number of other COVID shots, all of which contain cell lines from abortion in testing or development.

    The AstraZeneca vaccine rollout was stopped in many regions, including Denmark, due to significant risks of fatal blood-clotting. The FDA recently halted the Moderna jab for teens due to risk of serious heart problems, including severe myocarditis. Both vaccine options are approved by the WHO.

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    In comparison with mRNA vaccines that have been shown to cause grievous harms due to issues with the “spike protein” mechanism, Covaxin operates with a more traditional vaccine technology, not dissimilar to older vaccines like the polio vaccine.

    All vaccines present potential side effects, including sudden death and injury, although the risk profile of traditional vaccines is more largely known than the new crop of mRNA COVID jabs. In addition, many of the vaccines on the market for a variety of diseases are developed in conjunction with abortion, either in development or in testing.

    Compared with mRNA vaccines, Covaxin is more stable in storage and does not have to be contained in drastically low temperatures, which proponents of the vaccine believe is helpful in distributing to countries with less medical infrastructure as a normal refrigerator would suffice for storage.

    One study reported that Covaxin had an efficacy of 93.4% against severe COVID-19 disease and an overall vaccine efficacy of 77.8% against symptomatic infections confirmed by PCR tests. Against asymptomatic COVID-19, the efficacy was 63.6%.
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/745139/?utm_source=top_news&utm_campaign=usa
     
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  7. theflyingnun

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    Doctors Can Prescribe Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine Off-Label For COVID-19: Nebraska AG
    BY TYLER DURDEN
    TUESDAY, OCT 19, 2021 - 08:45 AM


    Authored by Mimi Nguyen Ly via The Epoch Times,

    Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson issued a legal opinion saying that his office won’t seek disciplinary action against doctors who prescribe hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin as off-label medicines to treat or prevent COVID-19, as long as they are not engaging in any misconduct.
    The opinion (pdf), issued on Oct. 15, was in response to a request from Dannette Smith, CEO of the state’s Department of Health, which licenses and disciplines doctors. Smith asked whether it would be “deemed unlawful or otherwise subject to discipline” for doctors to prescribe ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, or other “off label use” medications to treat or prevent COVID-19.

    The Republican attorney general said in the opinion that his office finds “the available data does not justify filing disciplinary actions against physicians simply because they prescribe ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine to prevent or treat COVID-19.”

    Health care providers in general may be subject to discipline if they “neglect to obtain informed consent, deceive their patients, prescribe excessively high doses, fail to check for contraindications, or engage in other misconduct,” wrote Peterson.

    He said his office is not recommending any particular treatment options for COVID-19, but only the off-label early treatment options as raised by the health department “and conclude that the available evidence suggests that they might work for some people.”

    The opinion continues, “Allowing physicians to consider these early treatments will free them to evaluate additional tools that could save lives, keep patients out of the hospital, and provide relief for our already strained health care system.”

    The legal opinion also noted that there may be other promising off-label medicines to tackle the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, which causes COVID-19.

    Hydroxychloroquine, an anti-inflammatory and anti-malarial medication, gained prominence and heavy scrutiny after former President Donald Trump said he was taking it as a prophylactic.
    Last year, medical journal The Lancet initially published a paper condemning hydroxychloroquine before retracting it after more than 100 medical professionals raised major issues with the study.

    Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in July 2020 removed videos of a group of doctors who advocated for its use as early treatment and prophylaxis amid the pandemic.

    A study published in the American Journal of Medicine on Jan. 1 found that hydroxychloroquine helped lower mortality in the early treatment of COVID-19.

    The World Health Organization in March advised against the use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19.

    Ivermectin, a generic medicine widely used against some parasitic worms as well as to treat scabies, lice, and rosacea in humans, has been praised by some doctors as a life-saving early treatment for COVID-19.
    Two groups, the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance and the British Ivermectin Recommendation Development Group, have urged for the off-label use of ivermectin for COVID-19. There are at least 63 studies, of which 45 are peer-reviewed, on the treatment of COVID-19 with ivermectin.

    The American Medical Association, the American Pharmacists Association, and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, said in a joint statement in September they were against its use outside of a clinical trial as a COVID-19 drug.

    In Australia, the therapeutics regulator has restricted the prescription of ivermectin for COVID-19 and other off-label use only for certain specialists, including infectious disease physicians, dermatologists, gastroenterologists, and hepatologists.

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  8. theflyingnun

    theflyingnun Archangels

    Continued from above

    Jarrad Winter, via AmericanThinker.com, has broken down a few key sections from the AG's lengthy opinion.

    As to the question of ivermectin as a treatment option:

    The Mahmud study–a CRT that explored ivermectin as an early treatment for 363 individuals–concluded that “patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19 infection treated with ivermectin plus doxycycline recovered earlier, were less likely to progress to more serious disease, and were more likely to be COVID-19 negative on day 14. And Niaee’s research team found that ivermectin can help even hospitalized patients. That group conducted a “randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter clinical trial” with 180 hospitalized patients diagnosed with COVID-19. They concluded that ivermectin “reduces the rate of mortality and duration of hospitalization in adult COVID-19 patients,” and the improvement of other clinical parameters showed that the ivermectin, with a wide margin of safety, had a high therapeutic effect on COVID-19.

    What initially made ivermectin a target for all the inexplicable slander?

    Why would ivermectin’s original patent holder go out of its way to question this medicine by creating the impression that it might not be safe? There are at least two plausible reasons. First, ivermectin is no longer under patent, so Merck does not profit from it anymore. That likely explains why Merck declined to “conduct clinical trials” on ivermectin and COVID-19 when given the chance. Second, Merck has a significant financial interest in the medical profession rejecting ivermectin as an early treatment for COVID-19.

    As to the question of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment option:

    In 2004, long before the COVID-19 pandemic began, a lab study revealed that chloroquine "is an effective inhibitor of the replication of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) in vitro" and thus that it should be "considered for immediate use in the prevention and treatment of SARS-CoV infections". The following year, another paper explained that "chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV" and "is effective in preventing the spread of SARS[-]CoV in cell culture."

    It is widely recognized in the medical community that hydroxychloroquine is generally safe, so safe in fact that it may be prescribed to pregnant women and "children of all ages."
    What made hydroxychloroquine controversial in the first place?

    A striking example features one of the world’s most prestigious medical journals–the Lancet. In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lancet published a paper denouncing hydroxychloroquine as dangerous. Yet the reported statistics were so flawed that journalists and outside researchers immediately began raising concerns. Then after one of the authors refused to provide the analyzed data, the paper was retracted, but not before many countries stopped using hydroxychloroquine and trials were cancelled or interrupted. The Lancet’s own editor in chief admitted that the paper was a “fabrication, a monumental fraud,” and “a shocking example of research misconduct in the middle of a global health emergency."

    Interesting note about ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine hesitancy:

    As for professional associations' and physician groups' views on hydroxychloroquine, it appears they generally adopt the same position they did on ivermectin. Those like the AAPS who support ivermectin as an option for early COVID-19 treatment generally support hydroxychloroquine too, while those like the AMA, APhA, and ASHP that oppose one typically resist the other.

    The AG's conclusion:

    Allowing physicians to consider these early treatments will free them to evaluate additional tools that could save lives, keep patients out of the hospital, and provide relief for our already strained healthcare system.
    Read the full opinion Below Scroll to the end)
    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/...hydroxychloroquine-label-covid-19-nebraska-ag
     
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  9. theflyingnun

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  11. theflyingnun

    theflyingnun Archangels

    This story is absolutely sickening. Not only are many hospitals corrupt, but also the NIH and local governments.

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency — making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.

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    The NIH Director
    For the Right to Try
    • by Justus R. Hope, MD
    • Oct 11, 2021 Updated Oct 12, 2021

    Hospital Wins and Man Dies as Court Orders His Ivermectin Stopped

    "A Fairfield Township man with COVID-19 whose wife sued to force West Chester Hospital to treat him with Ivermectin has died, according to his attorney. Jeffrey Smith died Saturday, September 25, said his attorney, Jonathan Davidson of Hamilton.

    Smith, 51, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in July and was in the intensive care unit at West Chester Hospital."


    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/ne...over-ivermectin-and-covid-19-dies/5988217001/

    According to a news report published October 4, 2021, "Jeffrey Smith tested positive for COVID-19 July 9, was hospitalized, and was admitted to the intensive care unit July 15. He was put on the hospital's COVID-19 protocol of the antiviral drug, Remdesivir, along with plasma and steroids. On July 27, after a period of relative stability, Jeffrey Smith's condition began to decline.


    He was sedated and intubated, and placed on a ventilator on August 1.

    Smith was in a medically-induced coma on August 20, according to an affidavit his wife filed with her lawsuit. 'My husband is on death's doorstep; he has no other options,' she wrote, adding at another point that her husband's chances of survival had dropped to less than 30%."

    In August, Judge Gregory Howard ordered the hospital, West Chester, to honor the family's request to treat him with Ivermectin.

    Judge Howard approved Dr. Fred Wagshul's prescription of Ivermectin 30 mg daily for three weeks. Dr. Wagshul is a renowned Pulmonary Specialist who reports having treated over 2,000 patients with Ivermectin with 100% success.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_19f42a96-05c5-11ec-8172-d776656bad51.html


    He heads the Lung Center of America in Dayton, Ohio. In addition, he is a founding member of the World-Renowned Front-Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC), a non-profit group of highly-published physicians dedicated to saving lives.

    https://www.flccc.net/

    By the grace of God and Judge Howard, Jeffrey Smith won the court order to receive the life-saving Ivermectin for which attorney Ralph Lorigo and his team had fought at his wife's plea. It appeared that Jeffrey Smith would be another in the string of Lorigo's cases that received court-ordered Ivermectin and went on to enjoy a full recovery.

    Lorigo's ICU cases who win court-ordered Ivermectin have more than a 90% recovery rate, unlike their chances with standard care, which is well below 50%, and in this case, less than 30%.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_98d26958-a13a-11eb-a698-37c06f632875.html

    How does one explain Lorigo's cases' remarkable record of recovery without acknowledging that Ivermectin works?

    https://www.amazon.com/Ivermectin-World-Justus-R-Hope/dp/1737415909

    How does one explain the remarkable drop of more than 99.9% of COVID-19 cases in Uttar Pradesh, India, following the massive Ivermectin home-kit use campaign?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/indias-ivermectin-blackout-secret-revealed

    How does one explain the 65 studies involving over 47,000 patients worldwide showing the remarkable ability of Ivermectin to prevent COVID deaths?

    c19ivermectin.com

    How exactly does the NIH respond to Dr. George Fareed’s and Dr. Brian Tyson’s saving of 6,000 COVID-19 patients with the majority using an Ivermectin-containing cocktail? Perhaps by ignoring and ridiculing them as the media did after Dr. Fareed testified in the November 19, 2020 Senate hearing.


    There is nothing funny about ignorantly poking fun at life-saving treatment administered by a Harvard-educated physician and former NIH researcher.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/new...cle_8daf8108-f6cd-11eb-9dba-8b0e15963a30.html

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_b342aea6-38b2-11eb-bdf7-8bcbd1e8ade4.html

    How does one defend the use of Remdesivir as the NIH’s approved choice when it is proven to not save lives – at a cost of $3,100 per dose – while Ivermectin obviously reduces mortality?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/15/health/coronavirus-remdesivir-who.html

    https://www.npr.org/sections/health...-at-more-than-3-100-for-a-course-of-treatment


    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/15/health/coronavirus-remdesivir-who.html

    Beyond that, courts have consistently held that a patient should have the right to try another treatment to save their life when all else has failed.

    https://yated.com/right-to-try-wins-in-court-again/

    Indeed, a patient's right to select their own medical treatment is considered fundamental and is protected by the US Constitution, and it is underscored in the Declaration of Independence.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_284902bc-14be-11ec-8d43-43e98275cff8.html

    Over thirteen days, Smith faithfully got the Ivermectin, and began to improve, said Dr. Wagshul. It looked like Ralph Lorigo had worked another miracle.


    And then the unthinkable occurred. A new judge ordered the Ivermectin stopped against the wishes of his wife, his family, and Dr. Wagshul.

    And soon after that, 51-year-old Jeffrey Smith's life ended.

    Judge Michael Oster reversed the ruling before Smith could receive the entire three weeks of court-ordered Ivermectin. As a result, he only received 13 doses out of the 21 mandated by the previous order. According to Ralph Lorigo, lead attorney, "they were planning to begin weaning off the ventilator."

    https://www.10tv.com/article/news/l...d-19/530-350de523-7194-4650-817d-1e683001c91d

    “This is a man who has been helped by the medication, and this is a judge who just doesn’t get it right,” Lorigo said.


    Dr. Wagshul, who prescribed the Ivermectin, was upset.

    He commented, " I will never understand why any hospital would refuse to try this drug on a patient that had zero to lose."

    However, perhaps I can enlighten readers on why a hospital would fight a family in court to remove their last hope. Maybe I can clarify precisely why a high-powered legal team would fight a dying 51-year-old man and his tearful wife.

    West Chester Hospital is proudly affiliated with UC Cincinnati Health, and they are in turn heavily funded by the NIH. For example, they are part of the ACTIV-2 program.

    According to the referenced article, "ACTIV-2 is sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which also funds the ACTG.”


    https://www.rcnky.com/articles/2020...nnati-evaluate-covid-19-therapeutic-treatment


    Cincinnati's UC Health also figured heavily in Moderna’s Phase 3 COVID-19 Vaccine clinical trial last year.

    https://www.journal-news.com/news/c...cine-what-to-know/2VH26SIL6FGLXKMG3YJNDE56XU/

    And any support of a repurposed drug that is effective on COVID could endanger the public support – and profits - of the vaccine program and the new antiviral medications like Molnupiravir. Because if the word got out that a safe drug like Ivermectin could save dying comatose patients on ventilators from COVID-19, Big Pharma and Big Regulators would be in trouble.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_2e03f334-252f-11ec-a086-eb72bc65ec02.html


    UC Cincinnati holds great sway over Butler County, its courts, and Cincinnati in general to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.

    In 2020 alone, the Office of Research at The University of Cincinnati reported $273 million in funding, the vast majority of it coming from the Federal Government. More than $250 million came from Federal Sources like the NIH.

    https://research.uc.edu/facts-figures

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  12. theflyingnun

    theflyingnun Archangels

    From Above
    UC Cincinnati has been a darling of the NIH since at least 2007, a year in which research money flowed in at a record pace at $333.5 million.

    "The Academic Health Center and affiliates - supported mostly by NIH grants - brought in more than $270 million in 2007. That represents 81 percent of the university's total research dollars."

    https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2007/11/26/daily17.html


    By contrast, the renowned Cleveland Clinic received less than half that amount - $134 million - in NIH funding in 2020.

    Arguably, the Cincinnati area was the worst place for Jeffrey Smith to apply for Ivermectin.

    https://my.clevelandclinic.org/departments/lerner-research/outcomes/820-federal-awards

    So what is truly tragic is that Jeffrey Smith did not go to a different hospital, further away from the influence of Cincinnati medicine, to another area perhaps closer to Dayton, where Wright State University is located. Dr. Wagshul holds a Clinical Instructor position there.

    Wright State University only received $5.6 million from the NIH in 2020.

    https://report.nih.gov/award/index....orgid=253101&distr=&rfa=&om=y&pid=&view=state


    Perhaps Jeffrey Smith could have received a fair trial in Montgomery County, located just 30 miles north of Butler County, Ohio. If only he had continued the Ivermectin for the entire three weeks, he might have gone on to the planned weaning off the ventilator like Judith Smentkiewicz and John Swanson, other Lorigo cases.

    It is worth noting that when Judith Smentkiewicz’s Ivermectin was stopped, she immediately began to worsen. Then upon resumption, she continued to improve, ultimately going home. Here, instead, Jeffrey Smith might be alive today had he chosen to go to a different hospital. A hospital located in another county, one with another court and judge - one less under the thumb of UC Cincinnati. A hospital that did not stop his Ivermectin.

    So, Dr. Wagshul, I agree with you that it is wrong, immoral, and against everything America and physicians stand for; however, we are fighting forces stronger than Big Tobacco.


    Dr. Wagshul commented further in a written statement, "The passing of Jeffrey Smith is tragic and leaves an unimaginable void in the lives of Jeffrey's family - including his wife, Julie, and his three children. When the Critical Care doctors at West Chester Hospital told Mrs. Smith that there was nothing more they could do for her husband, she begged them to try Ivermectin - a 35-year-old drug that is rated as one of the world's safest drugs. Its efficacy in all stages of COVID-19 has been demonstrated in over 65 studies..."

    He went on, "A government system that picks winning and losing drugs is dysfunctional - restricting treatments while looking for the next great thing. We must end political interference in the practice of medicine and restore the sacred doctor/patient relationship. Furthermore, the right to openly exchange scientific findings without censorship must be preserved. Patients and their health must always remain our top priority. May Jeffrey Smith's memory be a blessing forever."


    https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-...ent-on-the-tragic-death-of-Jeffrey-Smith.jpeg

    Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Pierre Kory, Dr. George Fareed, and others recently spoke in Rome, Italy, at the COVID Summit and called for all physicians and scientists to join them in the Rome Physician's Declaration to do just that.

    The Declaration calls upon the restoration of the physician-patient relationship, the ending of political intrusion into this, and an end to physician censorship.

    If you believe in a dying patient's right to receive a physician-prescribed safe and repurposed drug, please join us.

    Dr. Wagshul relies on ethics to support his position. He cites both the Hippocratic oath of a physician and the Talmud.

    “It is written in the Talmud that ‘those who save one life save the entire world.’ Where there is life, there is hope. If we forget that as doctors, and if we throw up our hands and do not try everything we know to save every life we can, then we are in violation of the oath we took to act in the best interest of every patient - every patient.”


    https://rescue.substack.com/p/doctors-to-the-rescue-fred-wagshul

    Albert Schweitzer, a 1952 Nobel Laureate, wrote, “Ethics, too, are nothing but reverence for life. This is what gives me the fundamental principle of morality, namely, that good consists in maintaining, promoting, and enhancing life, and that destroying, injuring, and limiting life are evil.”

    On the other hand, corporations like Big Tobacco have but one obligation. And that is to maximize shareholder profits regardless of any death and destruction they cause along the way. But, unfortunately, we are now witnessing Big Pharma’s adoption of Big Tobacco’s strategy to defeat Ivermectin – and it has already cost us hundreds of thousands of lives.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_fc17022e-9ba6-11eb-8c7b-633764c1bf9e.html


    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_fc17022e-9ba6-11eb-8c7b-633764c1bf9e.html

    We now have caught Big Regulators and Big Media red-handed in lying to us about the conflation of animal Ivermectin with the human version. In addition, we have witnessed the wholesale use of informational flooding propaganda against us.

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_19b8f2a6-0f29-11ec-94c1-4725bf4978c6.html

    https://www.thedesertreview.com/the...cle_a553b7f2-1a31-11ec-881a-a7df53e98d65.html

    We have caught the World Health Organization in a lie about Ivermectin. While they passed out millions of Ivermectin home kits in Uttar Pradesh, India, at the same time, they [falsely] told us it was dangerous and ineffective.


    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_9a37d9a8-1fb2-11ec-a94b-47343582647b.html

    The time has come to demand honesty and integrity from our governmental agencies charged with the fiduciary duty of safeguarding our health. They cannot serve two masters, corporate profits and us.

    They must choose our lives over their money.

    If you agree with me that repurposed drugs can help save your life not just from viruses but from other diseases, including terminal cancer, please stand up now for patient rights. Big Pharma will never allow this without a fight, and we must be up to that fight - if not for you, then for your children and grandchildren.

    We cannot allow courts to restrict a patient's treatment options to only Big Pharma-endorsed drugs.


    https://www.amazon.com/Surviving-Cancer-COVID-19-Disease-Repurposed/dp/0998055425

    If you wish to live in a country that values your health above the NIH’s profits, please ask your doctor to sign this Declaration.
    https://www.thedesertreview.com/opi...cle_ea321d9a-2ae0-11ec-90b8-fb216c598d03.html
     
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    garabandal Powers

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  14. maryrose

    maryrose Powers

    Al good here. I took the horse paste for 3 days. No ill effects. I'm grand now. Thanks for your prayers. Really appreciate all the good advice and the prayer on this forum.
     
  15. Adoremus

    Adoremus Powers

    Glad you're feeling better Maryrose. I felt better a few days ago but went downhill again yesterday. Haven't been able to get out of bed for 2 days. Exhausted and very weak. And now my sister and her husband have come down with it. Please keep up the prayers everyone.
     
  16. AED

    AED Powers

    Glad to hear this maryrose. Good news!
     
  17. AED

    AED Powers

    Keeping up the prayers.have you got the "I vitamin?"
     
  18. Francine

    Francine Principalities


    Praying for all of you.
     
  19. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Praying, Adoremus
     
  20. Beth B

    Beth B Beth Marie

    Thank you HH…I just received a text about the novena…I hope the word spreads…!
     
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