Fueling the Healthcare Revolution for the Future (May 15)

  • kellyb

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    May 15, 2024 at 10:34 am EDT
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    You won’t want to miss this! A Special tribute to honor Dr. Kory as he moves into his independent role as FLCCC President Emeritus and Dr. Varon, FLCCC President & Chief Medical Officer, will share his vision for the FLCCC.

    Join us live and join the discussion!

  • Karen_flccc

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    May 15, 2024 at 7:44 pm EDT
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    Watch ‘FLCCC Honors Dr. Pierre Kory’ tribute video here: https://odysee.com/@FrontlineCovid19CriticalCareAlliance:c/FLCCC-Honors-Dr-Pierre-Kory:a

    Outreach and Advocacy Fund: https://geni.us/Advocacy

    FLCCC Benevolence fund: https://geni.us/Benevolence

    Dr. Pierre Kory’s practice, the Leading Edge Clinic: https://drpierrekory.com/

    Dr. Pierre Kory’s Medical Musings Substack https://pierrekorymedicalmusings.com/

  • Ryan

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    May 15, 2024 at 8:17 pm EDT
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    I am so proud of Pierre. Where would we be without him? He spoke out when so few others had the courage or the wherewithal to do so–and suffered greatly for it. We are blessed to have him watching out for us all!

  • drlora

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    May 15, 2024 at 8:19 pm EDT
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    Dr. Kory – words cannot express my personal gratitude, and the gratitude of millions, for your leadership of FLCCC over the past 4 years – I carry your book about Ivermectin with me almost everywhere I go – still using it to teach folks how to get well. I feel like I know you personally, so with much love and gratitude I wish you the best on the next phase of your journey.

  • arifa-goodman

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    May 15, 2024 at 8:39 pm EDT
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    I’m wondering about one thing I believe I heard Dr. Joe Varon say when he was talking about the new FLCCC Medical Journal. What I understood him to say was that the Journal wouldn’t be ale to present itself as reputable if it were somehow connected to Dr. Kory’s name (is this why Dr. Kory is stepping back?) and also if it endorsed the use of ivermectin. Did he really say that? Did he mean it? Because that would be unconscionable, in my view. The new Journal should be proud to carry Dr. Kory’s name on it, as well as endorse ivermectin. This is the honesty that the FLCCC stands for. I hope I totally misunderstood, and if so I apologize.

    • flccc-eric

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      May 15, 2024 at 8:54 pm EDT
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      You can review his exact statements at the below timestamp (link may go down as we shift to the final cut for tomorrow’s post).

      His statements of papers being rejected were in the context of the existing systems. If he submitted a paper to a leading journal, it was almost always rejected because he was connected with Dr. Kory, or Dr. Marik, or because it was related to Ivermectin, and so on.

      The context is expressing why we need a non-censorious journal to get out our important work. Good works of quality that are only being rejected out of politics or narrative controls.

      https://rumble.com/v4v8yat-fueling-the-healthcare-revolution-for-the-future-flccc-weekly-update-may-15.html?start=2911

  • arifa-goodman

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    May 15, 2024 at 11:05 pm EDT
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    OK, thanks Eric. Whew. That makes a lot more sense.

  • Karen_flccc

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    May 16, 2024 at 12:34 pm EDT
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    https://covid19criticalcare.com/honoring-dr-pierre-kory/

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