Trial Site News extensively cites FLCCC physicians and I-RECOVER Protocol in article Can Near Infrared Light Therapy Help Treat Long COVID? Some Health Professionals Think So.
“According to one definition, near-infrared light therapy uses directional low-power but high-fluency light, monochromatic or quasimonochromatic, from lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in the wavelengths, red to near-infrared, to mediate biological functions or to promote therapeutic effects in a safe way. See the report from the International Journal of Medical Sciences.
This class of light therapy falls under the umbrella of a class of products called photo-biomodulation therapy or “PBMT.”
Read the article.