Carol begged them to continue to give Larry ivermectin and his vitamins, they said no. She begged them not to use Remdesivir on Larry, but when she received Larry’s medical records after he died, she discovered they gave him Remdesivir right away for many days. She is putting Larry’s story on the record.
Name withheld by request. She received monoclonal antibodies, followed the FLCCC guidelines and had a mild COVID experience. However, her husband was hospitalized with COVID and, sadly, passed away after a month.
Reuven was told that Ruth was relatively stable. She was actually responding poorly to their ineffective treatment. Ruth and Reuven’s story is now on the Record.
They Forged Her Dad's Signature on the Consent Form. Mandy’s dad Marven had a stroke and was taken to hospital. After nearly dying, he was in severe pain. An unsuccessful operation added complications. There was a lot that didn’t make sense. When Mandy investigated she became furious. This story needed to be on the record.
Allison Lakosky was born with muscular dystrophy. Jill, her mom, recalls her daughter's heartbreaking hospital treatment for COVID.
Connor Callanan created this film about his father John's illness, hospital stay, and slow road to recovery to spark curiosity and conversation about some of the alarming issues our world is facing.
An Insider's View: COVID-19 Treatment in Hospital, Filmmaker Connor Callanan, who documented his dad's hospital treatment, and attorney Ralph Lorigo join Dr. Kory and Betsy Ashton.
Eliscia and her brother had the COVID hospital protocol from FLCCC for their mother. They were laughed at, and told it was political. The FLCCC guidelines couldn’t be used. Their hands were tied. Eliscia wanted this on the record.
When Doug got COVID on December 13, 2020, Kelly, his wife, asked their doctor for hydroxychloroquine for her husband. The doctor said, “That doesn't work. Doug's healthy. Just let it run it's course.” Watch Kelly’s For The Record now.
Dr. Andrew Johnstone’s patient was told by her husband's physician that "Ivermectin is horse paste."
‘Hospital COVID Protocols: Legal and Policy Recourse’ with Lori Bontell and attorneys Jeff Childers and Shawn McBride.
Liana and her husband continued to go downhill with COVID, she took matters into her own hands and found an M.D. who prescribed ivermectin.
View from the ICU with Dr. Jose Iglesias and Dr. Joseph Varon, who share their experiences straight from the Intensive Care Unit.
Making a difference at the local level is the topic with guests Melissa Blasek, Rep. New Hampshire House of Representatives, and Bernadette Pajer, self-confessed Momma Bear, and co-host of An Informed Life Radio. The panel reviewed successful state-level efforts to protect doctor-patient rights and expand access to ivermectin and other repurposed medications to treat COVID-19.
In early 2022, Maria and her whole family came down with COVID-19. They were able to get a prescription for ivermectin, but CVS wouldn’t fill it and when they were able to find a small pharmacy to fill it, there wasn’t enough for everyone. Maria’s husband gave his to her brother. The entire family recovered, but Maria’s husband ended up in the hospital. This is the tragic story of what happened from there.
In this week's FLCCC webinar, we asked "What the @#$%! is going on in Canada?" Hosted by Betsy Ashton, Dr. Marik and Dr. Kory are joined by special guests Lena and Justine, as well as David Ross, the President of Canadian COVID Care Alliance.
Lena and her son tested positive for COVID-19 at the same time. Lena decided to treat herself at home with the help of her daughter. For a week she was ok, but then found herself incredibly tired, to the point where she could no longer lift her arms. Lena’s daughter sent an email to the Canadian Covid Care Alliance and she was able to get in touch with Dr. Ira Bernstein in Ontario.
Dr. Fred Wagshul and nurse anesthetist Kristina Morros on the I-MASK+ protocol to avoid hospitals.
The Growing Caseload: Families Nationwide Sue Hospitals to Use Ivermectin to Save COVID Patients is a report from western New York that mentions FLCCC advisor Ralph Lorigo, Esq..
Patients’ Rights on Trial: Going to Court to Get Hospitals to Treat Dying COVID Patients with ivermectin
Patients’ Rights on Trial: Going to Court to Get Hospitals to Treat Dying COVID Patients with ivermectin, FLCCC Weekly Update September 8, 2021.
A quick, one-minute break out video from the Weekly Update of the FLCCC doctors discussing How To Stay Out of the Hospital.
When Sue Dickinson, became critically ill with COVID-19, her daughters asked the intensive care doctor to try Ivermectin for their mom. They had conducted research on the medicine that was saving other critically ill patients from COVID-19. When the doctor refused, they contacted a lawyer to obtain a court order to compel the hospital to do so. What happened next was astounding.
Three days before Christmas, Judith Smentkiewicz tested positive for Covid. After several weeks in ICU a family member saw Dr. Pierre Kory’s testimony before the Senate. They researched Dr. Kory’s papers and demanded the hospital give her Ivermectin. 48 hours after the first dose, Judith was taken off the ventilator and moved out of the ICU
Dr. Manny Espinoza was a critically ill COVID-19 patient who was quickly deteriorating. His wife, also a physician, learned of the FLCCC’s MATH+ Hospital Treatment Protocol and acted quickly to have her husband flown to United Memorial Medical Center in Houston to give him access to the drug that would save his life.