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The FLCCC News Capsule – February 27, 2022

Published On: February 27, 2022|
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has come under fire for failing to publish large segments of data related to COVID-19.  The data includes statistics on hospitalizations and the efficacy of booster shots. The importance of the data cannot be overstated because it contains information broken down by age, race, sex, vaccination and economic status. For example, the data would show who was at the greatest risk of hospitalization, who was more likely to get severe disease, and how well booster shots were working for various populations.

The New York Times broke the story.


Speaking of the CDC, an article entitled, ‘How the CDC Abandoned Science’ was published in Tablet Magazine on February 14 by Dr. Vinay Prasad. In his article, Dr. Prasad, a hematologist-oncologist, and associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California at San Francisco said that, “Throughout this pandemic, the CDC has been a poor steward of that balance [between being a scientific agency and a political agency], pushing a series of scientific results that are severely deficient. This research is plagued with classic errors and biases, and does not support the press-released conclusions that often follow.”

Furthermore, Dr. Prasad issued the following warning. “As a society, we cannot afford to allow this to occur. Impartial, honest appraisal is needed now more than ever, but it is unclear how we can achieve it.”


On Tuesday,  February 22, 2022, the CDC said it may be optimal for some people 12 and older to extend the time period between first and second shots — especially for males ages 12 to 39. The CDC altered its recommendation for this cohort in order to help reduce the risk of vaccine-associated myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart.


just posted study on the issue of post-vaccine myocarditis— by FLCCC physician Dr. Flavio Cadegiani— proposes a preliminary hypothesis as to why there have been increasing reports of myocarditis in young males. Briefly, the concentration of spike protein is responsible for elevated levels of catecholamines that influence cardiac arrhythmias, high blood pressure and myocarditis. (Catecholamines are hormones that are produced in the brain, nerve tissues and adrenal glands and they function as neurotransmitters. The main types of catecholamines are dopamine, Adrenalin and noradrenalin. Catecholamines can be measured in blood or urine.)

Dr. Flavio Cadegiani of Brazil

Dr. Cadegiani says the catecholamines are hyper-expressed in vaccinated young athletes. His study puts forth that the catecholamines are responsible for the higher incidence of myocarditis in these young male athletes—whose androgen levels can kick up catecholamines. This paper is the first to show the mechanism ‘chain of events’ that work to produce higher incidences of myocarditis in young male athletes. Now, his hypothesis will be tested across the world.


This week’s webinar featured Andy Schlafly, Esq, General Counsel of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons who joined Dr. Marik and Dr. Varon to discuss sham peer reviews. What ensued was a fascinating discussion of why sham peer reviews are becoming more common in hospitals seeking to oust “disruptive” physicians. (“Disruptive” is a euphemism for “independent thinking.”)


Why did hospitals spend a whopping $4.2 billion in the first 9 months of 2021 on a drug proven to be ineffective against COVID? Read Dr. Pierre Kory’s op-ed and discover how today’s physicians have “sold out to the highest bidder.”


Law students are competing this weekend in a mock trial known as The Walker Health Law Moot. The subject: A patient’s death allegedly resulted from a doctor’s refusal to administer MATH+ protocol. Judges include FLCCC’s Dr. Pierre Kory and CRNA Kristina Morros.


In times of upheaval, calamity or disaster, Mr. Rogers always advised to, “Look for the helpers. There are always helpers.” This is a heartfelt tribute to all the healthcare heroes who’ve risked their lives over and over again to save others in the midst of the pandemic.


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