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Who Should NOT Get "Gene-ed"

Good interview and great content on the gene therapy from Dr. Lindsey Berkson


Dr. Peter McCullough is a practicing internist and cardiologist and Professor of Medicine at Texas A & M College of Medicine. Dr. McCullough has broadly published on a range of topics in medicine with > 1000 publications and > 600 citations in the National Library of Medicine.

He testified in front of the Texas State Senate in March of 2021 that our battle against the pandemic is missing “early intervention”. On November 19, 2020, Dr. McCullough also testified in the US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs concerning early ambulatory treatment of high-risk patients with COVID-19.

Dr. Peter McCullough has become an expert on Covid-19. He believes that Covid is treatable with a combination of medications, especially if those medications are started early while the disease is still mild. He shares what can we do at home (along with a smart doctor’s help) to avoid ending up in the ER or ICU. In our conversation you will hear the protocol details that diverse doctors around the world are successfully using.

Dr. McCullough feels that there have been “world-wide” blunders in how Covid has been addressed by governments around the globe.

In this show you will learn:

  • Who are the best candidates for the vaccine?

  • Who may not be safe candidates for the vaccine?

  • What combination of medications help Covid at what stages of the illness and info your doctors should know about.

  • About retracted papers on hydroxychloroquine and why the previously prestigious Lancet has lost some of its prestige.

  • About randomized trials on Ivermectin but issues with the ones the WHO held as highest.

  • What nutrients are helpful, though not curative, a list you need to know!

  • The controversy of “durable antibodies”.

  • Who is really guilty of “flawed thinking” and who is not?


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