Is there deception involved in the COVID-19 response? Here is an article by Gary Heavin that gives a great perspective for all to consider.
When it comes to safe, effective, and affordable therapies for COVID-19, large pharmaceutical companies and some medical professionals appear to have an agenda of deceit. What could possibly be the motive behind this great deception? Money.
I’ve been speaking with my friends, which includes medical doctors and other highly educated people, about the treatments that they would seek if they were diagnosed with COVID-19. Most of them had no idea what course of treatment they or their families might seek. This conundrum is due in part to the massive volume of information that is being thrown at us, much of which is deliberately deceptive.
This article has two purposes. First, to help you understand the deceit that large pharmaceutical companies, their enablers at the FDA, CDC, NIH, WHO, the MSM, and officials in high government positions are perpetrating on you, your family, and likely your doctor.
The second purpose is to arm you with the necessary information to ensure that you receive the best treatment options from your health care provider. Knowledge is power.
Let me begin by stating that I’m not a medical doctor and I’m not offering medical advice. I do have a Bachelor of Science degree in health, nutrition, and counseling. I’ve written two NY Times bestselling books on women’s health and fitness and I have been awarded an honorary doctorate degree. However, you will need to determine your treatment options with your personal physician.
The Great Deception
When it comes to safe, effective, and affordable therapies for COVID-19, large pharmaceutical companies, medical professionals like Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx, and many others appear to have an agenda of deceit.
The most obvious example is their ongoing effort to ridicule the treatment option of hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, and zinc. We all heard the harsh criticism that President Trump received when he promoted this protocol for COVID-19. Hydroxychloroquine has been around for almost 70 years as a treatment for malaria, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis. The WHO [World Health Organization] has designated it as a safe and effective medication akin to taking aspirin. Moreover, a survey of 6,000 medical doctors affirmed it as their treatment of choice for COVID-19.
Hydroxychloroquine is an ionophore, which means it can transport material through the cellular wall. Zinc is a mineral that stops the replication of the COVID-19 virus within the cell. Hydroxychloroquine transports zinc into the cell so that it can stop the replication of the virus. The Z-pack antibiotic [azithromycin] is given to prevent opportunistic bacterial infections like pneumonia from occurring while your immune system is engaged in fighting your viral infection. The key to its effectiveness is to start this treatment at the early onset of COVID-19 so that it has time to work.
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