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Childhood Vaccines: A Common-sense Approach (World Council for Health)

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The number of vaccines given to babies and children has increased dramatically without the necessary due diligence by regulatory authorities. Parents are urged to adopt a common-sense, ‘Safer to Wait” approach. Growing international concerns about vaccine regulatory processes and vaccine safety have emerged following the widespread regulatory failure of Covid-19 vaccines. The Covid-19 crisis has demonstrated that regulatory bodies, once public watchdogs, are now at best incompetent and at worst have been deeply corrupted by pharmaceutical industry interests. In the context of emerging revelations of regulatory body incompetence and corruption, e.g. The Perseus Report , the WCH Health and Science Committee notes that: Several research studies now indicate that vaccinated children have far worse health outcomes with higher rates of many chronic diseases than non-vaccinated children. The integrity of scientific research and the regulatory process of childhood vaccines, including the new n

FLCCC I-Care for Kids: Prevention and Treatment Protocol in Children and Adolescents (2023)

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Most children with COVID-19 handle the virus well and recover fully. Despite a lot of fear-mongering, COVID is not a deadly disease for most children. In fact, data show that the death rate is extremely low in patients under 17 years old. This guide aims to help you understand the real risks and know how to respond. The best thing you can do is focus on making sure your child is healthy overall and that their immune system is strong and robust. Recommended Therapies Here's the summary (details and dosing below): Vitamin D : Adequate Vitamin D levels help our bodies fight inflammation and boosts immunity. Vitamin C : An excellent antiviral that protects against a wide variety of viruses including COVID-19. Vitamin A : Found in red, yellow, and orange vegetables and a main component in cod liver oil. Zinc :

Find a Doctor to prescribe Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin and Early Outpatient Treatments (2024)

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Treatment should start based on clinical suspicion as soon as possible, preferably within the first 3 days of symptoms. Perform PCR testing, but do not withhold treatment pending results. 'Early' treatment will make significant difference in outcome as opposed to late treatment.    To assist all who are having difficulty finding pharmacists to fill prescriptions for ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil) for preventing or treating  COVID-19 , check out  Find a Pharmacy to fill Ivermectin  (US). See the directory of professionals in US below. Directory of Doctors (by State) Prescribing Effective Outpatient COVID-19 Therapy USA ​ MULTIPLE STATES (Telemedicine or online consultation) The Wellness Company ( twc.health ) Medical Specialty: Family Medicine, Functional Medicine Supported Protocols: I-PREVENT (COVID Protection), I-CARE (Early at-home treatment), I-RECOVER (Long COVID and Post-Vaccine treatme

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