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Of top concern right now are those going into the hospital who are unable to access medications and treatments they feel are necessary for recovery, such as Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, Budesonide, etc.

Instead, our friends and family are being given an outdated NIH protocol which includes Remdesivir. If you do not know about his drug, please research it! The origins and history are very unsettling. It’s important to understand this information and to have documents in hand in case you need to advocate for yourself or someone you know.

Click here to learn how to be a patient advocate for your loved one.

Here are a few key points: 

  • Remdesivir was created by Gilead for the treatment of Ebola.
  • In a study published in December 2019 funded, in part, by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), four drugs were used to determine safety and efficacy to treat Ebola. Of the four drugs, Remdesivir was the deadliest and was removed prematurely from the trial. The study states: “Among patients in the Remdesivir group, the estimated median time was more than 28 days because mortality exceeded 50%.”
  • In another article published on NIH’s website from this study, it states: “After results from the first 499 participants had been reviewed, the trial’s safety monitors recommended that two drugs—ZMapp and remdesivir—be dropped from the remainder of the trial. These two drugs were much less effective at preventing death.”
  • 32 (60%) of 53 remaining patients reported adverse events including increased liver enzymes, diarrhea, rash, and kidney function impairment. Twelve patients (23%) had “serious” adverse events including multiple-organ-dysfunction syndrome, septic shock, acute kidney injury, and hypotension (low blood pressure). Coincidentally, each of these symptoms have also been identified as alleged Covid-19 symptoms. 
  • One might think that Dr. Fauci chose Remdesivir as the treatment of choice during this pandemic due to much better results in treating Covid. Not the case. From NIH’s own site are the studies they are basing this protocol on. The results are not at all promising. Some of the statements include: “No statistically significant difference in mortality by Day 29 between RDV and placebo”; another study “No difference in time to clinical improvement, 28-day mortality, or rate of SARS-CoV-2 clearance between RDV-treated and placebo-treated patients” and another study “RDV did not decrease in-hospital mortality in hospitalized patients when compared to local SOC.” One of the studies did show some benefit with O2. Click here to see the chart. 

Despite this information the most recently updated protocols still include Remdesivir as a standard treatment for hospitalized patients receiving supplemental oxygen. Here are some key takeaways from the protocol: 

Pg. 59, if your condition worsens, they are instructed to continue treatment of Remdesivir:

Pg. 60-there is insufficient evidence for treatment:

Pg. 101-Monitoring for Remdesivir looks like there could be many problems associated with this experimental drug: 

In a more recent study published July 15th, 2021 in JAMA, it states, “The findings suggest that routine use of Remdesivir may be associated with increased use of hospital beds but not with improvements in survival.”

Now let’s compare the monitoring for Ivermectin from this same NIH protocol document. Ivermectin is not being given in hospitals, despite decades of safety data and recent trials showing promising results: 

Comparatively, in a thorough review of the 63 studies on Ivermectin, the authors state: 

“Ivermectin is an effective treatment for COVID-19. The probability that an ineffective treatment generated results as positive as the 63 studies to date is estimated to be 1 in 1 trillion. As expected for an effective treatment, early treatment is more successful, with an estimated reduction of 72% in the effect measured using random effects meta-analysis (RR 0.28 [0.18-0.45]). 37% and 96% lower mortality is observed for early treatment and prophylaxis (RR 0.63 [0.38-1.04] and 0.04 [0.00-0.59]). Statistically significant improvements are seen for mortality, hospitalization, recovery, cases, and viral clearance. The consistency of positive results across a wide variety of heterogeneous studies is remarkable, with 92% of the 63 studies reporting positive effects (27 statistically significant in isolation).”


  • Why is Remdesivir still being used as the standard protocol of care in our hospitals and why do the doctors and nurses not have this information?
  • Why are doctors not prescribing Ivermectin and other treatments that are proving to be effective if started right away?
  • And for those practitioners brave enough to prescribe these medications, why are pharmacies overriding these medical professionals and still refusing to fill these prescriptions?

Some of our doctors and nurses who are questioning the mainstream narrative by using critical thinking and data analysis to stand up to these harmful protocols are the same healthcare professionals being threatened with upcoming deadlines for vaccine mandates.

If their medical and religious exemptions are denied, not only will this further damage our already-struggling healthcare system (due to staff shortages, not lack of beds) but we will be losing our true healthcare heroes and advocates: the ones who use critical thinking to save lives vs. those who “just follow orders.” 

If this is the direction our current “healthcare” field is going, it will cause more of a societal divide, which is a little scary but, perhaps necessary. We believe this divide and transition will allow new opportunities for true healthcare systems to emerge. So let’s hang in there and be prepared with resources you need during this change!

What can we do?

We must each have a plan in place well ahead of time that includes the medications we might need for home treatment and a list of trusted healthcare professionals who can help.


Click here for the Zelenko Protocol and where to buy the necessary supplements. They are not expensive and most can be purchased at a local health food store or even the supplement section of a grocery.


Click here for information on the Ivermectin protocol put together by Pierre Kory’s team and where to buy the necessary supplements.

*None of the contents here are to be taken as medical advice and are for educational purposes only. Always do your own research and consult with a trusted healthcare professional before adding any new medication, supplement, or intervention to your protocol of care.