A well-qualified physician who works as an internist and cardiologist, as well as a professor of medicine at Texas A&M University Health Sciences Center, Dr. McCullough says up to 85 percent of the "over 500,000 deaths in the United States" that have been blamed on Chinese germs could have been prevented had platforms like Facebook and Twitter allowed the truth to be told about safe and effective remedies like zinc and green tea.
The editor of two major medical journals and the most published person in history in his field, Dr. McCullough also says that the present high level of "herd immunity" proves that there is "no scientific, clinical or safety rationale" behind continuing to mass vaccinate people for the Chinese virus.
From the beginning, Dr. McCullough personally refused to follow the government's misguided recommendations concerning the Wuhan flu. Rather than let his patients "languish at home with no treatment and then be hospitalized when it was too late," Dr. McCullough instead "put together a team of doctors" to evaluate "appropriately prescribed off-label use of conventional medicine" to help treat them.
Dr. McCullough explains all about what he and his team learned throughout this process in a paper that was published in the American Journal of Medicine.
"The interesting thing was, (that while) there were 50,000 papers in the peer-reviewed literature on COVID, not a single one told the doctor how to treat it," he says.
"When does that happen? I was absolutely stunned! And when this paper was published ... it became ... the most cited paper in basically all of medicine at that time in the world."
With his daughter's help, Dr. McCullough put together a video incorporating four slides from his peer-reviewed paper, which was published in one of the best medical journals in the world. This video "went absolutely viral" on YouTube, though it was pulled within a week for violating "the terms of the community."
Sen. Bob Johnson, responding to the "near total block on any information of treatments to patients" who test "positive" for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), held a hearing back in November to address Big Tech censorship. Dr. McCullough was the lead witness during that hearing.
"No wonder we have had 45,000 deaths in Texas," Dr. McCullough stated, noting that both the media and politicians were aggressively defiant against all information on early treatments for the Chinese virus.
"The average person in Texas thinks there's no treatment!" he added, explaining that there are viable remedies out there that can help prevent a Chinese virus infection from causing serious harm or death.
Last August, we revealed that these remedies include not just hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) but also zinc and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a polyphenol found in green tea.
"What has gone on has been beyond belief!" Dr. McCullough further lamented about the continued suppression of truth by the mainstream media and Big Tech.
"How many of you have turned on a local news station, or a national cable news station, and ever gotten an update on treatment at home? How many of you have ever gotten a single word about what to do when you get handed the diagnosis of COVID-19? That is a complete and total failure at every level!"
Dr. McCullough rightfully criticized the White House, both under Donald Trump and Joe Biden, for failing to assemble a panel of doctors to "pull their last efforts to stop these hospitalizations" and prevent "a complete and total travesty to have a fatal disease and not treat it."
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