During the March 27 episode of the Brighteon.TV program "Pass The Salt," he disclosed to program host Coach Dave Daubenmire that he was prevented from using hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) during his stint at the Billie Jean King COVID Hospital in Queens, New York. He added that the left-leaning investors all bought up the HCQ so nobody can have it.
"We didn't put too many people on the ventilator because we didn't need to [and] because HCQ cured them," he told Daubenmire. "And then, we found people who were being transferred from Manhattan hospitals where the doctors in Manhattan were actually using [intravenous] vitamin C and some other pretty effective antiviral things that work all the time."
As an alternative to HCQ, Thurston – a board-certified emergency doctor with about 50 years of experience under his belt – utilized antibodies from a patient who had COVID-19 and recovered.
He noted that HCQ, ivermectin and quercetin are called ionophores because they contain the zinc ion that kills SARS-CoV-2. While vitamins C and D help the immune system, zinc is what actually kills the pathogen responsible for COVID-19.
Thurston's treatment protocol is reminiscent of the Zelenko protocol used by the late Dr. Vladimir "Zev" Zelenko, who died of cancer in June 2022 at the age of 48. The Ukrainian-born family physician initially used a combination of zinc, the antibiotic azithromycin and HCQ for his eponymous protocol. He later shifted to using quercetin after HCQ was prohibited for use against COVID-19 in his home state of New York. (Related: Dr. Zev Zelenko discusses his Covid treatment protocol with Clay Clark – Brighteon.TV.)
Thurston also advised against getting the COVID-19 injection because it wipes out all the natural antibodies that protect the body from disease.
Thurston lamented how standard medicine has gone down the drain nowadays, adding that COVID-19 protocols in hospitals are actually killing people instead of helping them get well.
He debunked claims that there is a 0.01 percent chance of surviving a COVID-19 infection. According to Thurston, people who died of COVID-19 had other conditions such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension and allergies to drugs such as lisinopril.
Massive doses of steroids, which many hospitals used to address COVID-19, also suppressed patients' immune systems. The physician stressed that large doses of steroids were unnecessary, and that only a little puff from a budesonide aerosol inhaler would do. Isolated hospital rooms were also a problem as they were negative pressure rooms, Thurston added.
His use of antibodies from a person who previously had COVID also landed him in hot water. Thurston's efforts to imbue patients with "passive immunity" from antibodies cost him his job at a Laredo hospital. The doctor's act of saving lives also compromised the hospital's "bounty" amounting to between $35,000 and $100,000 per deceased COVID-19 victim.
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