Here at earlycovidcare.org you can learn about the history, safety and current usage of effective drug treatments for COVID-19, and find doctors who are available either in person or by telemedicine to provide expert early outpatient treatment for COVID patients. Just scroll down to review the evidence in support of COVID treatments, find guidance for clinicians, or see the latest from the Early COVID Care Experts.
November 18, 2021: In response to a FOIA lawsuit the FDA has requested 55 years to publish data on Pfizer’s vaccine — compared to just 108 days for approval.
November 16, 2021: Dr. Peter McCullough has filed a lawsuit against publisher Elsevier for its unprecedented censorship of a paper on myocarditis risks of COVID vaccines in children.
November 11, 2021: The CDC cannot document a single case in which an individual with natural immunity from prior infection spread COVID to others, negating the rationale for requiring recovered individuals to be vaccinated.
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Review the Evidence
COVID-19 can be treated with safe drugs and nutritional supplements, which work best when used together starting early in the illness, ideally before the patient has been hospitalized. Early treatment has been shown to dramatically reduce symptoms, hospitalization, and mortality. With ECCE you can read about the history, safety and current usage of these medicines, whose efficacy against COVID-19 has been established by numerous randomized and observational controlled trials, as well as understand the difference between these two kinds of studies.
The Early COVID Care Experts have compiled dozens of high-quality studies supporting early treatment for COVID-19. Just click below to review the evidence.
Find A Doctor
There are thousands of caring, committed clinicians across the United States and around the world who are willing to treat COVID-19 with safe, readily available drugs and nutraceuticals. Many of these healthcare professionals can be reached via online video consultations, and in many cases they can call prescriptions in directly to your neighborhood pharmacy. Click below to find a doctor near you or schedule a telemedicine consultation and craft a treatment plan that’s right for you.
Guidance for Clinicians
Our Early COVID Care Experts have compiled the most recent guidance for treating COVID-19, including specific advice for treatment in both the outpatient and inpatient contexts, as well as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and minimizing vaccine side effects.
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Targeted sequential multidrug treatment
Click here to go directly to the definitive guidance for targeted sequential multidrug treatment by the Early COVID Care Experts.
The scientific literature collected here establishes unequivocally that protective immunity following natural infection with SARS-CoV-2 is robust, durable and long-lasting. The underlying immunology is clear with repeated examples of recovered persons producing durable antibodies, memory B cells, and durable polyfunctional CD4+ and CD8+ T cells, as well as bone-marrow plasma cells that produce antibodies as needed with re-exposure, targeting multiple targets on the COVID-19 virus. In total, the evidence is clear that immunity persists in persons who have cleared the virus and recovered.
Can Vaccines Stop The Pandemic? The Scientific Evidence
Accumulating scientific evidence shows that COVID-19 vaccines are failing against the Delta variant, including data from the United States, United Kingdom and Israel demonstrating they do not prevent infection or transmission, and further suggests Delta is evolving in response to the vaccines. Scientific research indicates that the vaccinated present high viral loads comparable to the unvaccinated, and are therefore equally infectious. While vaccines confer temporary protection for high-risk individuals against severe disease, they cannot stop the pandemic and are therefore unnecessary for low-risk individuals, including healthy children with no co-morbidities.
Mandates Aren’t Supported By Science
The following research papers and studies raise doubts that COVID vaccine mandates are backed by science and good public-health practice. Anyone seeking to challenge these mandates should consult these carefully. They demonstrate that these mandates provide no overall health benefit to the community and can even be harmful. Instead, the decision to accept the vaccine should be made by individuals according to their own assessment of risks in consultation with informed medical professionals.
Watch Expert Testimony Before the U.S. Senate
Dr. Peter McCullough
Dr. Peter McCullough testifies to the U.S. Senate about COVID-19 treatment (15:00)
Dr. Harvey Risch
Dr. Harvey Risch testifies to the U.S. Senate about COVID-19 treatment (21:00)
Dr. George Fareed
Dr. George Fareed testifies to the U.S. Senate about COVID-19 treatment (32:30)
Dr. Ramin Oskoui
Dr. Ramin Oskoui testifies to the U.S. Senate about COVID-19 treatment (16:00)
See the latest from the Early COVID Care Experts
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FLORIDA COVID SUMMIT
November 6, 2021
World thought leaders in COVID treatment and vaccine science met in Ocala, FL
Dr. Peter McCullough
October 25, 2021
Dr. McCullough discusses long-haul COVID and vaccine side-effects with Dr. Al Johnson.
Myocarditis Paper Censored
October 23, 2021
Podcasters examine the unprecedented censorship of a paper by Dr. Peter McCullough and Jessica Rose by publisher Elsevier.
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“Dr. Peter McCullough sues medical journal for refusing to publish study showing COVID shot risks for children.” LifeSiteNews, November 16, 2021.
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“Twenty Steps to End the Madness.” Brownstone Institute, September 23, 2021.
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McCullough et al.
“Role of hydroxychloroquine in multidrug treatment of COVID-19.” Rev Cardiovasc Med, September 24, 2021 22(3): 545-546.
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COVID Treatment Advocates
The movement for COVID-19 treatment is a global community of groups and individuals united by the common goal of saving lives and reducing suffering. Below is a list of some of the other groups in the network: