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Status of Recommendations
The non-FDA protocols discussed have been developed by experienced physicians treating both outpatient and hospitalized patients for over 50+ years. They have NOT been adopted by medical consensus as standard of care, are considered experimental, and are not covered by insurance in spite of a tremendous amount of research and clinical experience by physicians worldwide. While clinical experience and research to date are promising, these products have not been proven to be safe and effective by prospective, randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled studies acceptable to US medical associations and regulatory bodies. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved IV Na EDTA or IV Ca EDTA Chelation to reverse Heart Disease, IV Vitamin C and IV Ozone to support immune function, Peri-Spinal Etanercept for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury and such use is considered “off-label.”
Regarding Covid 19: The Ivermectin/Mask+ Protocol has been developed by experienced physicians treating hospitalized COVID-19 patients; at this time, it has not been adopted as a medical consensus. While clinical experience and research to date are promising, these products have not been proven to be safe and effective by prospective, randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled studies acceptable to US medical associations and regulatory bodies. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved Ivermectin or the Mask+ protocol for COVID-19 and such use is considered “off-label.” Based on increasing evidence, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently upgraded its Ivermectin recommendation from “do not use” to “neither for nor against,” the same as for monoclonal antibodies and convalescent plasma. No treatment, however, including Ivermectin or the Mask+ Protocol, has been accepted by our public health system as proven to prevent, mitigate or treat COVID-19.
Public Health Notice
The Ivermectin/Mask+ Protocol is not a substitute for preventive measures. Patients using the preventive protocols should follow all measures recommended by public health authorities, including social distancing, masking, and vaccinations as appropriate.
The dietary ingredients, vitamins, supplements, and “off label” [meaning not approved by FDA] use of medications and or products discussed are not intended for use by consumers to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information contained on this Website has NOT been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.