One doctor was forced to treat his patients with a toxic medication in the hospital according to the C-19 treatment protocol using generic FDA-approved drugs.
Dr. Paul Marik, a respiratory physician, talked at the conference on December 7, 2021. He is the co-founder of the Frontline Critical Care Covid-19 Alliance, the first organization to develop a successful multi-drug protocol to treat C-19 positive patients hospitalized in critical care units. The chief of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School, Dr. Marik, spoke at the conference.
Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender
“The NIH, the CDC, WHO said there’s no treatment. It’s supportive care. Which was completely absurd,” he said.
“So patients were admitted to New York hospital, they were put on ventilators. They got no specific treatment. And then that mortality was 90 percent.”
The doctor said that the protocol from the last year had a regimen of FDA-approved drugs, including methylprednisolone, ascorbic acid, and anticoagulant heparin. Also, he suggested using the drugs Ivermectin, fluvoxamine, and Vitamin C.
“We did really well compared to national averages,” he said. “And then, inexplicably, October 5, my hospital system, Sentara Health Care System, sent out a system-wide memorandum basically targeting me personally and banning the use of ivermectin, fluvoxamine, anti-androgen therapy, and discouraging the use of vitamin C.”
Marik said that he was forced to use Remdesivir, the drug that “increases the risk of renal failure and liver failure.”
The doctor added that he was forced to use the toxic drug rather than safe, effective, and cheap medications.
“All seven patients died,” he said. “It was an absolute outrage, including a 32-year-old woman and a 40-year-old man, and I had to stand by and watch idly as these patients died. It broke my heart, and I was broken, so I really had no option. It was either to quit or [file] an injunction against the hospital.”
The brave doctor decided to file a suit against the hospital system on November 9, arguing that the drugs he used were safe and FDA approved. Also, he sued Sentara; the JICM retracted an article that Marik co-authored on his MATH+ protocol, “concerns about the accuracy of COVID-19 hospital mortality data reported in the article pertaining to Sentara.”
— FLCCC—Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (@Covid19Critical) November 18, 2021
The same article said that JICM “conducted a careful review of our data for patients with COVID-19 from March 22, 2020, to July 20, 2020, and arriving at the conclusion that the article co-authored by Marik calculated an incorrect mortality rate which is used to back up its claim of risk reduction resulting from the MATH+ protocol.”
“This case is about whether a hospital administration can legally prohibit critically ill COVID patients from receiving information—and treatment, if they so decide it is medically appropriate for them—about safe, FDA-approved, and potentially life-saving medicines as determined by their attending physician,” Taylor said.
While Sentara Health System stated that it didn’t ask JICM to retract Marik’s article, the hospital system moved to strip Marik of his hospital privileges.
“They basically violated the basic patient-physician relationship,” he said. “It’s the doctor who decides on the best treatment for his patient. We’re not telling doctors what to do. It’s the doctor we want. Let doctors be doctors, let doctors at the bedside decide on the best treatment for their patients, whatever that may be. And unfortunately, the hospital and the federal government are now interfering with physicians’ ability to treat their patients.”
“Doctors are being targeted,” he said. “They’re losing their license[s] because they want to prescribe off-label medications that are safe. And prior to COVID, the FDA promoted the use of FDA-approved off-label drugs. They said it was perfectly fine for physicians to do this based on their clinical judgment.”
Marik said that his punishment was a moral outrage, saying that he was speaking out not for himself and his patients but starting a dialogue about the C-19 virus.
“People in this country need to know how we’re being held hostage by these very powerful forces,” the physician said.
“Today, on this very hallowed remembrance of Pearl Harbor, we’re going to discuss this additional war,” said Dr. Vliet in her introduction to the gathering. “On the COVID front, there’s a war for your medical freedom and your right to choose what treatments you wish to put into your body.”
“We need to let doctors be doctors. They’re the ones caring for patients and taking on the responsibility. They’re the ones who can be sued." ~Dr. Paul Marik
Read the article on his lawsuit against Sentara Healthcare:#FLCCCNews #LetDoctorsBeDoctors pic.twitter.com/gynbzqVC0Z
— FLCCC—Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (@Covid19Critical) December 1, 2021