Alaska doctors who supported an October conference on alternative treatment options to fight COVID recently wrote a letter to their colleagues who opposed the conference and its message.
More than 1,200 Alaskans, including health care providers, attended the Early Treatment Summit in Anchorage on Oct. 30, where a high-powered group of globally recognized scientists warned Alaskans against vaccinating children or those who have recovered from previous Covid infections. Instead, the conference highlighted options like ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine and combinations of vitamins and drugs that have proven successful in fighting the virus.
In response to the conference, some 100 healthcare workers who opposed its message sent a joint letter to the Alaska State Medical Board in November. They claimed there is no place for doctors who express concern about Covid shots or offer alternative ways of treating the virus that do not involve the experimental injections. The letter asked the state medical board to investigate local physicians who contributed to the early treatment conference or its message. Ultimately, the Medical Board declined to take action against physicians for participating in the conference, as this does not violate state law or regulations pertaining to medical licenses.
Now the pro-early treatment doctors have penned their own letter to summit critics (see below).
In addition to the physician letter, the Alaska Covid Alliance Team, which organized the conference, has attempted to open dialogue about treatment options by putting together a 28-page informational handout to clearly lay out the scientific basis for early treatment of Covid.
The packets were distributed to physicians by a group of volunteers.
“Many of those individuals were people who had had Covid and received early treatment options that saved their lives and prevented hospitalization,” Alaska Covid Alliance Team stated. “And others who tragically lost loved ones or friends because they were unable to get early treatment.”
Included in the packets is specific information about the need for Vitamin D3 to boost immune systems, especially in dark Alaska winters.
“This vitamin is not specific to Covid; it is also useful in providing better immunity for the annual flu and cold seasons,” the Alaska Covid Alliance Team explained. “Additionally, we provided Information on natural immunity which is much more robust than what you receive from the vaccines.”
The Alaska Covid Alliance Team also encouraged doctors to “reconsider vaccinating children as they are at minimal risk of serious complications from Covid and have the most to lose from potentially unknown long-term effects.” They note that no Alaska under age 18 has died from the virus.
The letter from early treatment doctors is published below.
LETTER FROM PHYSICIANS IN FAVOR OF EARLY TREATMENT FOR COVID
We recently heard that you signed a letter addressed to the Alaska State Medical Board regarding a conference that was held in Anchorage in October called the Alaska Early Treatment Summit.
We have been personally practicing early treatment for Covid for the past 20 months. These treatment protocols were developed and are being utilized very successfully in our practices. The same protocols are also being used in other parts of the United States and in many countries around the world including: Japan, India, Bangladesh, Africa, China, Brazil, and multiple others. The studies done in the United States on the successful antiviral properties of some of these medications date back to the early 2000’s with the original SARS virus.
“Please recognize that there are no ulterior motives or financial incentives at play, and that we have risked much to simply try to save lives.”
We are following protocols endorsed by the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. McCullough, Dr. Zelenko, and the FLCCC. Over 150,000 patients have been successfully treated with these protocols and over 1,193 studies have shown efficacy for EARLY treatment of COVID-19.
We realize that the majority of you are treating the secondary inflammatory and third cytokine storm stages of this disease which respond much differently. We have used these FDA-approved medications on ourselves, our loved ones, and hundreds of patients successfully, saving hundreds of lives and keeping 99 percent of the people we treat out of our hospitals.
The medications we are using are some of the safest medications available with fewer side effects than aspirin, Tylenol, and penicillin. With billions of doses used in humans all over the world, these medications are inexpensive, generic, over the counter in most countries, and have been FDA approved for over 26 years. There are over 50 medications in various combinations that are currently being studied not only for early outpatient treatment but for all stages of the disease including post-Covid syndrome. Even the NIH has listed Ivermectin as a useful medication under investigation against Covid as of July 8, 2021.
ALASKA WATCHMAN DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX
It seems this coronavirus disease has now become endemic and will likely be with us forever. The main goal we had hoped to achieve by putting on the Alaska Early Treatment Summit was to encourage other providers to consider using these safe protocols in order to save more Alaskans.
We have people contacting us from rural Alaska, other states, and even other countries thanking us for our over-the-counter supplement list. They are also thanking us for how information from this conference helped save their lives and those of their loved ones. We are committed to treating both vaccinated and unvaccinated Alaskans and are not anti-vaccine. We recognize how important vaccination is in preventing disease and lessening complications, but we also recognize that to conquer Covid both prevention and treatment are needed. It is vitally important that we continue to use these lifesaving early outpatient treatments.
Enclosed are some of our data sources for why we treat patients with these medications. We have all been working tirelessly throughout this crisis with the singular unified goal of saving lives. If we do not work together, we do a disservice not only to ourselves and our colleagues, but most importantly to the many patients that will die needlessly if early treatment and the ability to fight this disease from the moment it starts is not allowed.
Please recognize that there are no ulterior motives or financial incentives at play, and that we have risked much to simply try to save lives. Please take a look at the information provided regarding early treatment.
We hope that you have a wonderful holiday season and that we can continue united against Covid into the New Year.
Click here to read the Alaska COVID Early Treatment Booklet, published by Alaska Covid Alliance.