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ASRM Advisory on Vaccine

ASRM - American Society for Reproductive Medicine

An advisory from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine:

As of January 9, 2021, there are no data about the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine on male or female fertility. For women, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) recommends that pregnant and lactating women be offered the COVID-19 vaccine. Similarly, the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine has recommended that pregnant women have access to the currently approved Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Finally, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine does not recommend withholding the vaccine from patients who are planning to conceive, and emphasizes that ”patients undergoing fertility treatment and pregnant patients should be encouraged to receive vaccination based on eligibility criteria.“

 

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Paul Marik, MD on Covid-19 Protocol for Sepsis

 

Paul Marik MD is  on the front lines of Covid care. He is Chief of Pulmonary and  Critical Care Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School.

His insights, and experience are worth sharing. Attached is his up updated protocol which includes IVC and a thoughtful combination of integrative treatment.
 
Also attached are three articles he authored with multiple references to other articles supporting use of  IVC in critical care.
 
If you haven't seen it, Orthomolecular Society has multiple reviews, references and commentary supporting this as one form of treatment.
 
 
 

WHO Handwashing Technique

 

This module contains a video as well as resources to help you through the Coronavirus/Covid-19 Crisis