On Tuesday, Sept. 1, health researcher and bestselling author K.C. Craichy hosted a virtual "Pandemic Town Hall" focused on how schools, businesses and places of worship can be safely re-opened. During the event, Craichy invited other experts to explain how treatments exist that are proven to be safe and effective for treating COVID-10
Across the nation, physician access to therapies is currently being blocked by many governors, state medical boards and state pharmacy boards. According to Craichy, this is a direct interference of the physician-patient relationship.
In addition, he points out that these same state boards have allowed many other therapies that also already have approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be used off-label for other medical conditions. This has him begging the question of why these aren't allowed for COVID-19 as well.
Doctors weigh in on COVID-19 treatments, including hydroxychloroquine
As part of the Pandemic Town Hall, Craichy invited three doctors to talk about treatments and therapies that they've been using and even pioneered against the coronavirus.
Dr. Pierre Kory is a critical-care specialist with experience treating COVID-19 patients in Madison, Wisconsin. To treat patients, Kory uses the MATH+ Protocol that he developed alongside other critical-care doctors in the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC).