“I said, ‘You’re going to the pharmacy, don’t go to the ER,’” the physician explained. “I called in some early treatment medications of the drugs which shall not be named. Said individual called me a couple of hours later and said, ‘You know that excruciating 9 out of 10 lung pain? It’s now 2 out of 10 six hours later.’”
He continued, “A few hours later, the next morning, he calls me and says, ‘You know that oxygen saturation of 86, it’s now 98%.’ I said, ‘Isn’t that fantastic? Early treatment works.’ That individual is my brother. I am my brother’s keeper.”
Dr. McCullough asked the present scientists, lawyers, scientists to raise their hand if they had “witnessed censorship, intimidation, or professional reprisal and damage as a result of” their advocacy for patients.
“I want this to be recorded,” he continued as the majority of people in the room raised their hands. “80% of this room have experienced something negative in their lives in trying to promote and help something positive compassionately for patients suffering from a potentially fatal illness.”
Dr. Malone discussed the Omicron mutation, “We are truly blessed that Omicron has such low risk for disease and death. However, it has a warning sign.”
“What we risk is driving the virus, through basic evolution, to a state where it may be more pathogenic and more able to allude the immune response,” he noted. “We are clearly seeing the development of escape mutants that are resistant to the vaccine. Omicron is not only resistant to the vaccine, but its infectivity seems to be facilitated by the vaccine.”
Malone and other panelists discussed the vaccinated population being at higher risk for catching the Omicron variant than the unvaccinated people.
Johnson invited a few federal health agency heads:
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