Coronavirus (COVID-19) Important Information
Shelley G. Cole, M.D. 3/18/2020, Immediate Release
Scientist from Stanford University School of Medicine, UAB School of Medicine and the National Academy of Sciences recently reported guidelines from South Korea and China that an antiviral medication can be used as an effective treatment against Coronavirus Disease 2019.
The US CDC and World Health Organization have not published treatment measures to date for COVID-19. Treatment guidelines using this medication are currently available in South Korea and China and reported to be “an effective treatment measures on human studies” for COVID-19.1
The antiviral medication is safe and effective and is listed on the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines (EML). The medication has been utilized for decades and used in all ages, as well as pregnant and nursing mothers. A prescription is necessary.
A Multi-Center Collaborative Group has established effective treatment measured based on human studies.2 “This research must be confirmed and furthermore ruled out that the subjects that had negative viral nucleic acid tests might not have been infected with C-19.”
According to South Korean and China human treatment guidelines, this medication can be implemented today in the U.S., Europe and the rest of the world. “The United States of America and other countries should immediately authorize and indemnify medical doctors for prescribing” this medication to treat COVID-19. This medication is not currently approved by the FDA for treatment or prevention of COVID-19.
In light of this very important information, our practice is offering consultations and if appropriate prevention and treatment medications for COVID-19.
Update: March 25, 2020: We are now offering free Ozone for those 75 years or older. Check out our recent blog post.