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Inaugural FLCCC Medical Conference - "Understanding and Treating Spike-Protein Induced Diseases"
Our first ever medical conference dedicated to presenting current insights into the pathophysiology and management of both Long Haul COVID and Post-COVID-19 Vaccine Injury Syndromes
Why attending the FLCCC Educational Conference is an act of courage.
COVID has opened my eyes to so many things that I previously accepted as generally benign or just took for granted as being a universal truth. For example, I thought most doctors were – like me – committed to finding interventions to help our patients with whatever was challenging them. I’m not saying we always found the solution. I worked in the ICU, where patients were often in advanced stages of trauma or disease with a minority imminently dying on arrival. We couldn’t save everyone, but we always tried to do everything we could until it was clear to both the family and treatment team that our efforts were in vain.
So, when I started seeing doctors treating COVID with only “supportive care” measures (i.e. fluids, fever reducers, nutrition, oxygen) while waiting around for dictates from “on high” to tell them how to deal with what was initially a highly fatal disease in the ICU, I was both shocked and deeply disturbed. I didn’t think I was being unique when I came out swinging, shouting at my colleagues that “do no harm doesn’t mean do nothing! It means giving your patient the best possible chance to come out alive from whatever is making them ill, without doing something that would have a higher risk of making them worse.”
In time I came to realize that what was holding other healthcare providers back was not malice but fear. I still believe most people in my chosen profession want to do right by their patients. But our system has become so contaminated and rigidly controlled with Pharma Disinformation and influence that it is often safer and easier to do nothing, rather than take a risk that may have huge personal consequences for the provider. We need courage from many more than the minority that I have seen and heard speaking out against the corruption of medical care in COVID.
Which brings me to the point of this post. You know one way to build courage? Arm yourself with information. Knowledge builds courage, and together knowledge and courage can lead to great things.
Our upcoming FLCCC Educational Conference, the first conference of its kind that we know of, primarily targets healthcare providers but also invites the many interested laypeople that have been generally much more informed on numerous aspects of COVID). We want to arm all camps with the knowledge that will help them feel confident in either understanding or in diagnosing and treating people who develop novel symptoms after a COVID infection or injection. We’re calling it “Understanding and Treating Spike Protein-Induced Diseases.”
I urge all my colleagues to come out and meet and hear from the group of experts we have assembled — some of the leading minds in the fields of critical care, pathology, neurology, integrative medicine, and epidemiology. You’ll not only gain skills, but you’ll be able to network with and ask questions of like-minded healthcare professionals who are all facing the same kinds of daily challenges. Being together in one place is, for me, one of the most important outcomes of the conference.
The lectures are focused on providing guidance backed by scientific data, collaborative clinical experiences, and sub-specialist expertise. This conference is not politically or ideologically motivated. It is, as Paul and I say, what science should be: a free exchange of information and open debate that will lead to better outcomes.
We started the FLCCC in 2020 because the NIH, the CDC and the WHO were telling us there was no treatment for COVID. We didn’t accept that. We believe there isn’t a disease that can’t be treated. As a doctor you’ve got to do something. As Paul recently said, “now we’re doing the same thing for the vaccine-injured. Because nobody wants to treat them. So, you know what? We will treat them.” Will you join us?
If you’re on the fence about whether to attend because you’re worried about what other people might think of you being there, then the Thought Police have won. Be brave. Be there in Orlando. Stand up for your patients and for the oath you took.
We look forward to seeing you there. Link to register is here.
I just want to say how much I appreciate all the subscribers to my Substack, and especially the paid ones! Your support is so greatly appreciated.
P.S. I opened a tele-health clinic providing care not only in the prevention and treatment of acute COVID, but with a specialized focus on the study and treatment of both Long-Haul and Post-Vaccination injury syndromes. If anyone needs our help, feel free to visit our website at www.drpierrekory.com.
P.P.S. I am getting professional help (hah!) to write a book about what I have personally witnessed and learned during Pharma’s historic Disinformation war on ivermectin. Pre-order here for: