85% of Covid Deaths Could Have Been Prevented | Interview with Dr. Peter McCullough
November 17, 2021
Dr. McCullough is a cardiologist and professor of medicine at Texas A&M University School of Medicine. He is a specialist in treating the heart and kidneys, is the editor of two scientific journals in this field, and is the most published expert in his field in all of history. Dr. McCullough is also an expert on early treatment of Covid-19 and has testified before the U.S. Senate on the effectiveness of early treatment.
On the effectiveness of early treatment…
“85% percent of deaths were because of either no treatment or under-treatment. And to this day, sadly, many patients are told by their doctors that there’s no treatment [for Covid-19] or the doctor is not going to offer treatment. The message to patients is demand treatment. If that doctor does not offer treatment, demand a referral to a competent doctor who understands and is skilled in sequential multidrug therapy for Covid-19.”
On the skewing of academic studies of Covid treatment versus vaccines…
“For Covid-19 total number of papers, we’re at 194,745. I personally am an author of 51 papers, largely focused on treatment and our vaccine safety. We have 13,289 papers on the vaccines, thirteen thousand papers. I mean, there has been a lot of academic interest in the vaccines, but sadly only 4,656 papers on treatment.”
On Pfizer censoring data…
“This was actually a very important paper, very important findings. It did make it through the entire peer review process. We were stunned when five days before the U.S. FDA meeting to discuss vaccination of children aged 5 to 11 with the Pfizer vaccine the paper was inexplicably taken down.”
On myocarditis in teenagers…
“We know from a paper by Tracy Hogue at the Embassy of California at Davis using the V-Safe and the VAERS data a very high quality analysis. She showed that 86 percent of these thousands and thousands of young people who are damaged by myocarditis end up in hospital and you know, it takes a lot to hospitalize a teenager. They have to be very sick. They had chest pain signs or symptoms of heart failure, dramatic EKG changes, sky high elevations of cardiac troponin, a blood test that indicates heart muscle injury. That’s the same blood test that we use to diagnose heart attacks. And I can tell you this is 10 to 100 times higher than a typical adult heart attack.”
“We started with 200 cases reviewed in June. We’re now over 10,000 cases in the United States. I told America on national TV back in June. This was the tip of the iceberg and boy was I right.”
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