11 Burst results for "Dr Corrigan"

"dr corrigan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Think this is President Trump in Sebastian is really a friend of mine. He's a great guy. He's been with me from the beginning. Listen to him. We all learn and it was so great to talk to the president yesterday. First time I didn't have to wait from to call me back. It was Sunday night. Cap me on the line, and I spoke to the boss. That's what we call him. We will discuss his future, I think for days and weeks to come. Somebody who has a sense of what is going on in America is that genius is in New York. He comes from Congressman Steve Cohen, who I'm sure likes to have almost three divisions of guardsmen protecting him, but Maybe not all of them. Let's play that clip again. This is Congressman Cohen play cuts. Guard is 90 some of that percent. I believe Mail. All of about 20% of white males voted for Bible. You gotta figure that in the garden, which is predominant, more conservative, and I see that on my social immediately know it. They're probably not more than 25% of the people. Out of there. Protecting suit voted for by the other 75% are in the class. That would be the large plants of folks who might want to do something. And there were military people and police who took close to defend the Constitution and protected the family didn't do it. We're in the the insurrection, so it does concern me. Well, his figures wrong but be isn't that racist? I do think Devin Nunes was right. That's a racist comment from Cohen. Let's offer somebody who's actually worn a uniformed who's actually gone into a war zone. A good friend off this show. He's actually Guest host. Not just they guessed. He's Kurt Schlichter, senior columnist for Our Friends in town hall dot com and author Most recently of the latest Kelly Turn, Bill novel crisis can Okay, I think you probably have a thing or two to say about Congressman Cohen. But let me ask you the big picture First, my fellow War college buddy, Your response to almost 30,000 war fighters in the capital right now. Well, Dr Corrigan, let me let me pull out my little back of the envelope Calculations. Usually when you're defending a dug in position, like Washington has become. The planning factor is one unit for you against three per attack or so they're expecting nine divisions. I guess guys dressed his Vikings to come swarming across the Potomac to get Ben chested. Don't forget bad chested tattooed. Fighting's Yeah, I find that a little bit of overkill. There's a reasonable use for National Guard troops and certain certain functions in a large event. To stick the equivalent of three divisions, which is a division more than we landed at Omaha Beach on June. 6 1944 seems to be a bit overkill, and I think it's more performance art than a husband in Connecticut capability. But clearly it is they want to send a message. But what about this idea that there's an insider threat in the National Guard? Because there's too many white men, Colonel Kay Disgrace on every level. It's actually really embarrassing that someone would say something like that. I mean, during my service and 30 years ago, right now, I was in the Gulf War and you know to Us snatch what has become a hat cliche but is actually quite true. My platoon look like America. My platoon was all sorts of different people. Look, I was a white suburban kid whose ancestors came from Scotland, Germany, and I was in with a whole bunch of people at very, very different experiences. Very, very different. I don't care about their origins. But we were all very different people. We came together for our country completed the mission. They did a fantastic job running a heavily armed car wash as it were, but You know when you when you when you get sprayed down by Sarah that car wash becomes super important. You love that? I'm offended. I'm offended on behalf of all our troops out there. He's great young people who've been called away from their lives to come to a job. They didn't get a vote on it. They agreed to do it. And they're out there doing the best they can. What? What they're given And they're being slandered like this is if there's somehow not going to do their job, because this particular president wasn't the guy they voted for. I served under Clinton. I didn't vote for him. I served under Obama. You know I didn't vote for him. I served under Bush. I got problems with him. That it never occurred to me that I wouldn't do my dude. It's very disturbing to the Constitution, Not a man. So did they. Not a party in the idea that somehow now there has to be political purity inside our armed forces. Your right, Kurt Schlichter. That is an insult to the men and women who serve this nation You included. He's the author of Crisis, Most recently tracked him out. Follow him Kurt Schlichter on Twitter and.

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"dr corrigan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on WTVN

"Times and you I've personally taking care of covert patients, Red hot covert patients. I've had it myself. My family members have had in myself. I believe I am uniquely qualified. And supremely justified in saying the threshold has been crossed that patients with Kobe 19 should be treated at home to prevent hospitalizations and death and the minority Democratic witness yesterday. Very junior physician who's trying to craft his A media career on CNN played in old academic game in front of the Senate and from in front of the American public, and I think he's been around the repeated for this in the game is this The game is they'll never be enough evidence. Oh, there's not enough enough, Evans. I'm gonna ever despair ever space position, and Senator Johnson let this go for about two hours until he asked the question, And the question was Dr Have you ever taken care of a covert patient? His answer was meekly and humiliatingly. No on I have to tell you that Therapeutic for treating covered 19 in the world. And because the data continue to pour in eyedrops you Cora Quinn. There now is a website called Um uh, C Q Meta. That now calculates the odds. The So for people who want to continue to deny care to patients with covert 19 years home, the public can see right through this. We'll look everyone has to make their own decision and consultations with her own doctors, you know, is part of my job of my work. Um, I bring on people like yourself that have incredible credentials and I get to pick your brain and I've been listening and the people that I most like and respect and this is for Sean Hannity. Get this thing. I'm all over this. I would have totally completely call you and get your advice Where I know people in the media are aghast that I would say that I'm not recommending it for anybody. I'm not a doctor. I'm not gonna play one on radio. Um, but I'm allowed to give my opinion what I would do, Senator Johnson your thoughts? Well, you know, John, I champion right to try in Congress. I mean, too small for that, too, Because I'm the one that pushed impression. Trump His leaves have got that fine. And all that does all the what that allows people is the freedom to choose for themselves. And this isn't even an EPI. FDA approved drug that right to try applies to Hi. Travis Corcoran has been approved for 65 years There have been billions and billions of doses. I believe it should be your right as a patient working with your doctor in random. The the Kathmandu you know, the professor is up in the ivory towers that never treat patients. Looking at studies that Dr McCollough said, I just never enough actually working with doctors who have the compassion there within that circle of empathy there watching people die and just refusing to follow any H NIH guy going to say what I could do anything for you until you're too sick and you got to go the hospital. You better take action. That's that's not medicine, New England Journal of Medicine and Lancet did more damage in my view, because that will both of those publications became the most widely publicized, senator. No, and this is what We have to ask ourselves the question What is happening here? What the risk reward ratio is so in favor of trying things I drive core. Quinn's think I've remembered me. I don't care what works. But why are we trying in this safe? And the risk of it is minimal. But yet we've been prevented from that. What? Because President Trump said Hydroxy Corcoran's So we had to poison that. And in so doing that, by politicizing Hi, Dr Corrigan. We shut up all the avenues of the other exploration of other drugs that could keep people out of the hospital. He was one of my suspicion. Sean address. Corcoran cost 20 bucks. Grim death severe is far more dangerous. It's injectable. You have to be in the hospital for three days. It costs over 3000 the other things that the drug companies are pushing the way a dose of hydroxy I understand is like three cents, or five cents, cost about seven cents a pill, but it's $20 total treatment. That thinking a Z Pak they'll So obviously I'm sue companies have a real incentive to push more expensive therapies. Could that be what's happening here? I don't know. Dr. Hang on right there. I want to get back to your question. I gotta ask is what would you tell people based on your background and experiences that people can decide for themselves? There's a spike in the country. I don't want people to get sick. It's coming home from college risk is higher right now More with Senator Johnson.

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"dr corrigan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Essentially, everyone gets better if you intervene. In in the first five days with Dr Corrigan's ink on my skin or any few variations, But the key is Identify participation and treat them right away. And defender. End it. And Dr Harvey Ridge agrees with you and the pandemic. Who is, by the way, Yale epidemiologist Harvey Rish, who's on the program of a couple of months ago, and then it ends and you have what they've been saying about this drug regimen. Hydroxy Clark. When is it through my sin in sync is that well, we don't have good studies because some of the people who are getting this are at low risk. And so there, you know they're going to be fine anyway. So it's an artificially low death rate from people who are being treated with this because lots and lots and lots of them are low risk anyway. No, you actually used people who are very high risk these air, the people your patients that you targeted for this three drug regimen. And of those 141 patients. One person died. You would have expected tohave, you know, somewhere between 15 and 20, or 22 people dying. That's correct, And that's about criticism. By the way, why should we treat someone that's going to get better anyway? Right? But But that's not what I did. I carry the really dangerous ones. Because I was tired of my patient's dying. And I started aggressively intervening before they ended up in the hospital, and they stopped getting stopped getting into the hospital. None of them needed to be put on the respirator. So You know that's peculiar. And people are not dying from Coben anymore. Dying from politics, you know, you know, I learned in politics with the blood sport. I didn't realize how literally we need to interpret that. Because because because of the politics that playwright now there's been a plague of blood and death trusted upon the American people. So that the liberal left and the anarchists couldn't get power 200,000 people 200,000 people When I spoke with Dr Rishi thinks that half or more of that 200,000 people if, in fact that's all legitimately death by Cove it and not, you know something else. That's just, you know, with Covad. You have to you have to If it's if it's 200,000 people, then you can not the death rate in half or more. That's what he was talking about. And I and I think that is sick. When you think about how cheap this is how easy it is out of the fact that we actually have stockpiles of the stuff. And when you look at least a couple of about a month and a half ago, when somebody had sent me information from one of the larger healthcare providers here in Wisconsin, um H Q was was banned from being prescribed by doctors in that particular health care system. And I thought, Why would you do that when it could help? And here's my other The other thing That's really frustrating, Doctor Zelenko. What if it's not going to hurt? And by the way, you actually had no cardiac, You know problems in your patients who didn't have, you know, arrhythmias or anything like that. It isn't gonna hurt. Then what's the worst thing that can happen? Not dying of Cove it you know, that's the worst thing that can happen is not dying of Cove it and I think that's pretty okay. I agree. I tell you a joke that will crystallize you Bet I think in the appreciated tried both his mother and where we come from. The mother says, Well, we're made in the image of God. How does the father and asked the same question, Father says, we evolved from monkeys. He's all confused. He goes back to his mother and says, I don't understand some of this. It's not a problem. That's my side of the family. That's his sort of, But the point here is how do you want to look at the human being? We made in the image of that we evolved from an animal and our values just like you can sell by an animal and kill an animal. The same thing you could do with a human being or a human being. Intrinsic sanctity, sanctity of life and human rights because of their divine order. The answer to that question will answer everything else. We're going because the people that have sacrificed Over 160,000 unnecessary deaths in this country do not value life. Sensitive life. Value power, the value their own power and their value money and control. Where Normal human beings that Have a sensitivity and love off, others and another God will see we will fight for every single life and that's the problem. Yeah, you've got narrative is more important than re alive human beings and looked at New York 22% of all of the deaths that have been reported His covert deaths have come from New York. One state If you add New Jersey. I believe it's somewhere on 28% of all of the deaths of two states, New Jersey and New York and even more specifically in New York City. And in Newark, so two cities in two states and and you know to not it when it gets that bad. It's really bad their rights when he gets that bad, and you are not going to absolutely blanket The health care community with access to a cheap three drug regimen to target two people who are at high risk to put in the hands of nursing home staff so that the high risk people in nursing homes could be protected. Is demented and evil. But that's where we are. Because the narrative the political narrative, I think it's become abundantly clear that the that the political narrative is more important. Then actually saving lives here on the ground. Even though we've got doctors like you, you're not the only one there to other doctors who co wrote your paper there multiple other people out there saying the same thing. And you know that that we're now what? Eight months into it, and we still can't break the logjam on Hydroxy Clore Quinn is amazing and disturbing. The data there We have all the information. All the studies have been done. There's such a statistical power whole argument used by Dr Cora Quinn and think. In the pre hospital setting and anyone that gets into Luke in the way really committing mass murder and crimes against humanity and genocide on the vulnerable And You know that day, I would like to change with the city's plans for your death will use a four letter word. This is disadvantaged Americans. For two things. Yeah, thanks, I think is well, you know there is there is something to be said for The utilitarian value of in the minds of some progressives of dead elderly people. Period. There you have. Ezekiel Emanuel, who is essentially said is much who advised President Obama and vice president in candidate Biden is pretty much said as much the dead old people that's that's mean Nobody on the left actually cares about that old people are we'd be seeing the entire country. Ah, washing hydroxy Clark wins it through my assassin and zinc. Thinking today. It's old people tomorrow. It's the Jews so that the blacks today after people with brown eyes if you go in that direction, the slippery slope complete oblivion. And that's completely This is what the eugenics one I want population control Bill Gates to save the environment. Really? They're trying to control who lives in dire Trying to play God the 10, and we need to resist that with every single Fiber of our being. Where can people find the study? Is it available? I mean, I've got a Google docks on it. Is it Is it available that people can download? Can they just go to your website, The Salenko protocol website. On get this information so they can show their doctor and say, Come on, By the way Importantly, I want to point out you treated people as outpatients. High risk people with positive covert diagnoses with is an outpatient. They weren't hospitalized for the most part. I didn't want them to go to the house. Yes, that's the whole point. That's that. That's I'm out. I'm a family doctor..

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"dr corrigan" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Respiratory system again. The finest is in the note. After five days, six days it begins to the Seine. Into the lower system, and that's when all the Horror happen because there's a virus. Result in catastrophic Lung damage. And blood clots. It's like you have five or six days before the really bad. And It is much easier to put out a small infection of fire in the large infection. It was absolutely treat cancer. We don't wait until it spreads everywhere in the person's dead. We try to treat it assume as possible in the early states, right? You have a fire in your house, you know, wait until The whole house from fire. He tried to put it out when it's just smaller. This is no different. You have to intervene. Um Infection in the early stage Now, the way it works like this. I think the virus I call it the bullet. And Drop the chlorine. Quinn is the gun. In the sense of it, Let the think get into the cell. Where the virus And inhibit the virus from from making copies of itself from growing. So if I would give you a gun with no bullets And he would say, Come back to me and say, Listen, you give me a broken gun. Answers. The gun is not broken. Just you don't have all the equipment. I would just give you bullets. Tell me what I do with these keys on serve any purpose. But if I give you both the gun and the bullets, then you have the complete set and you have something that works in energy together and Even now, you have the weapons to deliver. Pull it. To the right place. And that's exactly what I gotta clothesline and think. Do you know all these studies that with Dr Corrigan's completely.

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"dr corrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"There was one published. Just a few days ago that comes out of the University of Minnesota is tested on people early on in the process Correct, which is the same type of trial that you were citing as proving benefits again. There are no random placebo controlled trials that show about if it correct No, you're you're misstating what I said. I said it had to be in high risk people, In fact, in my Newsweek paper, as well as my American journals, epidemiology papers, I said outpatients, high risk people over 60 with obesity or diabetes or cardiovascular diseases. Those of the people who get treated young people with no conditions don't need to be treated by and large unless, in rare cases they present with shortness of breath. They don't need to be treated. But those were the people who were studied in the Bulwer Minnesota trials in the Spain trials and so on. So, as I said, you have to treat the right people and you have to study the right people. Those studies did not study the right people period. That was a debate. Fake news CNN. I mean, it is unbelievable when Dr Ross has said it so many times. When you have politics of medicine with a intersect politics always wins, which is sad, considering you know, lives are at stake, and his doctor Ross has also said you go to war with the army. You have not the army that you wish you had. Nobody expected the worst pandemic in the world since 1917 and 18. Spanish flu Nobody expected this. China lied to the world. The medical experts earlier they couldn't have been more wrong in their predictions. The models could not have been more wrong. The one paper highly touted About hydroxy clerk. One had to be retracted. And it was not a difficult lived to discover very quickly that its author has a lot of issues. I've gone over those in the program. And you have the Ford's study in the New York study and and again a lot of anecdotal evidence. That would then of course, there's Dr Daniel Wallace. This guy 42 years, he wrote the The principal textbook on Lupus. This guy's been the head of the Lupus Foundation, every rheumatoid arthritis foundation he's written on anti malarials 400 peer reviewed medical articles. You know how hard it is to go through the pier review process. It's not easy, and he says in this letter, April 6th, not a single patient in 42 years I've ever had a complication from Hydroxy Claure Quinn, not one. And then he said, that the risk and again I'm not a doctor, original consult with your doctor before you do anything, said the risk to people taking the recommended dose is that they were talking about, he said. For 30 to 60 days, 600 milligram loading dose for 100 milligram dosage thereafter for 30 to 60 days said the risk is now his words nil. And what the Ford's study in the New York study said in particular was that have taken early It showed a dramatic increase in the survival rate of people Now would we have preferred clinical trials that have gone on for years, etcetera, etcetera, and this is where it gets even more. Awful. No offense. I always like to pick on liberal Joe Joe Scarborough. This is what he said. Now, this is a 65 year old drug. Guess what cost about anywhere between three and 10 cents to produce a dose, but that this is his conspiracy theory. Listen, it doesn't work. I don't know. Who's making money, right? But follow the money. You have said it from the very beginning. Follow the money for somebody to continue to bring up hydroxide Glory queen. You have to ask. What's the money connect because it makes no sense to continue to push the drug as the president continues to do that doesn't work that every medical professional says doesn't work. That the top scientists Americans, they doesn't work. Every medical professional says It doesn't work. That's just not true. Claire McCaskill trumpets roading hydroxy Clara Quinn because Putin is an investor. That's not true, either. Anyway, Dr Harvey Trish is with us. He's a yell epidemiology professor wrote an op ed piece. Newsweek about Hydroxy was the one we heard. Initially battling Big news, CNN professor now Yellow School of Public Health, authored over 300 peer reviewed publications himself currently hold senior positions on the editorial boards of many leading journals. And he joins us now, Doctor, How are you? Thank you for being with us. My pleasure to talk with you today. Now I'm not a doctor, and I'm not going to play one on radio or on TV. I promise. Okay, so, but you've read the Ford's study. You read everything about I'm sure you've heard of Dr Daniel Wallace from Cedars Sinai, Los Angeles like you. Hundreds of peer reviewed articles. Is 42 years. He's to me the premier expert in this If there's no risk, you know, do no harm. But the media said he just heard Joe Scarborough, every doctor says every medical professional says that's just not true. What are you? What are your findings tell you Well, it's contrary effect. The drug works in its intended population, which is High risk patients early on before they got hospitalized. In fact, Henry Ford's study there's four studies now that are like the Henry Ford said he hit Mount Sinai, one and one, and there's another one that just came out also in the same thing, but oral and hospitalized patients. And even though they showed the benefit up of using the drug on the first day or so that people get hospitalized there, not the population that we need to treat. We need to treat people before they got hospitalized. And in those people and Irish people before they got hospitalized, the drug works and works extremely well. So there's a need to refute this. And since there's no evidence to refute it, people use other approaches as you heard in the CNN interviews. Found there, but I think there's way more than political issues going on in this. I think that there's malfeasance by the pharma industry, I think in order to know this Won't have to look at what the FDA has been doing. The FDA has a protocol for approving medications for emergency use. It's called the emergency Use Authorization on The these you AI applications that are filed for medications have to meet certain criteria. The criterion for efficacy. According to that is may show benefits. There is no criterion of efficacy for randomized controlled trial. The FDA does not have a randomized controlled trial standard for showing at the efficacy. In emergency use authorizations, which is what we're talking about now in the pandemic, so to say that the FDA requires an emergent around my control trial is a falsehood because their own internal documents which have been made public on the Internet show that that's not true. Secondly, the same documents show that once a drug has been approved by the emergency use authorization, the FDA will not allow that mechanism to approve other medications. And that means that if I drop the cork when we're to be approved That other drug companies will have to use the regular route for approval and not the emergency one, and that takes much larger, longer methods to get those drugs approved. So I believe that is where the problem is that the FDA is protecting the slot for some drug companies to be able to have their medications approved for emergency use, instead of Dr Corrigan. I've been reading the costs of the cost of room to severe, and I've read a lot about room too severe a cz well, and from what I've read. A lot of the results they're promising is as well. A 65 year old drug is not a drug that any company is going to make money on, is it? That's correct, but I don't necessarily know that room disappeared that the competition here Because each drug has its niche for use room disappear is used right now in hospitalized patients. The application we're talking about is an outpatient. Yeah, well, I mean, that that was very clear in the studies. You're right. If taken early, you know of the to the thing that frustrates me, then the most is then the most widely publicized in the media article was was Published in a medical journal and then later retracted. But they did not point or cite the Henry Ford study of the Mount Sinai study, or you talked about the Milan study. Dr Oz has talked about that and another study. So it seems to me that politics is all over this and you're also saying financials are all over this. And that bothers me greatly because for me the only concern ought to be saving lives. Correct, But I think that all fingers point to the FDA I think the FDA is basically behind the.

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"dr corrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On There was one published just a few days ago that comes out of the University of Minnesota. Is tested on people early on in the process Correct, which is the same type of trial that you were citing as proving benefits again. There are no random placebo controlled trials that show about if it correct No, you're you're misstating what I said. I said it had to be in high risk people. In fact, in my Newsweek paper, as well as my American Journal of Epidemiology papers, I said outpatients, high risk people over 60 with obesity or diabetes or cardiovascular diseases. Those of the people who get treated young people with no conditions don't need to be treated by and large unless, in rare cases they present with shortness of breath. They don't need to be treated. But those were the people who were studied in the Bullard, Minnesota trials in the Spain trials and so on. So, as I said, you have to treat the right people and you have to study the right people. Those studies did not study the right people period. That was a debate. Fake news CNN. I mean, it is unbelievable when Dr Ross has said it so many times. When you have politics of medicine, where they intersect. Politics always wins, which is sad, considering you know, lives are at stake, and his doctor Ross has also said you go to war with the Army. You have not the army that you wish you had. Nobody expected the worst pandemic in the world since 1917 and 18. Spanish flu Nobody expected this. China lied to the world. The medical experts earlier they couldn't have been more wrong in their predictions. The models could not have been more wrong. The one paper highly touted about hydroxy clerk when had to be retracted, and it was not a difficult lift to discover very quickly that its author has A lot of issues. I've gone over those in the program. Then you have the Ford study in the New York study and and again a lot of anecdotal evidence. That would then, of course, there's Dr Daniel Wallace. This guy 42 years he wrote the principal textbook on Lupus. This guy's been the head of the Lupus Foundation, every room a total write his foundation. He's written on anti Malarials 400 peer reviewed medical articles. You know how hard it is to go through the peer review process. It's not easy. And he says in this letter April 6th, not a single patient in 42 years, have ever had a complication from hydroxy Clara Quinn, not one, And then he said, that the risk and again I'm not a doctor. I urge you to consult with your doctor before you do anything, said the risk to people taking the recommended dose is that they were talking about, he said. For 30 to 60 days, 600 milligram loading dose 400 milligram dosage thereafter for 30 to 60 days said the risk is now his words nil. And what the Ford's study in the New York study said in particular was that have taken early. It showed a dramatic increase in the survival rate of of people Now would we have preferred clinical trials that have gone on for years, etcetera, etcetera, and this is where it gets even more. Awful. You know, no offense. I always like to pick on liberal Joe Joe Scarborough. This is what he said. Now, this is a 65 year old drug. Guess what cost about anywhere between three and 10 cents to produce a dose, but that this is his conspiracy theory. Listen, it doesn't work. I don't know. Who's making money right? But followed the money. You have said it from the very beginning. Follow the money for somebody to continue to bring up hydroxide Chlorine queen. You have to ask. What's the money connection? Because it makes no sense to continue to push the drug as the president continues to do that doesn't work that every medical professional says doesn't work. That the top scientists, America's A doesn't work. Every medical professional says it doesn't work. That's just not true. Claire McCaskill Trump is roadie hydroxy Clara Quinn, because Putin is an investor. That's not true, either. Anyway, Dr Harvey Trish is with us. He's yell epidemiology professor wrote an op ed piece. Newsweek about Hydroxy was the one we heard. Initially battling Big news, CNN professor now Yellow School of Public Health, authored over 300 peer reviewed publications himself currently hold senior positions on the editorial boards of many leading journals. And he joins us now, Doctor, How are you? Thank you for being with us. My pleasure to talk with you today. Now I'm not a doctor, and I'm not going to play one on radio or on TV. I promise. Okay, so, but you've read the Ford's study. You've read everything about I'm sure you've heard of Dr Daniel Wallace from Cedars Sinai, Los Angeles Like you. Hundreds of peer reviewed articles his 42 years. He's to me the premier expert in this if there's no risk You know, do no harm. But the media said he just heard Joe Scarborough. Every doctor says every medical professional says That's just not true. What are you? What are your findings tell you Well, it's contrary effect. The drug works in its intended population, which is High risk patients early on before they got hospitalized. In fact, the Henry Ford study there's four studies now that are like Henry Ford said he hit Mount Sinai. One and more on him is another one that just came out also in the same thing, but oral and hospitalized patients. And even though they showed the benefit of of using the drug on the first day or so that people get hospitalized there, not the population that we need to treat. We need to treat people before they get hospitalized. And in those people and Irish people before they got hospitalized, the drug works and works extremely well. So there's a need to review this and since there's no evidence to refute that people use other approaches, as you heard in the CNN interview On there, but I think there's way more than political issues going on on this. I think that there's malfeasance by the pharma industry on I think in order to know this One has to look at what the FDA has been doing. The FDA has a protocol for approving medications for emergency use. It's called the emergency Use Authorization on The these you AI applications that are filed for medications have to meet certain criteria. The criterion for efficacy. According to that is may show benefits. There is no criterion of efficacy for randomized controlled trial. The FDA does not have a randomized controlled trial standard for showing up this efficacy. In emergency use authorizations, which is what we're talking about now in the pandemic, so to say that the FDA requires an emergent around my control trial is a falsehood because their own internal documents which have been made public on the Internet show that that's not true. Secondly, the same documents show that once a drug has been approved by the emergency use authorization, the FDA will not allow that mechanism to approve other medications. And that means that if I dropped the cork when we're to be approved That other drug companies would have to use the regular route for approval and not the emergency one, and that takes much larger, longer methods to get those drugs approved. So I believe that is where the problem is that the FDA is protecting the slot for some drug companies to be able to have their medications approved for emergency use, instead of Dr Corrigan. I've been reading the costs of the cost of room disappear and I've read a lot about room disappear is well and from what I've read. A lot of the results they're promising is as well. A 65 year old drug is not a drug that any company is going to make money on, is it That's correct. But I don't necessarily know that its room disappeared that the competition here because each drug has its niche for use room disappear is used right now in hospitalized patients. The application we're talking about Is an outpatient. Yeah, well, I mean that that was very clear in the studies. You're right. If taken early, you know of the to the thing that frustrates me, then the most is then the most widely publicized in the media article was was Published in a medical journal and then later retracted. But they did not point or cite the Henry Ford study of the Mount Sinai study, or you talked about the Milan study. Dr Oz has talked about that and another study. So it seems to me that politics is all over this, and you're also saying financials are all over this and that bothers me greatly because for me, the only concern ought to be saving lives. Correct, but I think that all fingers point to the FDA. I think the FDA is basically behind the whole problem. And it's been, uh, carrying out a charade against evidence against science, and at least July went on July 1st put out a black letter warning..

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

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"But they did not point or cite the Henry Ford study of the Mount Sinai study, or you talked about the Milan study. Dr Oz has talked about that and another study. So it seems to me that politics is all over this, and you're also saying financials are all over this and that bothers me greatly because for me, the only concern ought to be saving lives. Correct, but I think that all fingers point to the FDA. I think the FDA is basically behind the whole problem. And it's been, uh, carrying out a charade against evidence against science, and at least July went on July 1st put out a black letter warning. Saying that the drugs should not be used in outpatient circumstances because of risk of cardiac rhythm problems. And underneath that black weather warning was the box. Saying that the basis on on information about adverse events in hospitalized patients. These are six severely ill hospitalized patients that have involvement of the virus throughout the body, including the heart and the heart muscle and from those adverse events, they extrapolated. Two people with the flu like illness that ah occurs in outpatients. That is a total unreasonable, scientifically and medically unreasonable extrapolation to do on it created the entire fault. Climate that these drugs have any houses in Houston. L fate outpatients. So if the retracted medical journal article that was highly publicized, they had to pull it back. It speaks for itself. And the study. My understanding is a retrospect study. This was given to patients late, late late in the process. Sounds to me like there are three days before dying. Here. Take this and see if it works too late then, and Daniel Wallace is the risk is nil. Would you say that that hydroxy Claure Quinn is safe? And would you if you had it considered taking it yourself with, for example, zinc and is it through my eyes, and I would take it in a flash for myself. I would use it prophylactically for myself. I think it is absolutely safe. I think there are a few small percentage of people who may have Cardiac arrhythmia, histories or problems that could switch from Asia from ice into DR Cycle in that or not taken antibiotics at all that the crucial thing is making sure their body has enough sink in it. On the Dr Corrigan works to get the sink into themselves to disrupt the virus. I think that is a very workable paradigm for the great overwhelming majority of people older. You know people with chronic conditions who desperately need to be treated. If you get sick, doctor, you're talking about the FDA Food and Drug Administration. You're basically saying that there is a political agenda as probably financial motivation behind it. I'm saying About the hydroxide. Cora Quinn has explicitly met the FDA its own stated criteria for emergency use authorization and they're still not approving it. They're not doing anything with it. And didn't they actually say that themselves or the CDC or somebody did? I guess not that many years ago. That I can't speak to. But I know that they've had Dr O'Neill's petition from the beginning of July, but they haven't moved on that A number of people have written briefs basically showing the compelling science A complete fake warning that on the FDA is website that's reprehensible that that they extrapolated from sick, impatient too, You know, entry early disease outpatients to in order to perpetuate the idea that that there's a hazard which doesn't exist. I think that's the level that we're dealing with that the FDA is completed in these depths. Scary I would continue Dr Harvey Rish Ah, Yale Epidemiology Professor. Wow. I got one more question on the other side if you can stay with us Professor Listen, I've been telling you about Raycom. We all need a pair of great wireless earbuds. You already know that Reagan ear buds start about half the price of quote premium name wireless earbuds on the market, and they sound just is amazing. By Ray conn dot com.

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08:11 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on WTVN

"And there was one published. Just a few days ago that comes out of the University of Minnesota is tested on people early on in the process Correct, which is the same type of trial that you were citing as proving benefits again. There are no random placebo controlled trials that show about if it correct No, you're you're misstating what I said. I said it had to be in high risk people. In fact, in my Newsweek paper, as well as my American Journal of Epidemiology papers, I said outpatients, high risk people over 60 with obesity or diabetes or cardiovascular diseases. Those of the people who get treated young people with no conditions don't need to be treated by and large unless, in rare cases they present with shortness of breath. They don't need to be treated. But those were the people who were studied in the Bulwer Minnesota trials in the Spain trials and so on. So, as I said, you have to treat the right people and you have to study the right people. Those studies did not study the right people period. That was a debate. Fake news CNN. I mean, it is unbelievable when Dr Ross has said it so many times. When you have politics of medicine, where they intersect. Politics always wins, Which is sad, considering you know, lives are at stake, and his doctor Ross has also said you go to war with the army. You have not the army that you wish you had. Nobody expected the worst pandemic in the world since 1917 and 18. Spanish flu Nobody expected this. China lied to the world. The medical experts earlier they couldn't have been more wrong in their predictions. The models could not have been more wrong with one paper highly touted About hydroxy clerk. One had to be retracted. And it was not a difficult live to discover very quickly that its author has a lot of issues. I've gone over those in the program. And you have the Ford's study in the New York study and and again a lot of anecdotal evidence that But of course, there's Dr Daniel Wallace. This guy 42 years, he wrote the The principal textbook on Lupus. This guy's been the head of the Lupus Foundation. Every room a total write his foundation. He's written on anti malarials 400 peer reviewed medical articles. You know how hard it is to go through the pier review process. It's not easy. And he says in this letter April 6th, not a single patient in 42 years have ever had a complication from Hydroxy Clara Quinn, not one. And then he said, that the risk and again I'm not a doctor. I urge you to consult with your doctor before you do anything, said the risk to people taking the recommended dose is that they were talking about, he said. For 30 to 60 days, 600 milligram loading dose for 100 milligram dosage thereafter for 30 to 60 days said the risk is now his words nil. And what the Ford's study in the New York study said in particular was that have taken early It showed a dramatic increase in the survival rate of people Now would we have preferred clinical trials that have gone on for years, etcetera, etcetera, and this is where it gets even more. Awful. No offense. I always like to pick on liberal Joe Joe Scarborough. This's what he said. Now, this is a 65 year old drug. Guess what cost about anywhere between three and 10 cents to produce a dose, but that this is his conspiracy theory. Listen, it doesn't work. I don't know. Who's making money right? But followed the money said it from the very beginning. Follow the money for somebody to continue to bring up hydroxide Glory queen. You have to ask. What's the money connection? Because it makes no sense to continue to push the drug as the president continues to do that doesn't work that every medical professional says doesn't work. That the top scientists Americans, they doesn't work. Every medical professional says it doesn't work. That's just not true. Claire McCaskill Trump is roading hydroxy Cora Quinn, Because Putin is an investor. That's not true, either. Anyway. Dr Harvey Ridge is with us. He's a heel. Epidemiology professor wrote an op ed piece Newsweek about hydroxy use the one we heard. Initially battling. Big news, CNN professor now Yellow School of Public Health, authored over 300 peer reviewed publications himself currently hold senior positions on the editorial boards of many leading journals. And he joins us now, Doctor, How are you? Thank you for being with us. My pleasure to talk with you today. Now I'm not a doctor, and I'm not going to play one on radio or on TV. I promise. Okay, so, but you've read the Ford's study. You read everything about I'm sure you've heard of Dr Daniel Wallace from Cedars Sinai, Los Angeles like you. Hundreds of peer reviewed articles. Is 42 years. He's to me the premier expert in this If there's no risk, you know, do no harm. But the media said he just heard Joe Scarborough, every doctor says every medical professional says that's just not true. What are you? What are your findings tell you Well, it's contrary effect. The drug works in its intended population, which is High risk patients early on before they got hospital. In fact, the Henry Ford study there's four studies now that are like Henry Ford said he hit Mount Sinai one and moron, and there's another one that just came out also in the same thing, but oral and hospitalized patients. And even though they showed the benefit of of using the drug on the first day or so that people get hospitalized there, not the population that we need to treat. We need to treat people before they get hospitalized. And in those people and Irish people before they got hospitalized. The drug works and works extremely well. So there's a need to refute this. And since there's no evidence to refute it, people use other approaches as you heard in the CNN interview. Found there, but I think there's way more than political issues going on on this. I think that there's malfeasance by the pharma industry on I think in order to know this Won't have to look at what the FDA has been doing. The FDA has a protocol for approving medications for emergency use. It's called the emergency Use Authorization on The these you AI applications that are filed for medications have to meet certain criteria. The criterion for efficacy. According to that is may show benefits. There is no criterion of efficacy for randomized controlled trial. The FDA does not have a randomized controlled trial standard for showing at the efficacy. In emergency use authorizations, which is what we're talking about now in the pandemic, so to say that the FDA requires an emergent around my control trial. It's a falsehood because their own internal documents which have been made public on the Internet show that that's not true. Secondly, the same documents show that once a drug has been approved by the emergency use authorization, the FDA will not allow that mechanism to approve other medications. And that means that if I drop the cork when we're to be approved That other drug companies will have to use the regular route for approval and not the emergency one, and that takes much larger, longer methods to get those drugs approved. So I believe that is where the problem is that the FDA is protecting the slot for some drug companies to be able to have their medications approved for emergency use, instead of Dr Corrigan. I've been reading the costs of the cost of room Disa Veer and I've read a lot about room too severe a cz well, and from what I've read. A lot of the results they're promising is as well. A 65 year old drug is not a drug that any company is going to make money on, is it That's correct. But I don't necessarily know that its room disappeared that the competition here because each drug has its niche for use room disappear is used right now in hospitalized patients. The application we're talking about is an outpatient. Yeah, well, I mean, that that was very clear in the studies. You're right if taken early You know of the to the thing that frustrates me, then the most is then the most widely publicized in the media article was was published in a medical journal and then later retracted..

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05:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In cities allow the city to be destroyed and then asked the federal government that is people you know in Idaho to pay for the For the cleaning up. Of the damage done. That they allowed All right. I want to go to my guest to whom I am very grateful for his courage and his scientific approach to the matter of hydroxy Clara Quinn. Harvey Rish, professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health. Welcome to the Dennis Prager show. It's great to be here and talk with him. It probably is after CNN. I must be a relief. Well, the science stands for itself. You know, I'm the vehicle. I'm you know the interpreter, but the science is really what matters. Yes, exactly. The people who say Follow the science seem to be following other things. Let me ask you before we get into the actual issue. Are you at all surprised by the blowback? No. I expected that I expected that there would be a lot of fortune's pushing back on what I've observed about the studies that I know about, but You know, I worked this way again. Yes, it does. Have you gotten any support at Yale? Yes, my bean put a note on our school's website saying that our school public health like Yale in general support Verse viewpoint, um, of the faculty members and students, for that matter, and so on, And it's one of the things that I love about you. Is that why I value being a Yale faculty member? That we do our express what we think best. You know, to a defensive our abilities and we have Freedom to do that. To summarize my dear listeners, a Dr Rish, epidemiologist. Published the piece in Newsweek last week or two weeks ago, Andi made the case for hydroxide Chlorine queen in the early stages, which is what we have been talking about from the beginning. On DH shut cited studies etcetera, etcetera. The The article is up a Dennis prager dot com and it's been up for a while. I? I don't remember. Do you in your advocacy Always Mentions Inc. I try to, But I'm very empirical. I go where the evidence is, and the evidence for zinc is good. But there's not as much evidence for it as there is for you, too. But Dr Corrigan with I'll call companion medications of which I think is one. So I start top down. I'd say the evidence for Dr Kore Quinn with companion medications. Wrong when used properly and high risk outpatient death scenario and looking out, uh hospitalization or mortality as the outcome. It's important. And for that evidence very strong. If you want to start addressing components of that, whether a different myson matters or Dr Cyclone at the antibiotic or steroids or think I think it is an important contribution. But it has different evidence, then the totality of the evidence for hydroxy Corre Corre. So there's mixed evidence on the zinc part, but not on. But there's compelling evidence on the hydroxy clerk. One is what you're saying. Well, not exactly. I don't think it's I think the evidence presented positive. I just don't think it has much evidence before. That's all we haven't studied because it hasn't been used as much. I never understand the study's whether it's the ones removed from Lancet. And the New England Journal of Medicine. For example, none of them use zinc. So it's it's It doesn't seem to me to be a valid study. I think that The usual subtle that as we know, Doctor Zelenko is you thinking his protocol and gotten amazing dependents result in saving the lives of 800 plus people. Found. The reason for this is that in young people who more or less don't need to be treated, so these are what we call low risk people they more or less have think in them anyway. Handed. I think decisions but in older people or people with chronic conditions. Those people who may be more zinc depleted, and I need to think supplementation in order for the drug to Corcoran to get the sink into the cells where the virus is replicating. So in younger people or in kind of in the middle of that range. I dropped a cork wind can work on its own, because he would have think already I get it. Yeah, that makes perfect sense. That's really excellent. All right. We're going to continue. I It's always enjoy to speak to people who have courage. It's the rarest of all the good human traits. As I have said to you all of my broadcast career. Dr. Harvey Ridge is a professor of epidemiology at Yale. This. You do not need to be a doctor for that is to know the You know you don't need.

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AM 970 The Answer

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It was a fake research group by GPS. Very similar to that the World Health Organization who doesn't like trump and all and so forth. I hired a surgeon sphere completely bogus office of like two or three people to create fake data and that has not been reported. What I just said, is not an exaggeration. Okay now to make matters worse. Those papers will retract. Those papers were retracted once it was known. That was fake data. But guess still, you guess he's still using the data. Anthony Foulke is still when he says the other day. Hi. Dr Corrigan doesn't work. Then those Linda he's citing the studies that have been retracted. Okay. Anthony Sal, she is now flagrantly out, be open a partisan, deep state hack and needs to be fired. Well, I'm glad you're glad you're holding back this morning, Steven. Oh, Molly, But you know what? A bomber on that again. My Italian's going to get mad at me and I know we got a break here. Dr Steven Greer. He is demand. He's the man. Ah, Doctor. Is there a problem with the medical community that degree or your opinion? They do. Do they have investments in this possible vaccine are the government officials allowed tohave and to read financial benefits from a vaccine? And therein perhaps lies the problem, sir? Say that again or it can the government. I'm not clear what is a government employee in the medical arena and again I don't wantto pinpoint doctor found himself, but Do they have investments We keep here and they've got investments with Bill Gates. And now Bill Gates is developing a vaccine, and that's why they will not allow any of the medicines that actually do work and actually do cure this disease. They want to wait for the vaccine because they have investments in it is that is that you just be a rumor? I'm just asking that. Oh, no, no, no, no. No Long Before this, There's been a huge problem. It's a CDC, which is in charge of vaccines. Back all of these people on the boards and charge they they all have huge conflicts of interest in the personalized with stock investment since they sit on the board, So yeah, that's that's another festival that needs to be cleaned up. But I have I have a major announcement for you. And I can tell you they son sophisticated modeling Exactly when this pandemic Elendil you ready? Yes. No member for No. But before I know I love my look is built. But it's also true. It felt today after this election is over. You're not thinking about any of this. He's on call. And so that's important. Also for the economy right now, if you're a corporate executive in your deciding should I fire people? Should I buy inventory? How long will this pandemic go on? Dependent is going to be over November 4, Okay? I love Dr Greer is a Wall Street analyst. By the way in a portfolio manager for 20 years. He's a brilliant, brilliant guy, Dr Greer. Great, Chad. Thank you so much. Stephen. Come back soon. Stephen, You are welcome here any time, sir. Thank you. Okay. Thanks a lot. Bye. Okay. And the book is the medical advocate from Stephen here. The medical advocate. Oh, man. Hey. 7 57 Debbie's on the roads on Am 9 70 The answer, boy. Good morning to you, Joe. Major problems continue on a dig in the decon subject to closure in both directions by the stadium. It was a truck accident with the truck Traveling north found ended up in the south bound lanes right over the divider. Inbound G W B 15 to 20 And let's go over the route one North found getting up toward Adams Lane in North Brunswick. A collision taking two lanes there..

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KDWN 720AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr corrigan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Yes, it is. Take yourself Yeah. Yeah. You heard that old battle ax? She basically told the woman and the two little kids. Looking straight at them and the child looking at it. You'll see the video. I hope you're you all die. I who in their right mind tells that to a little kid. I hope you all die. She didn't say. I hope you die, she said. I hope all you die because the useful idiots out there will try to say something different based on what I said. But she said, I hope you all die. Have we not become unhinged These frickin mask Nazis? I mean, my God, my God! Is that not crazy? That's crazy. It even gets crazier because today Ah, Florida, man, Okay, became unhinged. He goes into a Miami Beach hotel after he saw a mother and son, not social distancing. He goes in and he starts freaking shooting. Thank God. No one was injured. What a lunatic and you tell me. There's not demons. You tell me. There's not a demonic I'll tell you one thing right now what this Corona viruses done has brought out the oppression of the demonic in many unhinged Looney Tune E people, Because if you think That going into a Miami beach hotel and opening fire because a mom and a son we're not social distancing that you're somehow taking care of America. You deserve the electric Geritol Simple. This is what we've created. We've created a culture off monsters. And now I'm gonna go back to our busy calls, but you're next. Welcome to the program. Hello. Hello. I see how you doing? All right. Listen, I don't care if you worship a head of lettuce. She's a doctor doing great work. And she should be large for that. He shouldn't be whatever canceled or whatever the hell that thing is that they do online and having that video taken off. Basically, you know. Ah, violation of freedom of speech. Absolutely. And that, But you know what, But I'm glad you said that because the video being taken off and censored. Should prove to people with common sense that something that she said that they all said, has hit such a nerve somewhere that they don't want the public to see it. You don't want They don't want anything that works because that would not be good for them in November. So exactly in any way and then and then Dr Fauci OK? Does he not know that there are other epidemiologists in the world? Oh, no. He's the only one. He believes He's the only one. I mean, my God, He's got a baseball card now of himself. He believes he's the only one There are people out there are all kinds of well respected. There's a guy in France who did the first study of hard Dr Corrigan, which was a month ago and proved that the thing is is very worked very well. What? The studies that they do here. They've never used They never use the right Dosages stuff like that when they did their tests, So it always didn't it never worked. No, you know, but I'll tell you. I'm glad you brought that up. Because there's a lot of studies out there. I just shared one regarding Yale, the head of epidemiology, their their studies out there. Henry Ford.

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