from the FLCCC website...
Founded by a group of leading critical care specialists in March 2020, the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) is dedicated to helping prevent and treat COVID.
Our founding physicians are highly published and world-renowned thought leaders, with deep knowledge and expertise in a range of important health issues.
The organization has reached millions of people through its protocols, website, webinars, newsletters, social media, speaking engagements, and media appearances. Our protocols are used by healthcare providers worldwide and have helped countless thousands of people.
Ivermectin is a core medication in FLCCC’s prevention and treatment protocols. Like penicillin and aspirin, ivermectin is a medication that derives from nature.
Although it was little known in advanced health economies before COVID, the drug has an incredible history of promoting health in underdeveloped countries. Approved for human use in 1987, it has been instrumental in tackling some of the world’s most harmful tropical diseases, such as Onchocerciasis, lymphatic filariasis (also known as Elephantiasis), strongyloidiasis and scabies. It also effectively fights parasitic infestations in animals, which can be economically devastating to the livestock industry.
Ivermectin is one of the safest drugs known. It is on the World Health Organization’s list of essential medicines, has been given over 4 billion times around the globe, and won the Nobel Prize for its global and historic impacts in eradicating endemic parasitic infections in many parts of the world.
The work of the FLCCC is based on a substantial body of evidence that supports our recommendations. The doctors of the FLCCC have themselves conducted and published peer-reviewed studies, as well as systematic reviews and meta-analyses. They have also reviewed and referenced tens of thousands of other studies in support of these positions. Most of these materials are readily available online.
We are currently working on building out a detailed reference library to help users easily navigate the research cited in our protocols. In the meantime, you can download the list of over 800 studies on which our protocols are based.
As Dr. Paul Marik recently told a crowd in Ohio, “There’s no disease in medicine that you can’t treat. It’s never too late!"
Every Wednesday at 7 pm ET, FLCCC presents a live webinar on emerging COVID news, treatment options, and other important topics. This is an opportunity to hear from subject matter experts who will also answer audience questions.