Date: February 8, 2022
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Twila Brase
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When it comes to COVID-19, originally we were told it will only take a couple of weeks to “flatten the curve.” As weeks, months, and now years have passed, we continue to get contradictory messages from the highest medical experts and government agencies.
At this stage we’re being told there’s a sharp decline taking place in the number of reported infections, but what’s next?
Many have been left scrambling to obtain information on both the prevention of and the preparation for COVID-19 treatment. In response, the guest on this edition of Crosstalk has put together a quick reference guide that is helping many people across America to maneuver through this pandemic.
Twila Brase is president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom. Twila is a registered nurse, a certified public health nurse, and author of Big Brother in the Exam Room: The Dangerous Truth About Electronic Health Records. She’s the speaker on the daily Health Freedom Minute heard on stations across the nation.
Prevention is one of the highlights of this program as Twila stressed that treatment for COVID-19, which is a clotting and inflammatory disease, must begin within the first 7 days. She backs this up in her reference guide by quoting different doctors from around the world. These are doctors that are treating patients while losing few to death or even having patients who are hospitalized.
What is the starting reference? Is it some kind of symptom or is it a positive test? In other words, when does the “clock” for day one begin? Twila says it’s about symptoms. So if you’ve been exposed and you get a symptom, she suggests that you should assume.
Take careful note of what’s provided by this broadcast which includes information on the following items:
- How important is Vitamin D?
- What is “Narrative 2.0”?
- Iodine, the nasal pharynx and COVID-19.
- Are children vulnerable to COVID-19?
- Why is the hospital a dangerous place when it comes to COVID-19?
- Monoclonal antibody treatments
- Long-haul COVID
There’s much more to take in including comments and questions from listeners.