Lubbock doctor talks about COVID-19, censorship and treatments
Listen to the full interview with Dr John Thomas below. Dr Thomas has treated hundreds of patients with COVID-19. Townsquare Media and KFYO encourage everyone to discuss treatment options with their doctors and find the best medical route for your own health.
Across the United States, citizens see doctors about medical problems. Some will seek the advice of other doctors and health professionals. People do it when it comes to surgery, disease, and even cancer.
With COVID-19, much of the debate has been closed. YouTube won’t even allow videos of people questioning COVID-19 vaccines and if you bring up other forms of treatment you could be banned from the platform all together. It doesn’t matter whether you are a doctor or not, giving a second opinion on how to treat COVID has been censored in America.
Many in the medical community will echo national guidelines that tell people to get vaccinated. And we’ve seen data that shows those who have been vaccinated, if they catch COVID-19, are less likely to end up in hospital and less likely to die from COVID. But what about other ways to deal with COVID-19? Have these been successful for someone outside of the internet?
Dr John Thomas of Lubbock appeared on Monday’s edition of The Chad Hasty Show to share his experience of treating COVID-19 with existing drugs instead of the vaccine. Dr Thomas told Hasty the virus is real but has real treatments.
First, it is an inflammatory disease. It’s a real disease, it’s not a hoax. It’s a real disease, but there are real treatments. There are early treatments. My patients, on the first two peaks, responded well to steroids and budesonide and hydroxychloroquine with vitamin D and zinc. The Delta variant was much more resistant and I had to use ivermectin and they behaved very well and responded well to ivermectin.
When asked how many patients he had treated, Dr Thomas replied that there were over 700 people.
Almost 700 patients that I have treated. I lost a few that came to me on day 20, day 30 with high morbidity like diabetes, obesity, asthma, smokers. So I lost maybe 7 out of 700.
During the interview, Dr Thomas told listeners that the Regeneron anti-body treatment is good and should be done early, before the eighth day of symptoms.
Listen to the full interview with Dr. John Thomas above.
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