99.9% of doctors will tell you no, even those who specialize in treating it, but they're dead wrong and it could kill you
Loved all this advice. Thank you!
In addition to Dr. Haider’s practice, consider this list of organizations for independent medical information and provider resources. Many do not take insurance, but still could save you money and provide excellent care.
* Association of American Physicians & Surgeons (AAPS Online): https://aapsonline.org/
* AAPS Patient Resources & Medical Providers (Direct Primary, Cash Pay, etc): https://aapsonline.org/category/patient_tools/
* The Wedge of Health Freedom: https://jointhewedge.com/find-a-practice/
* DPC Frontier - DPC Practice Mapper (DPC means Direct Primary Care): http://www.dpcfrontier.com/mapper/
* Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC): https://covid19criticalcare.com/
* FLCCC Medical Providers: https://covid19criticalcare.com/providers/
* Objective Health Partnership (telehealth): https://www.objectivehealthpartnership.com/
For cancer care, consider provides whose has been suppressed or ridiculed for decades or recently. Two examples:
* FLCCC Cancer Care Monograph: https://covid19criticalcare.com/reviews-and-monographs/cancer-care/
* Burzynski: The Cancer Cure Cover-Up: https://www.burzynskimovie.com/
Hello, Dr. Haider! I wanted to reach out to you on behalf of my church here in Northern California. I am in biotech and am increasingly keen on warning people on the dangers of the spike protein (and the pDNA contamination in these jabs). Is there any information from you that I can share with a larger group of people? Thanks & God bless!
So my unvaccinated husband has been battling a raised rash since July. So far nothing the doctor has prescribed has fully taken this rash away. He has used cortisone creams, reactine and prednisone. The rash was starting to disappear after prednisone but came back rapidly when his rx was finished.
He is terribly itchy even where there is no visible rash. So weird. Rash started on his back but travels from area to area.
Waiting on an Allergist appointment which can take weeks to months in Canada.
Could this be spike protein or his previous infection of covid19 which only lasted 24 hours with very mild symptoms. I have taken photos of it if and when we see an Allergist.
Dr. Haider, you prescribed Ivermectin for me to use as needed. When I called the Texas pharmacy to get this prescription, they informed me they no longer mail orders. I live in Oklahoma.
PLEASE be careful and stop the steroids NOW. Go to WWW.ITSAN.ORG and see what can happen after too many steroids, and pray you aren't there yet. The fact that you said it was almost gone and then came back worse, may mean you reached his upper limit already and tipped the scale. I pray not. My son went through topical steroid withdrawal and it is a hellacious - and LONG - journey back to health. DETOX, DETOX, DETOX. Do baking soda and Epsom salt and bentonite clay baths. Baking soda will relieve the itch. Do the shedding protocol. There is so much more you can do.
The steroids simply must be stopped though. Look at the drug insert. NEVER use more 7 (or 14) days in a row. NEVER use more than a fingertip length (though they don't know where they got that measurement from). NEVER use on more than 20% of the body. Steroids are a hormone and the topical ones stop your body from making its own cortisol which keeps the cells closed and not leaking nitric oxide, and the skin will stop creating its own cortisol when it gets enough input that it is getting enough from synthetic sources. Then those synthetic sources eventually quit working and you have steroid induced eczema. Message me if you want to talk by phone and problem solve other options. Otherwise, very best of luck on your health journey.
It’s also those who had COVID at one point or another in the last 3 years, but thought they had fully recovered.
Had those people also been jabbed? The MSM reporting of this is duplicitous as ever. They state 'People who took the 'vaccination' or have recovered from COVID'.
But, I doubt any healthy person who recovered from COVID without spending time in a 'hospital', has many problems. Shedding, of course, but still.
You are probably very busy, but is there a way I can get the atypical amyloid fibrin microclot test without booking an appointment? Is this a blood test that must be prescribed? I never had the vax or covid (that I know of), but curious if anything will show up for me.
Indeed it is! Thank you!