Dr. George Fareed and Dr. Brian Tyson Share Early Treatment Protocol

The earlier the treatment can be started after the start of the infection, the better and more rapid the recovery (as well as the reduction in the risk of spread/contagious period). This would mean that the patient should optimally start the treatment in the first 4 days of the infection and within five days of exposure. It usually is based on symptoms which start within 1-4 days of viral entry into the upper respiratory system. Even starting the multi-faceted treatment later (7-10 days after infection) is also very worthwhile if severe pneumonia necessitating hospitalization has not yet set in.

Latest articles

Swiss Policy Research … data from both Germany and Switzerland does show...
Kenji Yamamoto Recently, The Lancet published a study on the effectiveness of...
Kit Knightly Polio is on the front pages of British newspapers again...
Carey Gillam Glyphosate, a synthetic herbicide patented in 1974 by the Monsanto...
Suzanne Burdick A study published last week in Environment International showed 29...

Your donation helps us
stand up for health freedom!

Canada Health Alliance is volunteer run and 100% supported by the generous donations of those who share our concerns and value our work.

Stay up to date

Sign up to our newsletter to get the latest health-related news and events delivered straight to your inbox.

Become a CHA member

Become an active value-added member and trusted provider of medical and healthcare information and education by joining the CHA Membership Program.

Your donation helps us stand up for health freedom!

Canada Health Alliance is volunteer run and 100% supported by the generous donations of those who share our concerns and value our work.