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We are fighting the covidians successfully!

Not done yet, though . . .

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> As Kansas goes, so goes the nation?

Let’s hope!

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

And will the Kansas legislators now be called to account for refusing to do this for the last two years? Because they must be if justice is to be seen to be done. And ALL other legislators in ALL other US states and ALL other countries too of course. People were murdered by these legislators and are still being murdered and billions will have their lives shortened. Someone has to be held to account for this and simply arresting big pharma CEOs and locking them up for the rest of their sorry lives will not cut the mustard.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Depopulation was the plan. They succeeded to a large degree. It's gonna take Us to bring any justice. Not sure how but praying on this.

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Apr 2, 2022·edited Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Complete bullshit. Where was this order in February 2020? The fact that it took two years for this is absolutely criminal.

This order is just basic common sense.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

sign of the times when you have to put common sense into law, but thats where the pedocrats have put us

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Take wins where we get them, but we must focus on accountability as well.

https://etana.substack.com/p/military-madness?s=w

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Wow. Finally!

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

How I wish the Ontario legislature could be so persuaded.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Fluvoxamine was quietly added back by the science table in late February, for early treatment.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber
Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Currently not recommended: Vitamin D 🤦‍♀️

Recommended against: Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin 🤯

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Right? But at least there is something with the Fluvoxamine. We are well-stocked in my house with NAC and Quercitin, and had loads of Betadine nasal spray on hand, until the spray got back-ordered. Coincidence? At this point, I am thinking getting Omicron and getting it over with might be a good idea. My friend had it and had a loss of taste, and the usual cold/flu symptoms, but is otherwise fine now.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Thank you!

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Are they going to look into why the selected medications work?

Could it be that Covid is not a virus after all?

Maybe it is a blood parasite?

Or even electro magnetic radiation overdose?

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

I had Covid so early, 11-2019, and saw a few people (on the street, at dr office) who were so red faced with cough, I thought at the time it was a whooping cough. I got over it at home with nothing but Burdock tea, and lost 10% bodywt. It was aggressive. I never get flu or flu shots. I was working with someone who has close contact with Chinese people who travel to China as well. So I feel I had 'it', quite unmistakably, and others (3) I know say the same.

I do not doubt that the 5G is likely to affect the graphene, so I fear we may not have even seen yet what those interactions will do. If it is all from 5G, the timing is off to me. I do wonder if simply getting the disease and getting over it will be found to mess with our bodies as well in the long run.

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Straight ionizing radiation may fit the bill as well. Other options worth considering:

- weaponized mycoplasma

- binary toxin

- weak sarin (mentioned by someone without further elaboration)

Virus is the least probable, frankly.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Wish I saw this enacted two years ago, but I will take any victory we can get!

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Apr 3, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

I know there is another state (Arkansas?) that the AG determined that doctors were free to prescribe IVM and Early Treatment protocols without legal consequences. Several months ago.

I believe that had SCOTUS had an updated set of facts when they ruled, they would have struck down the CMS mandate. Unfortunately, regardless of individual state laws, the healthcare industry will be under the grip of a ridiculous regulation written by unelected bureaucrats.

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Apr 3, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

When I got what I thought was "covid" (I waited about a week before reaching out to an online Heath Care Provider), I sought out a prescription for Ivermectin. I hadn't been eating and had lost my appetite. After my first day of the protocol that the physician recommended my appetite returned! And, I don't know if the Ivermectin was what caused a surprise "side affect" or not, but an ulcer that I had battled since I was 16 years old mysteriously got healed! Regardless of whether it was the Ivermectin, or the fact that I do try to take good care of myself and my body healed itself on it's own, the fact remains that it was (and should have always been) my choice. Nothing I was doing was hurting anyone else and I was willing to take the risk without a politician telling me what I "had" to do with my body. Whether we live or die, as long as we are not affecting anyone else by the choices we make with our health it should *always* be in our hands. Period.

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After my first ivermectin dose, my sense of smell came back within three hours. It had been gone for months since my covid experience. Much remains to be learned about this important medicine. Here's what we know of its effect against covid:

https://colleenhuber.substack.com/p/ivermectin-is-safe-and-effective

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'failure to treat' will now be considered 'wanton disregard.'  As such, any perceived statutory immunity will be rendered invalid.

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Unfortunately, the PREP act will likely cover those doctors that are negligent. It's scheduled to expire on 10/1/2024.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

hydroxychloroquine: I have a family member using this for RA. It’s a travesty that FJB and his ilk would not approve this for the rest of us. Like my 92 y/o vaxed mom who was hospitalized for 6 weeks with Covid. She needlessly suffered. FJB.

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

All of the people that coulda, shoulda, woulda been treated with these drugs. Wow, just stunning!!

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Apr 2, 2022Liked by Dr. Colleen Huber

Thanks to Dr Steffen!

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Finally! At least one official acknowledgement that "come back when you can't breathe" is attempted murder!

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This is essentially an admission of active, even if passive, intentional murder of patients.

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