I am currently employed at Providence Hospital. Of almost 12 years now. I have attended the summit in person as well as many of the Assembly meetings and do use Dr. Nolte as my primary doctor. Would like to stay informed and help in any way I can. There is immense harassment and unethical behavior of so many of the medical doctors within the Providence system. Many patients express intimidation and fear of being in the hospital. I've had numerous bedside conversations with patients feeling pressured to take the vaccine even while still very compromised and having just recovered from covid. Happy to help in any way I can. This has to stop. Thank you all for your immense contribution in this fight. God bless you and this effort.
I am a Physical Therapist that has witnessed in some of my patients deleterious side effects of each company’s experimental shot (Moderna, Pfizer, J&J) within 30 days post 2nd injection or the single J&J shot. I would love to help in any capacity within my scope of practice or as a private citizen.
I received Antibodies & now Ivermectine treatment - I am so GREATFUL for not having to rely on the Death Camp Hospitals. Not sure how I can help but willing, THANK YOU
My Nice is XXXXXX, 30 years old died 14 days after Covid shot Saturday Nov 22,2021 she was a resident of Wasilla Ak. XXXX was told by Seattle transplant center that she would not be listed for a kidney If she did not receive the Covid shot. She reluctantly took it and died of a heart attack. I would like to know how to get her story passed onto legislature. Thank you very much
Hello! My name is Nicholas and am a healthy 29 year old male that has recovered from COVID within days using prescribed ivermectin. I have a family health history of heart disease and cancers. My wife and I are seeing adverse effects of the vaccines through our family and friends and are concerned by them. My employer is mandating the vaccine - under threat of termination by December 1st
I would love to be a volunteer helping in any way. I am Covid recovered (1/7/2021 date tested positive). I work in the airline industry which allows me to meet & influence several people including those who’ve become recently infected. I’ve been able to direct (Gods will & timing) 4 crew members & their family members to seek & receive early treatment. Having the knowledge of resources available & willingness to direct in a person’s desperate time of need is a blessing….allowing God to use us as vessels to assist others is one of the greatest rewards. Thank You for developing the website & bringing the news of truth to us Alaskans!! God Bless
I am writing in support of the effectiveness of early treatment for COVID-19. I have been a beneficiary of early treatment protocols. Most significant to me, is that my father, who is currently undergoing chemo treatments and has been battling cancer most of this pandemic, tested positive for COVID-19. This had been a concern for our family, of how his body would handle it, would he be able to fight it off? I am so grateful to a doctor who immediately got him started on ivermectin, monoclonal antibodies, and several other supplements, that within 10 days he was fully recovering. This is not the narrative being reported, or heard, but his body had every reason to not respond well. It pains me to think that the hospitalized and death count would be even higher, had so many in this city not had early treatment intervention, or hadn’t been already supporting their immune systems, to be stronger and fighting off any viruses that would come their way. These doctors coming under trial should be looked at as a resource for treatments, if the metric is to keep Alaskans out of the hospital, and from dying, they are leading the way. These doctors prescribing early treatment options are working for the benefit of the patients that they have taken an oath to care for. Thank you,
Brandy Payne Anchorage, AK
Hello, My name is Michelle Hotchkiss. I am writing in support of Dr. Farr and Dr. Nolte and they’re early treatment protocol for. Covid-19. I am incredibly thankful these dedicated drs are willing to help people who are suffering when other medical professionals have denied them early treatment for covid. This has resulted in LESS complications and hospitalizations. This is something we all want, correct? I personally have experience with a different local Dr my family has gone to for years, who outright lied to us when all we wanted was true information to help is sort out fact from fiction. This Dr said the ivermectin was only for horses, in a very derogatory manner. 4 It took me about 30 seconds for me to do an internet search for the history of ivermectin, which clearly showed the history of HUMAN Ivermectin, and then came the crushing reality that our Dr flat out lied to our face. Instead of being honest with us and explaining why human ivermectin should or should not be used for treating covid-19, politics have infiltrated this Dr and how she practices medicine. It also showed us loud and clear she cannot be trusted to give true and honest medical advice or treatment. So now I must decide who to trust. As it turns out, I trust my real-world experience. I have been in the midst of active covid-19 infections several times while helping care for sick family members, and have not become infected. No masks, but general things like hand washing. I have not had covid-19. What I have had is hydroxychloroquine for the last 2 years for rheumatoid arthritis, as well as the most common daily vitamins. Either Covid-19 isn’t as infectious as the medical profession makes it out to be, or hydroxychloroquine has some level of protection against it. Which is true? Well, I do believe it is pretty contagious, and hydroxychloroquine is the only difference between myself and the Covid-19 sick family members. I have more real-world experiences that include consecutive stays at 3 different hospitals, for different levels of care ranging from ICU, to the next lower level of care, to extended specialty hospital care, and to skilled nursing home for the last 1 1/2 years. During most of this time, there was no vaccine. The medical and hospital staff were all exemplary in their careful protection from Covid-19 without the vaccines. As for the vaccine, I've noticed all the claims of safety seem to omit any statements about its long term safety. Will you go on record and make a clear and truthful statement on the long-term (2 1/2 years, 5 years, etc) safety of all the Covid-19 vaccines? Please do, I’d love to hear it. Also include how the vaccines long term is established when it hasn’t existed for the long term? We also all know that vaccine breakthrough cases are increasing, and the vaccinated are being hospitalized. Be honest about the breakthrough cases and also that the vaccinated can still be contagious and spread Covid-19. Since the number of break through cases requiring hospitalization is increasing, why not give them the opportunity for early treatment so they don’t end up critically ill? How can it be ethical to force the vaccine yet deny other treatments with meds that have already passed the test of time and attack Drs who prescribe those medications? It is completely wrong, unethical and frankly horrific, to see the medical community withholding medications and treatments in order to force people to get the vaccine. We all know fewer people would choose the vaccine if they had other choices. Please do not punish these Drs for giving people a choice. This outright attack on drs for providing care that is different than the “politically correct”, yet is safe, effective and meets the goals of keeping people out of the hospital is outright wrong. Drs politicizing a patient’s medical treatment and lying to them is wrong. Pharmacies denying drs prescriptions is wrong. Denying early treatment with human ivermectin/hydroxychloroquine is wrong. Denying critically ill patients in the hospital the opportunity to try ivermectin is wrong. Denying proven safe and inexpensive medications to people are crimes against humanity. If it wasn’t for politics, none of this would be an issue. Please remove politics from our healthcare.
Thank you, Michelle Hotchkiss
Medical Board of Alaska, I am writing today in support of Doctors in Alaska who are/have been providing early treatment for COVID-19. They are effectively reducing the number of would-be-hospital patients because of early treatment protocol. On a personal note, I had COVID-19 at the end of September/early October of this year. I had read several early treatment protocols. I hoped that rest and a combination of vitamins/supplements would be enough to kick it off. My condition worsened and I thought I may need to go to the hospital. My oxygen level kept dipping into the mid 80’s. On day 12, I finally received ivermectin. After one day of treatment the 12 day high fever (off and on) went away and I started feeling better. Day 2 of Ivermectin, I could finally move more than a few steps, and the cough was subsiding. Every day I saw improvement. I am in my 50’s, physically active, and generally very healthy. I am not on any maintenance medications and have no health issues, so it was a shock to me to be hit so hard with the virus. I am thankful to the doctor who prescribed ivermectin and to the pharmacy willing to fill the prescription. I believe it was a lifesaver. 11 It is important the Medical Board remembers that 20% of outpatient prescriptions are written off label. For instance, beta blockers are prescribed for migraines. It’s been this way for many, many years. It’s not unusual for a drug meant for the treatment of a specific ailment to also benefit the treatment of a different ailment. Lastly, it would behoove the Medical Board to remember that patients have a personal right to early, effective treatment - whether or not the treatment is “proven.” Residents of Alaska have a right to choose what kind of treatment we receive, as well as what we may choose to refuse. My prayer is that the Medical Board of Alaska will be inundated with letters of support for Doctors offering early treatment for COVID-19, and that the board comes to the decision that it will help Alaskans thrive by allowing Doctors the freedom to truly care for their patients.
Sincerely and Very Respectfully, Lisa K Hydock
Hello I fell ill with Covid and after seven days ended up with Covid pneumonia and the local Fairbanks doctor here put me on prednisone Aretha myosin and albuterol. At the same time my family member heard that about my condition, concerned, and a friend of there’s brought me ivermectin and hydroxycloraquin. And, said albuterol is not strong enough and put me on Pulmicort instead. I was very sick. But when I started this cocktail of medicines within 24 hours I was feeling much, much better. And was healed by the time my doses were done. If I hadn’t taken these medicines I would’ve ended up in the hospital! How do you believe what main stream medical is doing, I believe what is working, and now I am in example of that. You know, it used to be that doctors could use whatever worked. And now licenses are being pulled for trying medicines that work. Doesn’t that say something to you? It goes against everything I’ve ever known of the medical field. And that smells like a rat. India gave their entire population ivermectin and they are Covid free. Doesn’t that say something to you? And you can’t tell me that wasn’t true because I saw it on oneAmerican news and it was confirmed by a friend of mine from India. Please, DON’T pull licenses of doctors who treat their patients so that they have a fighting chance. This is all about money and depopulation and your fight against your own who have signed the hypocratic oath 12 and is indication of implication of something sinister, not something in our best interest. The vaccine causes autoimmunity, inflammatory disease and a host of other horrible things including death. I do not ascribe to the mainstream medical agenda because of the idiocy of its track record based on family and friends testimonies of their horrendous experiences and outcomes that have not been favorable, even to life altering side affects of approved treatments to even death. So having my experience and hearing others (friends and families) testimonies; those are much more reliable to me than your word. Your word has become untrustworthy to me and apparently many, many others. Why are you hellbent on punishing doctors who are looking at the history in the here and now and using what works. And since when in the past did doctors ever get sensored, restricted and punished for treating their patients how they see fit? Again, this is wrong and it’s unprecedented. I’m asking you to please wake up and remember why you signed the hypocratic oath and separate yourselves from the sinister development of what’s happening in Alaska and in America; the greed of big pharma, and depopulation of America in the attempts to control us and destroy free America. This is not just about a virus. It’s much bigger than that and you all have sold out on things I don’t think you understand accept what your being told. Do your research. Just because your doctors, doesn’t mean you have all the answers.
Sincerely, Traci Marrs
My husband and I recently had Covid in September. It was tough and tough but nothing we couldn’t handle and unfortunately there are so many people who needed medical treatment. I wasn’t hit as hard as my husband with the struggles he had. On day 10 of being sick he called a friend and was recommended ivermectin. It was a matter of less than 24 hours and he made an appt and was able to get this treatment. It saved him from going to a harder path. Within a day of starting this treatment he was so much better. I had come home from work and my husband had cleaned the entire house to a typical clean house that he likes to have but hasn’t been able to do for 10 days since he was sick and I still lacked energy from having Covid prior to him. You can’t deny the impact ivermectin is doing. I seriously press the issue this medicine works so please let those that want to treat patients with it do so and those that don’t, don’t have to.
Thanks Aubrey Day
My question to everyone is; why aren't doctors treating people who have Covid with some medication? I and my husband have both had COVID and not one doctor or nurse gave us any advice for treatment. Even when you have the flu a doctor will tell you the best method of treatment. I am 71 years old and I believe people have been fed such a dose of fear that they have forgotten that doctors are supposed to treat an illness before you get to the hospital stage. The good doctors that the "100" are complaining about have been the only doctors to treat the virus before the person gets to the hospital. Maybe if the "100" had treated people before they got to the hospital stage more people would have lived. Thank you
Cathie Dawson TALKEETNA ALASKA
Dear Medical Board,
It is a tragedy that so many Alaskans are left without early treatment for Covid when there is clear and abundant evidence that early treatments are safe and effective. My husband and I have just recently recovered from COVID-19. We tried to seek early treatment but the pharmacists in our area refused to fill our prescriptions for early, safe treatments. We find this deplorable. We ended up having to have a pharmacy mail them to us. The prescriptions will arrive later today, now that we are essentially recovered. Thankfully, my husband and I have been supplementing with Vit D and other immune boosting supplements and we are young enough that we were able to recover without early safe prescription treatments but had we been in a high risk group, the outcome may have been different. In a country that should have the best available treatments, the medical experts in authority are simply ignoring the availability of lifesaving re-purposed drugs and actually the use of these lifesaving treatments is actively being blocked. How many people will our medical system deny treatments to? How many people have to die unnecessarily? This will only change when public health officials embrace the scientific evidence of the many options for early, safe, effective treatments. Please make policies that help to save lives. Early treatments are essential and have been proven to work.
Sincerely, Brandy Nelson Soldotna
Dear Alaska State Medical Board:
This is in response to the circulating physician letter regarding “Action against Provider Misinformation.” I am a small-town, born-and-raised Alaskan. I am an ICU nurse. I’ve worked in an Anchorage ICU taking care of Covid patients since the start of this pandemic. 22 The public appeal for fellow physicians to sign this letter and send criticism to the State Medical Board, along with the continued creation of a media circus, perpetuates public mistrust in healthcare and further leads to the division of co-workers, friends, family and community. A fellow nurse recently told me that if they had two patients, and one was vaccinated and one was not, they would go in the vaccinated room first. Appalling. Healthcare is a job that is done without judgment or prejudice. We don’t choose who we treat first or better. Our care does not depend on whether the patient is a drug addict, an alcoholic, morbidly obese, or simply non-compliant with their care plan. They have that CHOICE. Whether we like to admit it or not, this a politicized process. What happened to getting second opinions in healthcare? What has happened when we think there is only one way to do things? We all do our best to provide evidence-based medicine, but we are living in a real-time pandemic. Our “science” has been fluid since the beginning. We have insufficient time for real evidence-based practice. What we are doing for patients in the hospital is not working. We have no idea why some people are asymptomatic and some people get sick and die, vaccinated or not. We are not helping people in the hospital other than providing them with supportive care. We don’t know how to turn these patients around. Covid care is a fluid science. When a physician develops a medical plan for a patient, he/she weighs risks and benefits, reviews available evidence, draws from past experience, and takes into account patient preference. For instance, in assessing a patient with cancer, one doctor might recommend aggressive care with chemotherapy, while another might recommend hospice. Neither are necessarily wrong. It’s not an exact science and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. That is why we ask for second opinions and not second facts. When using evidence-based medicine in treating patients, the medical team relies on different levels of evidence and grades of recommendation. Frequently, care is based on multiple levels of filtered evidence. Now, are physicians going to have to consider the current political climate of the particular hospital they work at for fear of putting their livelihood in jeopardy or having their reputation slandered? This echoes of political persecution and we fail the community with this division. The audacity of a fellow physician to tell another physician scientist that they will be written up or lose privileges because they have a different set of beliefs is appalling. Please, take a stand and do not allow this division to occur.
To Whom it May Concern:
I read with some concern and sadness the ADN article that wrongly accused Dr. Ilona Farr of spreading misinformation about the Covid vaccine, thus asserting that Dr. Farr is putting her patients’ lives at risk. I’m a retired grade 3/4 teacher, so I don’t know a lot about medicine, but there are some things I do know. Dr. Farr has been my family’s doctor for over 15 years. During that time she has successfully treated my broken ribs, numerous bouts of strep throat, multiple blood clots in my leg, out of place SI joint and a variety of other ailments too numerous to mention. When I visit Dr. Farr’s office, I always feel very cared for by Dr. Farr and the staff that she has assembled around her. Her care for her patients goes beyond what I’ve experienced with any other doctor. Like I said, I do not know a lot about medicine, but I do know this. My wife was diagnosed with Covid in late September. Dr. Farr prescribed hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin and within a week, my wife was able to successfully teach her online class. Dr. Farr’s prescription worked. When my family has had medical problems, Dr. Farr has always known the right thing to do for us and has treated us in a kind, compassionate way. That is what I know.