Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, for many, the world has forever changed.

While the majority of people that acquired SARS-CoV-2 seem to have recovered, many have not been as fortunate and have gone on to develop what is known as either Long COVID or Post-COVID. 

For those of us that have dealt with chronic Lyme disease, this story is all too familiar.

Also similar to the experience of those with chronic Lyme disease, particularly in the earlier years, finding answers can be difficult.

This page is intended to evolve into a collection of resources for those that are continuing to struggle with issues related to the pandemic.

My primary mentor, Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD has done weekly briefings since the start of the pandemic on various topics.  The slides from his March 2022 "The Current Crisis: Suggested Protocols" is available for a nominal fee here.

FLCCC Alliance has brought together some of the world's best doctors to develop protocols that have been helping their patients. 

They have protocols that range from prevention, to early outpatient treatment, to hospital treatment, to long COVID and post-vaccine treatment.  These protocols are continuing to evolve. 

They host a weekly webinar on Wednesday evenings that is insightful and hopeful.

incellDx is a lab based on the work of Bruce Patterson, MD. They offer the incellKINE COVID Long Hauler assessment panel. 

They provide treatment for chronic COVID-19 through the Chronic COVID Treatment Center.

Another excellent resource is the Corona Information Center made available by Dr. Mobeen Syed, MD, affectionally known as Dr. Been and his followers as #koolbeens.  

Dr. Been offers a number of highly informative videos on his site and on his YouTube channel.

Please feel free to share other resources you find helpful by contacting me.

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