Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance Develops Groundbreaking Treatment Protocol for Post-Vaccine Syndrome

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In this in depth video, FLCCC doctors discuss their newest protocol for treating vaccine-injured patients. For a live link to the video, see Resource list at end.


Using the latest research, a team of leading physicians, scientists and clinicians have developed an effective treatment protocol that enables patients to recover from various disabling side effects of previous COVID-19 vaccination

WASHINGTON, D.C. – After several months of scientific investigation that included extensive literature review, clinical observation, and deliberations among more than a dozen world-leading physicians and medical scientists, the FLCCC has released its protocol to treat those suffering from side effects from the COVID-19 vaccines, a condition identified as “Post-Vaccine Syndrome.” The new protocol called I-RECOVER: Post-Vaccine Treatment, uses a combination of FDA approved medications and widely available supplements to treat the growing number of patients suffering from a wide range of symptoms following COVID-19 vaccination.

According to data recently released from Pfizer, approximately one to one and a half percent of COVID-19 vaccinations resulted in adverse medical events during the company’s trial of the vaccine. Although published research shows that the limitation of the system underreports by approximately 30-fold [1], the U.S. government’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System shows that over 1.2 million adverse events associated with the vaccine have been reported since COVID-19 vaccinations became available to the public. Some of these events may have resolved with the patient having no further complications, but there is a growing number of patients presenting with chronic and sometimes severe symptoms that have unexplained origins.

“We have been reviewing the data on patients suffering from a variety of health complications following COVID-19 vaccination and there is no doubt that people are experiencing in some cases serious symptoms that until now, had no treatment,” said Paul Marik, MD, co-founder and chief scientific officer of the FLCCC. “Post-Vaccine Syndrome presents differently in each patient and is incredibly difficult to treat. We hope that this protocol will help our colleagues in their search for information and guidance to help their patients.”

According to the FLCCC doctors and their associates who collaborated to create the protocol, there are a growing number of patients suffering from a variety of symptoms following vaccination including severe neurological complications. The symptoms following COVID-19 vaccination vary greatly and have yet to be recognized by medical authorities, however, there is sufficient clinical data to establish a correlation between the COVID-19 vaccinations and spontaneous negative health outcomes.

“This protocol is the result of countless hours reviewing the medical literature and collaborating with our colleagues who are successfully treating patients with Post-Vaccine Syndrome,” said Pierre Kory,

MD, MPA, president and chief medical officer of the FLCCC. “The lack of attention from the medical authorities to what is a real and growing public health crisis is astounding. We could no longer wait for government agencies or global health organizations to figure this out and we had to take action on our own.”

The I-RECOVER protocol was a collaborative effort drawing on the expertise of a dozen world-renowned physicians including, Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Paul Marik, Dr. Keith Berkowitz; Dr. Flavio Cadegiani; Dr. Suzanne Gazda; Dr. Meryl Nass; Dr. Tina Peers; Dr. Robin Rose; Dr. Yusuf (JP) Saleeby; Dr. Eugene Shippen; Dr. Mobeen Syed; and Dr. Fred Wagshul.

More information about the I-RECOVER: Post-Vaccine Treatment protocol can be found here:

[1]Rose J. A report on the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) of the COVID-19 messenger ribonucleic acid 9mRNA) biologicals. Science, Public Health Policy, and Law 2021; 2:59-80.

About the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance: The FLCCC Alliance was organized in March 2020 by a group of highly published, world renowned critical care physicians and scholars with the academic support of allied physicians from around the world. FLCCC’s goal is to research and develop lifesaving protocols for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 in all stages of illness. Their MATH+ Hospital Treatment Protocol, introduced in March 2020, has saved thousands of patients who were critically ill with COVID-19. For more information:


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