A Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment

The following is a document released by The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). The document was last updated on February 1, 2021.

The document is a doctor’s guide for patients who require home-based treatment. It may also be useful for patients who wish to understand what COVID-19 is, and what symptoms to look out for.

Editor’s Note: We add this resource to our website for doctors seeking early treatment protocols for their patients. If you are a patient, we recommend that you don’t self-medicate as every individual has unique clinical presentations that might need a medical professional’s assistance. We, however, enjoin you to present this document to your doctor, to help them in their decision-making process.

Please note that all the recommendations on this guide have been made by medical professionals who have been actively using this protocol. For concerns about this guide, we encourage you to contact AAPS to get more guidance.

This guide was also mentioned by Dr. Peter McCullough in a Senate Testimony and is one of the very few guides you can find on early treatment of COVID-19 patients [Dr. Peter McCullough: Successful early treatment for COVID makes vaccines unnecessary]. We hope that this guide finds its way to more people so that it can serve its purpose of saving lives.

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2 thoughts on “A Guide to Home-Based COVID Treatment

  1. Hello Dr. McCullough,

    I am 65 yr old outpatient at UW-Madison clinic with a neurologist, Dr. Michael Hansen for severe neuropathy and cachexia. I’ve been laid up for almost 2 years after being very physically active and healthy with no markers of blood tests to be considered out of range, except glucose. I am Type 2. I’ve had suffered from blood clotting while pregnant and was prescribed baby aspirin during that time

    I asked this doctor his take on me receiving the vaxx at my last appointment with him in September. He said he highly recommends me getting the vaxx because he said all the standard comebacks doctors must have been told to say. I told him I will not receive it. Two days after, I received a letter in the mail from the University Hospital about getting the vaxx! Coincidence? First of all invasion of patient/doctor confidentiality?

    I am wondering how a person like myself in Wisconsin who has a blood-clotting history could possibly receive some of the treatment medicines you described (Ivermectin and/or hydroxylchloroquine) as the doctors up here will not prescribe these treatments? My Internist claims there is no proof that these work! I am living in fear, not of Covid, but of my lying doctors!

    I look forward to hearing from you!

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