About this Protocol
This document is primarily intended to assist healthcare professionals in providing appropriate medical care for vaccine-injured patients.
Patients should always consult their healthcare provider before embarking on any new treatment.
Patients with post-vaccine syndrome must not receive further COVID-19 vaccines of any type.
Likewise, patients with long COVID should avoid all COVID vaccinations.
Note that there are significant overlaps between the symptoms and features of long COVID and post-vaccine syndrome.
However, a number of clinical features appear to be characteristic of the post-vaccine syndrome; most notably, severe neurological symptoms appear to be more common following vaccination
Please check our website at www.flccc.net/covid-19-protocols for updates to our COVID-19 protocols.
New medications may be added and/or changes may be made to doses of existing medications as further evidence emerges.
For Additional Potential Treatments, Disease-Specific Therapeutic Adjuncts, and References please see the complete guide, “An Approach to the Management of Post-Vaccine Syndrome,” available at:
Please click on this image for a link to the article… (a PDF is attached below)
A special note from your Editor:
Since information regarding protocols for repairing COVID-19 damage from either the Vaxx OR the actual underlying disease itself is SO important, here’s a link to a prior protocol we posted back on April 9, 2022.
Since we’ve added quite a few new subscribers since then, this additional reference material MAY be VERY helpful, as well.
Please click on this image below for a back-link to the original post…
Click this link for the original source of this article.
Author: Samuel Robinson Kephart
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