The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) doctors push ivermectin use for flu and RSV after ivermectin failed to treat Covid-19


The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) is a group of physicians and former journalists formed in April 2020 that has advocated for various unapproved, dubious, and ineffective treatments (e.g. hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, and other miscellaneous combinations of drugs and vitamins) for COVID-19.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The group is led by Paul E. Marik and Pierre Kory.[3] Both would later join conservative or right-wing groups promoting COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and misinformation.

The World Health Organization, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and European Medicines Agency advise against the use of ivermectin for COVID-19 outside of clinical trials, but the FLCCC has contended that ivermectin could reduce viral load and accelerate recovery in patients.[7][8][9]

In November 2022, Pierre Kory and the FLCCC began marketing a cocktail of supplements and drugs (e.g. ivermectin and nitazoxanide) for other viruses, influenza and Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Like the FLCCC-advocated COVID treatments, the recommendations lacked credible supporting scientific evidence. The Washington Post estimated that this cocktail could cost over $500.[22]


Tools & Guides

“Just-in-Case” Kit for COVID, RSV and Flu

Published On: January 27, 2023


Just-in-Case” treatment kit for COVID, RSV and Flu.
Being proactive before you become sick is the single best step to protecting yourself and your loved ones. Healthy habits, good food choices, regular exercise, and supplements support a strong immune system. It is also good practice to check and maintain vitamin D levels and to take daily probiotics.

Become familiar with the FLCCC protocols before you need to use them. We recommend you read both the protocols and the clinical companion guidelines to learn about our recommendations. The FLCCC has a prevention and two treatment protocols for COVID-19, RSV, and flu.

Here is what you need to have ready at home in your treatment kit for COVID-19, RSV, and flu viruses. Check each protocol and clinical companion for complete information the following items:

• Mouthwash with CPC and 1% povidone iodine nasal spray
• Vitamin D3, Vitamin C, and zinc
• Melatonin, quercetin, resveratrol or a flavonoid combo, and elderberry
• N-acetylcysteine (NAC), Nigella sativa, curcumin, and probiotics
• Aspirin, B vitamins, and Omega-3 supplements
• You can obtain prescriptions for ivermectin, nitazoxanide, and hydroxychloroquine from a telehealth provider.



Becker Hospital Review

Physician group touts ivermectin as flu, RSV treatment — but it’s unproven

Paige Twenter – yesterday

A group of physicians that promoted ivermectin as a COVID-19 medication, which was disregarded, is now touting the drug as a treatment for influenza and respiratory syncytial virus despite a lack of evidence, The Washington Post reported Feb. 26. 

The physician group formed in 2020 as the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance to help “prevent and treat COVID.” In a recent post, the FLCCC said masks make people sicker and social distancing is a myth. The group also says ivermectin can be used to treat COVID-19, flu and RSV as the CDC and other medical experts strongly disagree. 

The FLCCC cites test tube studies for their treatment recommendations, but John Moore, PhD, a microbiology and immunology professor at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, pushed back on this connection. 

“If you threw Coca-Cola into cell culture, you would see an antiviral effect,” Dr. Moore told the Post. “But you wouldn’t want to be squirting Coca-Cola up your nose against the flu and RSV.”

Multiple studies have shown ivermectin is not an effective treatment for COVID-19, and the World Health Organization agrees. A CDC spokesperson told the Post the drug is not a proven treatment for flu or RSV.


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