EARLY COVID TREATMENTS: Guest Speaker - Ben Bornstein (Consultant for Covid Medical Network)

Ben Bornstein on Covid-19 Early Treatment


8th February 2021 DURATION: 9 mins 45 secs

Interviewed by Mike Ryan - Asia Pacific Today (https://asiapacifictoday.tv)

Mike Ryan asks Ben Bornstein from the Covid Medical Network whether early treatment is available in Australia for Covid19. The answer is surprising.

Ben Bornstein liaises with world experts in the clinical treatment of Covid-19 patients. These experts include Dr Peter McCullough, lead author in the first peer reviewed early treatment guide for Covid-19 and Dr Brian Tyson who has one of the most extensive success records in early treatments of Covid-19.


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