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Christina Parks

SERIES 1 | EPISODE 14 | “MAKING THE CASE” | Dr. Parks has been in the spotlight recently for her outspoken criticism of the misinformation campaign regarding treatments for Covid-10, such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin.

COVID-19

Sen. Ron Johnson moderates a panel discussion, COVID-19: A Second Opinion. A group of world-renowned doctors and medical experts provide a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term.

Dr Bowden

SERIES 1 | EPISODE 13 | “PATIENTS FIRST” | Dr. Mary Bowden, MD is a board-certified Otolaryngologist and Sleep Medicine specialist in Houston, TX who is a strong advocate for price transparency in healthcare.

Eugene Dean Update

THE DAILY HOUR | Hosts Jamel Hartman and Sherri Vanderpool discuss the harsh realities associated with the pandemic and the way the governments, health authorities, and the media are handling it around the world.

Tauria Raynor

SERIES 2 | EPISODE 8 | LIVE FROM ENGLAND | Tauria Raynor is a former reporter who has worked for the Royal Gazette, InterIsland Communication, and BBC. She is a Bermudian currently residing in London, United Kingdom.

The Pfizer Inoculations | More Harm Than Good

The Pfizer Inoculations | More Harm Than Good

Canadian Covid Care Alliance is a movement of independent Canadian scientists and doctors providing top quality, balanced, evidence-based information to educate the Canadian public about COVID-19 so that hospitalizations can be reduced, lives saved, and our country restored as quickly as possible. While CCCA is actively seeking more medical doctors, scientists, healthcare and other professionals to advance its work, membership is open to all Canadians who support our objectives and want to see our work go forward.

The work of CCCA is done almost entirely by committee and is 100% volunteer-driven – busy professionals who understand the times and are willing to personally take on some additional volunteer work to produce, fact check or communicate our essential evidence-based information and support for Canadians. Prospective committee members are required to submit a brief biography, and when approved by the Membership Committee, and work in active committee service, constitute the voting membership of CCCA. CCCA commits to issue and promote only evidence-based information, and to maintain the confidentiality of member identification and information.

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