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@Island Girl – looks like the MDs are running two parallel sites.
The https://frontlinemedicaldoctors.com/# site that I vouched for is still up as well.
We are also in Florida with the same experience. We did a Telemed session and a received prophylaxis scrip for HCQS through frontlinemedicaldoctors.com
If we had any symptoms they would have added Zpack and Albuterol for pre-hospitalization intervention with zinc OTC.
You can find a detailed account of the excellent experience we posted recently to the Frontline MD thread.
All the best!
Sure, who wouldn’t be a little skeptical. Brave MDs scrambling to help those of us wanting to look after ourselves and loved ones, all the while fending off the mob backed by our “expert” institutions and social media. Turns out, they really do exist. Another perspective is to take their absence on social media as added credibility. Recall, their viral info was scrubbed from the internet within a day and their original website taken down. The good news is services were rendered and we are now able to work and travel with added peace of mind, thanks to frontlinemedicaldoctors.com.
I’m happy to report the Frontline Doctors from the recent White Coat Summit are following through with their mission. After my brief online Telemed session they had an HCQ prescription ready for me at a local pharmacy the next day. Timing was perfect allowing me to fly cross-country for work tomorrow with a little more piece of mind.
The process was pretty straight forward. If you’re interested, you can start by registering at:
Create an account, pay $175, get your appointment and meet with the doctor by phone.
You can get ahead of the process by locating a small pharmacist in your area. If you are unable to locate one, the script can be filled by a pharmacist of theirs in Houston. They will steer you away from CVS, Walgreens, and the like as they are not down with this sensible approach.
My script was a 90 day supply for prophylactic use: Two 200 mg pills on the first day and then one every 7 day, thereafter. Should I develop symptoms I can simply schedule another appointment and receive the Zpack and extra HCQ.
One small glitch was having to switch my browser for the session on Doxy from Duckduckgo to Chrome for the camera and mic on my phone to work. Must be something simple that I missed.
Something else I learned was how much friendlier the smaller pharmacists can be. She actually engaged me in conversation! Can’t say I’ve ever had that experience with the Big Pharma “scientific conscensus” types.
Hopefully, this thread can now make a turn for the positive. It certainly has for me.