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Science, and specifically the practice of medicine, requires discourse. Discourse includes many forms, from lively debates on opposing hypotheses to collaboration and sharing of ideas. This past weekend at the FLCCC Inaugural Educational Conference of Spike Induced Diseases (, collaboration, mutual respect, and knowledge sharing were the foundation of the event.

Physicians from states like NJ and NY came to make sure Pierre Kory and Paul Marik existed, and providers and nurses arrived starving for additional ways to help people in the deluge of consequences of using mRNA of a pathogen as the basis to preempt a disease. The mood at the conference was unlike any other I have attended. First, no vendor tables lined with drug reps inducing providers to free meals; second, true excitement to be presented with evidence of the disease and leading edge physicians’ current approaches to treatment; third, a truly collegial and caring group of folks did not want to leave till the conference center until the Gaylord Conference Center had to force us out for their next event. 

Today’s show will discuss the event in detail, including the presenters, attendees, and the future. In addition, we will include the first part of an interview with Dr. Sandy Miarecki, that was fired from the Air Force Academy, in Colorado Springs, CO, for fighting against the illegal mandates in the military. She is a retired Lt Col and Air Force Test Pilot with an extensive biography who takes her oath to protect the Constitution very seriously. She retired from the Air Force in 2007 and completed a Masters and Ph.D. in particle physics before being hired as a federal civilian in 2016. She has been helping the cadets and students around the country with their religious exemptions and appeals, but many of these hard-working and talented young adults are being forced out.

GiveSendGo (my legal fees, plus helping students with college expenses (the ones that left the Academy)

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  • Dr. Jordan Vaughn and Dr. Stewart Tankersley

    Concerned Doctors is an organization of doctors and healthcare professionals whose greatest desire is to live out their calling by treating the patient in front of them without fear. We are committed to providing information and education, preserving medical freedom for physicians and patients, and protecting the vital doctor-patient relationship. Jordan Vaughn received his BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alabama, his medical degree from UAB School of Medicine, and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at UAB Hospital. He is the son of a local physician Dr. Michael Vaughn, who started MedHelp Urgent Care in 1982, the year Jordan was born. After finishing training, Jordan brought his knowledge of internal medicine to further expand MedHelp Clinics to care for patients in all aspects of outpatient medicine; acute and chronic; body and spirit. Medhelp Clinics now has six locations, sees over 140,000 patients a year, and employs 18 physicians and over 200 healthcare workers. Since the appearance of SARS-CoV2, as owner and CEO, Jordan pushed his organization to be on the leading edge of properly delivering early outpatient treatment for his patients and the Birmingham community for COVID-19. Dr. Tankersley is a fourth-generation physician serving the citizens of the Montgomery area. After graduating from Auburn University with a major in History, he enlisted in the Army before medical school at UAB. He then completed two years of OB/GYN training before he and his wife spent a year training as Christian missionaries. After this brief hiatus, he returned to Montgomery and completed a residency in Family Medicine in 2002. Since then, he has enjoyed providing care locally with the exception of three deployments in the United States Army's Medical Corp during the War On Terror. He received awards for each of his deployments. He has recently retired as a Colonel in the Alabama Army National Guard. Dr. Tankersley served nine years on the Montgomery County Medical Society board, where he was honored to serve as President in 2010. In 2012 Governor Robert Bentley appointed Dr. Tankersley to serve a five-year term on the Alabama Ethics Commission. In Oct 20, Dr. Tankersley was appointed by Gov Kay Ivey to be part of the COVID vaccine task force.


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