Posted: March, 7, 2020
Last Updated: March, 31, 2020

To WHO director Dr Tedros Adhanom.

The following are recommendation of the American Academy of Stem Cell Physicians for treatment COVID-19 –

For Hospitalized Patients (Based on 70KG weight)

  1. Intravenous Vitamin C 50 grams QD (Need to check patients for G6PD deficiency before high dose IVC.)
  2. Zinc 8mg IV QD
  3. Chloroquine 10mg/kg bid
  4. Wharton’s Jelly 1 million MNC/Kg QD until patient is stable plus one additional day
  5. Nebulizer with  exosomes 1 Billion/Kg Q4h
    Please note the vitamins and minerals are given at a higher dose that are normally recommended and physicians should do prophylaxis for gastrointestinal protection and add probiotics.

Non hospitalized patients

  1. Zinc 40mg  BID
  2. Vitamin C 5000mg/day
  3. Chloroquine 500mg BID initial loading dose of 1000mg
  4. Oral iodine 300mg PO bid
  5. Dietary and life style recommendations
    a. 8oz of water/hour
    b. No sugar
    c. More vegetables at each meal.
    d. Exercise 30 mins per day.
    e. Meditate.
    f. Sleep minimum of 7-8 hours/day.
    g. A total amount of two meals per day

In certain conditions, vitamin D has been found to decrease NLRP3 inflamasome activation and vitamin D receptor activation reduces IL-1b secretion. However, 1,25(OH)vitamin D has also been found to increase IL-1b levels, and should, therefore, be used with caution and perhaps discontinued with symptoms of infection. (Alschuler 1).

The above protocol was sent to the director of WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom. Physicians who decide to utilize the above protocol need to check with their country’s FDA as well as any regulatory agency that supervises the health care provider.

The above recommendation is the opinion of the expert physicians in the field of regenerative medicine and AASCP to WHO.  Physicians who wish to use above protocol are to contact AASCP and present their case to our board of directors which meets every Wednesday night via phone call to tailor each specific case. Please contact for more information.

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