We are pleased to present a webinar about a crucial topic: the early treatment of those catching COVID-19, especially with the Delta variant. The Delta, which represents the vast majority of new cases in the US, requires indeed a slightly different approach for its early treatment. For this webinar, we will welcome three distinguished medical doctors with direct experience in treating patients with the Delta: Dr Shankara Chetty from South Africa, Dr Richard Urso from Texas and Dr Ryan Cole from Idaho. This webinar will be streamed and you will have the opportunity to ask questions.
The webinar will take place this Saturday August 21 at 11 AM EST. This is a free event.
Please register at the form below to receive the access code for the webinar.
Dr. Shankara Chetty is a Family General Medical Practitioner in South-Africa. Dr Chetty has a considerable experience with the outpatient treatment of COVID-19, having treated so far some 4,000 patients. He holds a degree in medicine and surgery and also has advanced education in genetics, advanced biology, biochemistry and microbiology.
Dr. Richard Urso is a medical doctor and scientist who invented an FDA approved wound healing drug. With a background in drug development, he has been advocate for early treatment since March 2020. He’s appeared on over 60 media outlets including Laura Ingraham, Charlie Kirk, and C span. He’s met with leaders of the Covid task force such as Vice President Pence, Deborah Birx, leaders of the Congress, Senate and CDC. He’s played a prominent role in Covid awareness in Texas, meeting with members of the Governor’s office and testifying before the Texas Senate.
Dr. Ryan Cole is a board-certified dermatopathologist (AP & CP) and the CEO/Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics. He has worked as an independent pathologist since 2004. Some highlights from his CV: Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology (July 2002-June 2003): Dermatopathology Fellowship (Chief Fellow). Mayo Clinic (July 1997-June 2002): Resident in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Chief Fellow, Surgical Pathology Fellowship. Medical College of Virginia (1993-1997): Researched immunology. Served as President of Student Family Practice organization. Coordinated activities and seminars on the practice of family medicine and rural medicine. Earned MD in 1997.