Dr. Lisa Koche – Another Frontline Doctor Shares Her Heart

Aug 1, 2020 by

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Dr. Lisa Koche, MD

“Dr. Lisa Koche – Another Frontline Doctor Shares Her Heart”

From Donna Garner


Dr. Lisa Koche — Dr. Lisa Koche, MD is an Internal Medicine Specialist in Tampa, FL and has over 24 years of experience in the medical field.  She graduated from Emory University Medical School in 1996.  Dr. Koche is triple-board certified with 8,000 patients.  She is affiliated with St. Joseph’s Hospital.  

Dr. Koche is joining the many frontline doctors who are seeing real patients each day, many of whom are struggling with COVID. She is more than outraged that medical doctors are being hampered from trying to save lives with the HCQ protocol.  

Not only does she recommend early-on treatment with the HCQ protocol, but she also recommends a preventive dose of hydroxychloroquine – 200 mg. twice a week, particularly for front-line workers and teachers. She confirms that this is a perfectly safe drug that has been used successfully for eons without dangerous side effects.  

She also recommends that all of us take Vitamin C (1,000 mg. with each meal), Zinc (5400 mg. daily), and Vitamin D (5000 mg.) on a regular basis to build up our immunity systems.  Dr. Koche emphasizes that we need to eat clean (low carbohydrate) and exercise regularly.

12:18 MINUTE YOUTUBE:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfUvdVL2184

Florida Cardiovascular Institute
509 S. Armenia Ave. Ste. 200
Tampa, FL 33609
Phone: 813-319-0911

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    I saw one of her video’s about a light and vibration bed. Where can I find more information on this bed?
    Bill Tillman

  2. Aside from the zinc dosage being incorrect in the article above as it is 54mg, (NOT 5400mg)the vitamin D is also incorrect as Vitamin D is measured in “I.U.” (International Units) so it is 5,000 I.U. NOT mg (milligrams). Example: 10,000 I.U. of Vitamin D is 250mcg (microgram.) (9:50 mark on the video for vitamin recommendations). Thank you.

  3. There is a SERIOUS error in the daily zinc recommendation in the article above. It is 54 mg NOT 5400 mg (vitamin recommendation at 9:50 on the video). Please correct your otherwise fine article and link to Dr. Koche’s video, also available on Birchute should it be banned by YouTube. Thank you.

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