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Priscilla Romans is the founder and CEO of Graith Care LLC. “Graith” means “to be prepared,” and that’s what Priscilla is all about. She’s an RN and has a masters in nursing, but two years ago she walked away from our corrupt corporate health care system.

Today, Priscilla’s focus is on helping patients rather than serving the needs of a hospital or the CDC. Every day, she gets calls from people looking for medical advocates. She serves as a sort of health care sherpa. She tells them where to go, and what to say and do to get the care they need. She works with newborns, with the elderly, and of course, with people of all ages who have suffered adverse vaccine events.

Priscilla has become an expert at navigating around the protocols that hospitals are imposing on patients, the protocols that are forcing them onto remdesivir, then on to a vent, then into a grave. More than one guest on this program has described their loved ones being held hostage by the medical system, and Priscilla understands that very well. She also describes these protocol showdowns as “hostage situations.” And just like when terrorists take over a building, there are doctors and hospital admins out there who have no problem executing their hostages.

To save people’s lives, Priscilla hunts down the handful of doctors out there who are still committed to helping patients in need.

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