The Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 3 – Rachel Brummert


Rachel Brummert, Executive Director of the Quinolone Vigilance Foundation, is interviewed on Episode 3 of The Floxie Hope Podcast.  Rachel goes over her history with fluoroquinolone toxicity; and gives information on the history, mission and activities of the Quinolone Vigilance Foundation (QVF).

The QVF is engaged in research, advocacy, outreach and other activities related to helping victims of fluoroquinolone toxicity.  The Mission of the QVF is to understand and reduce Quinolone/Fluoroquinolone Toxicity as a cause of human suffering in the world.

Per the QVF’s web site,, they fulfill this mission by networking medical professionals and researchers; fostering, initiating, and directing fundamental research to discover underlying toxicity mechanisms; funding research that will produce the most promising results; translating new discoveries into effective medical practices, therapies and public health approaches; and develop and applying discovered knowledge to educate the medical community and help alleviate individual suffering.

You can learn more about the QVF through listening to Episode 3 of The Floxie Hope Podcast.  It is available through the following links:

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Floxie Hope Podcast Web Site –

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2 thoughts on “The Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 3 – Rachel Brummert

  1. Vivian Kay Taber - Home Care Giver August 16, 2015 at 12:53 pm Reply

    I take care of Paul Wayne Gay, Adair, OK. He has been in the hospital several times and was given Levaquin and he now has drop toe on his right foot. He can’t walk without a brace. This happened while he was still in the hospital. Wayne did not have dove or drop foot until he was given. I have all the medical records and have done a lot of research on the medicine. Do you have an organization in Oklahoma, if you do can you send me the information. Thank you very much. Some thing needs to be done for Wayne. Hope to hear from you soon. Vivian Taber

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