The Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 9 – Rick Radcliff

Rick Radcliff Floxie Hope Podcast

In Episode 9 of The Floxie Hope Podcast I had the opportunity to interview Rick Radcliff.  Rick is a long-time flox survivor.  He was hurt by Avelox/moxifloxacin ten years ago.

In the ten years that Rick has been a floxie, he has learned a lot about fluoroquinolone toxicity.  He reveals a lot of interesting information about the links between fluoroquinolone induced mitochondrial damage and thyroid health.  Balancing his hormones has helped him to improve immensely.

Please listen to Rick’s story and share it with your friends.  Thank you!

As always, reviews of The Floxie Hope Podcast on iTunes are greatly appreciated!


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4 thoughts on “The Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 9 – Rick Radcliff

  1. Jeannie February 13, 2015 at 3:02 pm Reply

    Thank you Rick for sharing your story! I also was floxed by Avelox 7 years ago! Your story was very helpful and hopeful! I am so happy there are so many conversations taking place about the dangers of these antibiotics, that was not the case 7years ago!

    • Rick Radcliff February 16, 2015 at 12:37 pm Reply

      Jeannie, thanks for comments. I hope you’re recovered or on your way to recovery…7 years, you’re a veteran like me!

  2. Marie - Sweden February 14, 2015 at 12:51 am Reply

    Thank you both for this interesting podcast.

    I am not a “floxie” but a close friend was on ciprofloxacin many years ago and that`s when my “googling” started. Since then, I have read a lot of books, patient stories etc and on many different subjects.

    The last book that I read was Dr. Malcolm Kendrick`s – Doctoring Data.- which I would like to recommend.

    Please visit his web site,

  3. Nicholas Richards March 21, 2017 at 3:38 am Reply

    Congrats on your recovery , Rick. Just want to know if staying on cortisol long term OK? I just know that it can cause bone loss etc

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