621 days since the declaration by the World Health Organization of a pandemic, this scholarly and comprehensive essay comes from Dr. Hindmarsh, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and professor of history and theology in Vancouver, BC. As written by Dr. Steven Pelech in the foreword, “Dr. Hindmarsh has done a remarkable job in making this information accessible, and he accurately tracks the unfolding of the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequences of how societies have reacted to this threat so far.”
Most adults examined in a recent study have pre-existing antibody reactivity to SARS-CoV-2, even if they haven’t had COVID-19. Interestingly, the research by Majdoubi, Michalski et al demonstrated the existence of these cross-reactive antibodies as far back as May 2020.
Dr. Pelech has been a professor of immunology and neurology at the University of British Columbia for 33 years, and is one of the founding members of the Biomedical Research Center at UBC. He is the founder of two biotech companies, and is also one of the founding members of the Canadian Covid Care Alliance and the Chair of the Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee.
Viral immunologist and Associate Professor Dr. Byram Bridle spoke to Druthers at a recent public event, where he expertly runs the crowd through an all-inclusive summary of the many nuances of the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Bridle runs through the real-world results of the vaccination campaign, early treatment, managing the hostile environment in the scientific community, and explaining various flaws in the official policies.
Deanna McLeod is founder of Kaleidoscope Strategies and Covid Sense, working to make sense of the data when assessing Covid risk, and managing risk through the vaccine. Deanna strategically identifies clinical gaps, and guides the development of publication to help equip citizens to make informed decisions about treatment.
Dr. Julie Ponesse has joined The Democracy Fund as the Pandemic Ethics Scholar, lending her expertise in ethics to continue advocating for Canadians right to confidently make educated, informed medical decisions. Watch her powerful speech for the Faith and Democracy series.
Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. Rochagné Kilian appeared as a guest on the Shaun Newman Podcast. Listen as they discuss saving lives in the ER and beyond, and celebrate the overwhelming community support Dr. Kilian has received for her bravery in advocating for patient safety and informed consent.
Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. Rochagné Kilian blows the whistle on the concerning rise in D-dimer levels in patients after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. This detailed, well-referenced video explains the phenomenon of micro-clotting, and why this demonstrates the likely development of an autoimmune disorder.
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