Our Scientific and Medical Advisory Committee have analyzed a recently published JAMA article by Mitchell et al.
Could it Have Really Happened? A Rejoinder to Ogden et al.’s “Counterfactuals” of Effects of Vaccination and Public Health Measures on COVID-19 Cases in Canada: What could have Happened?”
A Rejoinder to Ogden et al.’s “Counterfactuals” of Effects of Vaccination and Public Health Measures on COVID-19 Cases in Canada:
Pfizer reports 90.7% efficacy in children. Is this meant to fool the public?
There is no science to support vaccinating children.
You may be able to claim EI benefits if you are dismissed for not being fully vaccinated.
An interview with Dr. Bridle highlighting critical errors in the article published in the CMAJ
Call for retraction of paper entitled: “Impact of population mixing between vaccinated and unvaccinated subpopulations on infectious disease dynamics: implications for SARS-CoV-2 transmission”- Jessica Rose
“The point of publishing a low level piece of writing like this is to create division. It is that simple.”
“Disinformation Must Be Called Out”, said Dr. Bridle, and his analysis shows that “the paper by Fisman, et al. should be
Now more than ever, we need substantive debate about decisions that affect the health of hundreds of millions of people,