Trust the biased Chief Medical Officer at your own peril

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Prof. Paul Kelly has been made the Chief Medical Officer of Australia and I notice that he co published a paper in 2017 which was published through Oxford–the makers of a Covid Vaccine with Astra Zeneca. The paper was a positive tick for repeated vaccinations. Biased don’t you think?

Repeated Vaccination Does Not Appear to Impact Upon Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness (VE) Against Hospitalization With Confirmed Influenza.

The conclusion of the research said : Vaccination in both the current and previous seasons was associated with a higher VE against hospitalization with influenza than vaccination in either single season. These findings reinforce current recommendations for annual influenza vaccination, particularly those at greatest risk of influenza disease.
The authors published this study with OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
© The Author 2017. Published by Oxford University Press for the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
So Paul Kelly published a study proving repeated vaccinations work better than not getting a shot yearly as far as keeping you out of hospital goes. And he published this for the IDSA!!
A look at the ISDA site tells you it is in bed with vaccine makers of course. Their conference is supported by Astra Zeneca among others. Surprise surprise.

Our Prime Minister said on Kelly’s appointment as Chief Medic that

“He has become a familiar and reassuring presence on our TV screens. His in-depth knowledge of this virus and its transmission has been invaluable.”

I wonder what Paul Kelly thinks about Poly ethelene glycol or PEG in the Pfizer vaccine-which the ex vice president of Research for Pfizer -Michael Yeadon says can cause a severe allergic reaction in up to 70% of the population..a reaction so severe that it may cause death!!

Even a pleb like me can find this out- so surely our new Chief Medical Officer knows these things. Omitting to tell us about this is culpable.

Dr Michael Yeadon and Dr Wolfgang Wodarg wrote to the European Medicines Agency to halt all trials of the Pfizer vaccine–this is one claim they bring up.

X. In the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine candidate, polyethylene glycol (PEG) is found in the fatty lipid nanoparticle coating around the mRNA. Seventy percent of people make antibodies to PEG and most do not know it, creating a concerning situation where many could have allergic, potentially deadly, reactions to a PEG-containing vaccine. PEG antibodies may also reduce vaccine effectiveness. Pfizer/BioNTech is also inserting an ingredient derived from a marine invertebrate, mNeonGreen, into its vaccine. The ingredient has bioluminescent qualities, making it attractive for medical imaging purposes, but it is unclear why an injected vaccine would need to have that quality. mNeonGreen has unknown antigenicity.

See more about mNeonGreen and why it is in this vaccine

Stephen Leeder is an emeritus professor of public health and community medicine at Sydney University and Westmead Hospital. He edits the International Journal of Epidemiology.

Much medical research is incomplete or wrong. The participation of drug companies in sponsored research and continuing education for doctors whereby the results of research are communicated to them demands healthy scepticism. Stephen Leeder says: “Forget the dog: make 2018 the Year of the Sceptic”.

Concern over the sponsorship by drug companies of medical research conferences and continuing education of doctors has surfaced again in the media. Fair enough. Consider, first, the nature of science and the quality of research that gets published and the potential bias in continuing education for doctors when drug companies pay for it.