As you know Dog, I am not a cardiologist, so I'm not offering any competency on the topic that is not widely available in published journals.Does anyone feel competent to assess https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/vaccine-heart-damage-and-the-warnings-brushed-aside/ ?
I know the author was appointed a "medical and science correspondent" without the burden of first acquiring any relevant degree and that his career as such was not without controversy or criticism. I also realise that "The Conservative Woman" does not necessarily apply rigorous editorial scrutiny. Since I am already aware of those warning bells, ideally, can we keep comments related to the papers he discusses please?
That would have to be a weekend project. I stayed current and up to date when the FDA Panel reviewed the data before approving the booster. Since then , more data has been published. I maintain a passing interest rather than a systematic interest. I receive the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine (aka YJBM) because I am on staff with Yale. I recall an article this summer that reviewed the literature and the cases . I honestly cant remember much detail and I dont have the copy here in my office. I am biased in favor of YJBM but there are other more influential publications that have covered the topic.Thanks. "There are several, well edited and fact filled articles and studies on the cardiovascular impact of covid and covid vaccines." Could you suggest a couple? Ideally - though this may be asking too much - something readable by someone who isn't medically trained but can follow a statistical argument.
I realise its a journalistic piece rather than a scientific essay or review. I read plenty of those, in another field.
I'm on call today and something has come up. So gotta grab coffee and go.It looks like that has full-text public access, so if you were able to suggest an article or too, I could access.
Bit if a weird statement coming from a Doctor. But then you are a big pharma shareholder aren't you?But is it safe for the parasites who rely on everyone else to get vaccinated?
The most prescribed safe drug is kind of an oxymoron.That's quite a claim. You have a link for that from somewhere reputable?
I was working at our local boat yard and we had an American doctor haul his timber cruising boat out. He had named the boat "Aspro 2". I commented on the odd boat name and he said that's how he got the boat, telling people to take two aspirin & call if the problem persists.The most prescribed safe drug is kind of an oxymoron.
It is a common urban legend that Ivermection is the most prescribed drug in the world...but if I had to guess I think the most prescribed drugs in the world (based on number of patients prescribed ) would probably be Acetaminophen or Atorvastatin. That would be a really hard number to get. But if we include OTC and really safe drugs that do not need a prescription you have to turn to Aspirin or Ibuprofen.
I wonder how many friends you passed it on to of the millions who died?BTW I caught Covid from a triple vaccinated person so relying on the vaccinated doesnt work too well. Are you suggesting I'm now an immune parasite?
My reasons weren't political. They are based on a thorough reading of scientific papers and the data that shows I'm not at risk of serious illness from Coivd.I wonder how many friends you passed it on to of the millions who died?
I'd be more tolerant if you actually had a sensical reason for your behavior rather than a political one.
That's quite a claim. You have a link for that from somewhere reputable?