The jab .... Have you had it and have you had any after effects ?


B.C. doctors warned they could face discipline for spreading COVID-19 misinformation

Hoffe and Code are mentioned, as well as another called Malthouse. Code was also promoting hydroxychloroquine.
 
Have you a link to that?
Of course I have oh little troll like creature! But I thought you would already know this, having ‘dun yur resurch!!!’

Hopefully this video (on Facebook alas), which has an exert of him speaking on it stating that he has had both doses will shut down some of the crap the ratlickers come out with.

The relevant bit is at the 2 minute point - but before you slink back under your bridge it would be worthwhile for you to watch the rest. It addresses a number of points if you were to quote the good Dr Malone In the future and save me having to slap you down again.

 
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Other half is an acupuncturist, she is now innundated with patients who are ill, general fatigue, chronic pain, women with period problems, they all seem to start getting ill 6-8 weeks after the jabs.
Firstly an acupuncturist is not medically qualified in any way - and is probably subject to observational biases.

As your other half and her clients ’may’ be of the slightly crunchy variety - and thus any changes to their bodies following the vaccine may be automatically ascribed to the vaccine.

What they should be doing is logging it on the yellow card scheme. This is so that the real experts, the epidemiologists monitoring this, can look at the numbers from a scientific basis - and compare it to the numbers you would expect to see in the general population in given time frame.

If you are worried that they are covering something up - they were VERY quick to call it on the blood clot problem and the myocarditis, and they have pointed out there is no real problem with either irregular menstruation or spontaneous abortions (information for both in the public domain)
 

holyphuc

Old-Salt
Firstly an acupuncturist is not medically qualified in any way - and is probably subject to observational biases.

As your other half and her clients ’may’ be of the slightly crunchy variety - and thus any changes to their bodies following the vaccine may be automatically ascribed to the vaccine.

What they should be doing is logging it on the yellow card scheme. This is so that the real experts, the epidemiologists monitoring this, can look at the numbers from a scientific basis - and compare it to the numbers you would expect to see in the general population in given time frame.

If you are worried that they are covering something up - they were VERY quick to call it on the blood clot problem and the myocarditis, and they have pointed out there is no real problem with either irregular menstruation or spontaneous abortions (information for both in the public domain)
There seems to be quite a bit of resistance to reporting on the yellow card, doctors refusing to allow it despite that being against the guidelines/rules and it seems very few people know about the yellow card.
 
There seems to be quite a bit of resistance to reporting on the yellow card, doctors refusing to allow it despite that being against the guidelines/rules and it seems very few people know about the yellow card.
That sounds very weird - it is mentioned on the information leaflet that people are given when they get their jabs.

Not sure about the doctors though - might be that there is another reporting channel for medical professionals to use IIRC.

It even says on the yellow card website that they are encouraging maximum reporting.
 

offog

LE
There seems to be quite a bit of resistance to reporting on the yellow card, doctors refusing to allow it despite that being against the guidelines/rules and it seems very few people know about the yellow card.
could that be because not many people have had problems.
 
Other half is an acupuncturist, she is now innundated with patients who are ill, general fatigue, chronic pain, women with period problems, they all seem to start getting ill 6-8 weeks after the jabs.
Correlation does not necessarily mean causation.

Your other half might understand that if they weren't a practitioner of pseudoscience.
 

endure

GCM
Just had an email from the Rt Hon Saj telling me I'm not speshul any more :( :wink:
 
Firstly an acupuncturist is not medically qualified in any way - and is probably subject to observational biases.

As your other half and her clients ’may’ be of the slightly crunchy variety - and thus any changes to their bodies following the vaccine may be automatically ascribed to the vaccine.

What they should be doing is logging it on the yellow card scheme. This is so that the real experts, the epidemiologists monitoring this, can look at the numbers from a scientific basis - and compare it to the numbers you would expect to see in the general population in given time frame.

If you are worried that they are covering something up - they were VERY quick to call it on the blood clot problem and the myocarditis, and they have pointed out there is no real problem with either irregular menstruation or spontaneous abortions (information for both in the public domain)
People who go to see acupuncturists tend to have the same problems all the time. They just come up with different reasons for having those problems depending on what happens to be going around on Facebook at the time.
 
Too many, sometimes if it waddles when it walks and quacks, it is a duck despite what people with vested interests tell you.
How many is she getting compared to normal? Bearing in mind that literally millions have been innoculated so "too many" is quite a high bar to set for it to be not worth innoculating. Thats allowing that it is actually vaccine related.
 
Any anecdotal reports of this rise in the UK?

Do your research and find the truth.

The question is not whether anecdotal reports exist. The question is simply whether Dr Cole has correctly interpreted the data he has seen.

Put up any relevant papers and we can have a look. For example, it seems to me that he would have to have the spike protein circulating in the blood AND the spike protein would have to be biologically active. Unlikely.

I cannot be bothered looking how far he is involved in the anti vax wibble but I suspect he is part of it.

If you want a rigourous argument, start putting proper information up.

More likely, you just want to spread your agitprop. You are not doing yourself any favours to be honest.
 

endure

GCM
Any anecdotal reports of this rise in the UK?

No because it's bullshit and Ryan Cole is a bullshitter.

 
Any anecdotal reports of this rise in the UK?

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