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Don’t trust me, I’m a doctor
A report by Dr Julie Sladden in Spectator Australia
This is the story about Tyson Illingworth, an unfortunate Australian who has suffered a terrible, debilitating vaccine injury and left out to dry by the medical health professionals and public health authorities.
Tyson’s symptoms were further exacerbated by the second dose, and he was rushed to hospital once again. ‘I was unable to move, my hands felt like they were on fire, and I struggled to get through the day… I thought my life was over…’
But it is the same story all across the world. You have to wonder about that?
I know I am not alone in hearing so many first and second hand accounts of people who have suffered “rare” side effects. I thought rare was supposed to be uncommon?
It’s a warning for anyone who has already taken their poison and is foolishly considering more.
The buck stops with you.
You are on your own.
You’re gonna need it.
The COVID-19 Vaccine Claims Scheme was established to help people receive financial support if they’ve experienced harm because of a Covid vaccine. The application process could be described as complicated, at best. Many patients find they are ineligible to claim due to the limited list of recognised adverse effects. In addition, submitting a claim requires a doctor to complete a 10-page report documenting their medical opinion and link to vaccination – something many doctors are unwilling to put their name to.
Tyson experienced this also, ‘I had 5 different doctors confirm that my condition was caused by the vaccine, and they all said they cannot go on record.’
Thank you AHPRA position statement…
(The position statement makes clear that any health advice which undermines the national immunisation campaign may result in investigation and regulatory action. Result? Many doctors are too scared to report an adverse event for fear they might be investigated.)