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Master of Science in Drug Research and Management
Board Certified Prehospital Emergency Physician
Board Certified Specialist for Radiation Oncology

A Project of Crucial Importance

First of all, I thank the initiators for the enormous and important project they have started. A control group is not only needed, but vital to examine by comparison if a treatment really works.

Studies Must be Carried out Until Evidence is Reached Let us start by looking at studies that led to major changes in radiation oncolgy in the 1980s and 1990s. Patients suffering from malignant soft tissue sarcomas had their limbs amputated until it was clearly proven that limb preserving surgery combined with radiation therapy would not compromise their prognosis (1). Women suffering from early stage breast cancer had their breasts amputated until it could be demonstrated that the excision of the tumor followed by radiation therapy was equal to mastectomy (2). We can easily understand that the studies had to be conducted until the results were confirmed, meaning that people sadly still lost parts of their bodies with all the physical and psychological consequences. However, this is science as it must be carried out.

One of Many Problems with the Vaccine Trials After short term studies, published by press release, the control groups have been destroyed deliberately by vaccinating most of the participants in these.

A Large Control Group for Reliable Results Thus, we do not only need a control group, but a large one in order to generate data which is as statistically reliable as possible.

What We Need to Know We need to find out about the following, among many other aspects:

  • infection rates in comparison with and without vaccination, severity, death rate
  • how long natural immunity after having recovered from covid lasts
  • life expectancy
  • cancer rates, cancer recurrence
  • female and male fertility and rates of birth defects
  • more about rates of side effects, such as blood clotting disorders, heart attacks, etc. etc.

Differences Between Unvaccinated Depending on the Number of Vaccinated Around Them? A scientist from Israel has told me that many people there, who chose not to be vaccinated, experience various symptoms akin to side effects of the vaccines. Is there a correlation between the number of unvaccinated people reporting such symptoms and the number of vaccinated people around them? If so, what scientific findings could explain this phenomenon?

Thank You Last but not least, I would like to thank everyone taking part in this crucial project or helping with the huge amount of scientific work.

References:

  1. Rosenberg SA, Tepper J, Glatstein E et al. (1982): The treatment of soft-tissue sarcomas of the extremities. Ann Surg 196:305-315
  2. AD, Morris RD, Wilson JF et al. (1997): Breast-conserving therapy versus mastectomy in early stage breast cancer: A meta-analysis of 10 years survival. Cancer J Sci Am 3:6-12