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Royal College of Physicians’ influence on vaccination policy

Hi All, as you know, the gross over-use of medical products is causing a massive disaster in our societies, and this must be exposed and addressed.
 
While the over-use of antibiotics, opioids, anti-depressants and other medical products such as statins has been getting exposure, the over-use of vaccine products remains a very difficult area, presumably because so many ‘authorities’ are vested in this area and, as Jackie Fletcher said in the recent BBC documentary on vaccination, “I think it’s too big a problem for them to own up to.”
 
I’m persevering in seeking transparency and accountability for vaccination policy and practice, and in this regard I’m challenging ‘the doctors’, i.e. how have they sat back and let the vaccination schedules blow out like this?!  And there are more vaccine products in the pipeline…
 
The pressure on the community to have an ever-increasing number of what are turning out to be very questionable preventative medical products is a massive scandal, awash with conflicts of interest.  We are severely hampered in exposing this problem because the media appears to have been hijacked by industry and will not properly investigate this area.
 
An angle I’m taking now is raising the matter directly with the Royal College of Physicians in the UK, because doctors are in the front line of pushing vaccines, but just how much do they know about these products? I have to take this UK approach because open discussion of vaccination policy and practice is now verboten in Australia, a very serious situation in our liberal democracy.
 
FYI, please see below the thread of my correspondence with the President of the RCP, Andrew Goddard, and Dan Sumners, the RCP’s Head of policy and campaigns (London). 
 
As in Australia, I suspect this doctors’ organisation will also try to evade scrutiny and accountability, but I intend to persevere to get my concerns about various vaccine products and revaccinations ‘on the record’. This is a serious political issue.
Elizabeth

Thank you for your response Professor Goddard.

 
I again request email contact details for the RCP’s senior censor and vice president, Dr Emma Vaux, so I can include her on my correspondence with the RCP relevant to vaccination policy and practice, and doctors’ education in this area.
 
As you say “The Censors’ role is one around education…”  
 
Professor Goddard, according to the Wellcome Global Monitor 2018, “People with a high trust in doctors or nurses are very likely to say vaccines are safe”[1]
 
Paul Belcher, RCP principal advisor European engagement, says: “Physicians have a key role to play in promoting the use of recommended vaccination as well as overcoming vaccine hesitancy in Europe…”[2]
 
Doctors’ knowledge of vaccination and immunisation is critical to their role in promoting vaccine products in the community – but just how much independent and objective education have they had in immunology and the multitude of vaccine products and revaccinations on the ever-increasing vaccination schedule?[3]  
 
Are doctors and nurses following government/industry vaccination schedules without question?  Do they give any thought at all to the rapid increase in vaccine products and revaccinations in recent years, and to the unknown cumulative impact of all these purportedly ‘preventative’ products being pressed upon mass populations?  Are they keeping abreast of emerging problems in this area?
 
Consider for example David Oliver, until recently RCP clinical vice president, who, it seems by dint of his professional status, had the privilege of a soapbox on The BMJ to promote his opinions on vaccination, i.e. Vaccination sceptics are immune to debatehttps://www.bmj.com/content/365/bmj.l2244
 
David Oliver’s influential BMJ commissioned diatribe against ‘vaccination sceptics’ plays into the current campaign to stifle citizens’ open discussion of vaccination policy and practice[4], and undermines and impedes citizens such as myself and others who are trying to raise serious questions about vaccination and immunisation.
 
Despite his medical qualifications, David Oliver had to publicly admit on BMJ rapid responses that he is not qualified to answer questions about vaccination, e.g. my questions about MMR vaccine products, i.e. about shorter term maternally derived antibodies via vaccinated mothers[5], or why parents and others are not offered the option of antibody titre testing after the first dose of MMR vaccine[6]. (Professor Goddard, I suggest you read the rapid responses on David Oliver’s BMJarticlehttps://www.bmj.com/content/365/bmj.l2244/rapid-responses )
 
In his rapid response to me David Oliver said: “However, i think it takes someone who is steeped in a particular field very conversant with the literature and the full range of literature is best able and qualified to comment. And bodies which have within them a whole range of such expertise are better qualified still.” https://www.bmj.com/content/365/bmj.l2244/rr-15
 
The question is, who is“best able and qualified to comment” on vaccination policy and practice…and willing to be transparent and accountable?  
 
Following David Oliver’s advice, I am looking to the RCP to respond to my questions about vaccination and immunisation, given that doctors are in the front line of pushing vaccine products, and the RCP is influential on vaccination policy.[2]
 
I am yet to see evidence of the RCP’s expertise in this area.  Apart from identifying Professor Conlon as the Chair of the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases, the RCP refuses to be transparent about other members of this committee and their qualifications, affiliations and potential conflicts of interest.
 
The RCP’s governance webpage notes: “Education, examination and maintaining standards in medical practice are at the core of the RCP.  Our censors oversee this vital work.” These censors“…act as guardians of the values and reputation of the RCP…”https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/about-us/who-we-are/our-governance
 
Professor Goddard, I understand that both you and Dr Vaux are busy people.  So am I.  I am aghast that I have to spend so much of my own precious time seeking transparency and accountability for international vaccination policy and practice, which appears to have been hijacked by the vaccine industry, with the apparent support of the medical establishment and the media.
 
Again, I would appreciate Dr Vaux’s email address, and then I will commence correspondence with Professor Conlon and his anonymous colleagues on the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases.
 
I look forward to your response.
 
Kind regards
Elizabeth Hart
Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products
 
References:
1. Wellcome Global Monitor 2018. Chapter 5: Attitudes to vaccineshttps://wellcome.ac.uk/reports/wellcome-global-monitor/2018/chapter-5-attitudes-vaccines
2. RCP inputs into new EU initiative on vaccineshttps://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/news/rcp-inputs-new-eu-initiative-vaccines
3. See for example vaccination schedules in the UK, Australia and the United States.
4. See for example: Vaccination and ‘misinformation’ – who decides? Elizabeth Hart BMJ rapid response: https://www.bmj.com/content/364/bmj.l365/rr-5
5. Measles vaccination – is anyone worried about shorter term maternally derived antibodies via vaccinated mothers? Elizabeth Hart BMJ rapid response: https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k3976/rr-3 and Universal measles vaccination – “well worth the risk of reduced transplacental immunity and increased vulnerability in adults…”? Elizabeth Hart BMJ rapid response: https://www.bmj.com/content/362/bmj.k3976/rr-14
6. Measles vaccination and antibody titre testing. Elizabeth Hart BMJ rapid response: https://www.bmj.com/content/365/bmj.l1932/rr-16

 

Dear Ms Hart

The Censors’ role is one around education and occasionally disciplining of fellows and members. The Censors have nothing to do with deciding RCP positions on such issues as this. Like me, Dr Vaux has an over flowing inbox and am not convinced that copying her in is needed.

I hope you can understand this.

Best wishes

Andrew

Dear Professor Goddard
I appreciate Dan Sumner’s recent response confirming contact details for Professor Conlon, and the RCP’s cooperation on this matter.
In my correspondence with Professor Conlon I also intend to copy both you and Dan Sumners, as it’s important you are witnesses to the important matters I wish to raise in regards to international vaccination policy and practice.
The RCP’s governance webpage notes: “Education, examination and maintaining standards in medical practice are at the core of the RCP.  Our censors oversee this vital work.” These censors“…act as guardians of the values and reputation of the RCP…”https://www.rcplondon.ac.uk/about-us/who-we-are/our-governance
In this regard I also request contact details for the RCP’s senior censor and vice president (education and training), Dr Emma Vaux, so I can copy her on correspondence.
 
Can you please provide me with Dr Vaux’s email address?
With the startling increase in vaccine products and revaccinations occurring around the world[1], and with some governments now mandating these products, it’s essential there is transparency and accountability for these mass population medical interventions of purportedly preventative, rather than therapeutic, products. 
 
This is not happening. Instead, citizens are being inhibited from discussing vaccination policy publicly, and are even being censored. This is a highly alarming development in our liberal democracies.  
 
Doctors are in the front line pushing vaccine products on the community, but what knowledge and expertise do they have in the use of all these products, including the cumulative long-term effects, emerging problems, and conflicts of interest in vaccination policy? 
 
It’s now time to view vaccination as a serious political issue, particularly its impact on the right to bodily autonomy, including for children, as they do not have the opportunity to assess the risks and benefits of each vaccine product and revaccination, and to provide ‘informed consent’ for a medical intervention that may have lifelong repercussions.
These are matters I wish to raise with the RCP via Professor Conlon.
Again, I would appreciate Dr Vaux’s email address, and then I will commence correspondence with Professor Conlon.
I look forward to your response.
Kind regards
Elizabeth Hart
Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products
Reference:
1. See for example vaccination schedules in the UK, Australia and the United States.

 

Dear Elizabeth

Thanks for coming back to us for clarification. That is the right address for Professor Conlon, yes, who I know is happy to talk to you. He may well want to put your questions to the committee as a whole.

Best

Dan

Dear Professor Goddard, further to previous correspondence, below, re transparency and accountability for the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases.

It remains problematic that the names, qualifications and areas of infectious diseases experience of all the members of this committee are not publicly accessible.

I intend to contact the Chair of this committee, Professor Chris Conlon, as you have indicated he is comfortable with his name being shared.

This webpage contains contact details for Professor Conlon, and some brief background details: https://www.tropicalmedicine.ox.ac.uk/team/chris-conlon

My questions for Professor Conlon are relevant to both UK and international vaccination schedules/policy.

Can you please confirm it is appropriate to contact Professor Conlon via this email address? [email protected]

I look forward to your response.

Kind regards

Elizabeth Hart

Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products

On Fri, Aug 9, 2019 at 8:55 PM Dan Sumners <[email protected]> wrote:

Dear Elizabeth

Many thanks for your response. Your opinion has been noted and will be taken into consideration as we progress with the work we outlined below.

Best

Dan

From: Elizabeth Hart <[email protected]>
Sent: 09 August 2019 12:22
To: Andrew Goddard <[email protected]>
Cc: Dan Sumners <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: Royal College of Physicians’ influence on vaccination policy

 

For the attention of:

Professor Andrew Goddard

President of the Royal College of Physicians

Dear Professor Goddard, you previously advised me the Royal College of Physicians“prides itself on its evidence based approach”. (Email dated 16 July 2019.)

‘Evidence’ is worthless without transparency and accountability.

In regards to the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases, it is vital that the identity, qualifications and affiliations, and potential conflicts of interest of the Chair and members of this committee are publicly accessible. Period of membership of this committee should also be disclosed.

I understand members of this committee are influential on the RCP’s position on vaccination policy, an important matter of public interest which is also very controversial. This is increasingly so with ongoing calls for compulsory vaccination around the world, and for censoring of citizens’ free discussion of vaccination matters.

Government mandating of an ever-increasing schedule of vaccine products and revaccinations, along with moves to curtail citizens’ right to question vaccination policy and practice, are highly alarming prospects in our liberal democracies.

Citizens such as myself are demanding transparency and accountability for vaccination policy and practice, this is a very important international political issue.

I have some matters relevant to international vaccination policy to raise with the RCP’s JSC on infectious diseases. People who sit on this committee must be made aware they have an obligation to be transparent and accountable for their influence on matters affecting vaccination policy – their names, qualifications and affiliations, and any potential conflicts of interest must be publicly disclosed.

Please reconsider this matter Professor Goddard, and provide full transparency and accountability for the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases.   

I look forward to your response on this matter. This is a matter of public interest and I intend to share this correspondence with other parties.

Kind regards

Elizabeth Hart

Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products

Dear Professor Goddard, further to previous correspondence, below, re transparency and accountability for the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases.

It remains problematic that the names, qualifications and areas of infectious diseases experience of all the members of this committee are not publicly accessible.

I intend to contact the Chair of this committee, Professor Chris Conlon, as you have indicated he is comfortable with his name being shared.

This webpage contains contact details for Professor Conlon, and some brief background details: https://www.tropicalmedicine.ox.ac.uk/team/chris-conlon

My questions for Professor Conlon are relevant to both UK and international vaccination schedules/policy.

Can you please confirm it is appropriate to contact Professor Conlon via this email address? [email protected]

I look forward to your response.

Kind regards

Elizabeth Hart

Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products

 

On Fri, Aug 9, 2019 at 8:55 PM Dan Sumners <[email protected]> wrote:

Dear Elizabeth

Many thanks for your response. Your opinion has been noted and will be taken into consideration as we progress with the work we outlined below.

Best

Dan

From: Elizabeth Hart <[email protected]>
Sent: 09 August 2019 12:22
To: Andrew Goddard <[email protected]>
Cc: Dan Sumners <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: Royal College of Physicians’ influence on vaccination policy

For the attention of:

Professor Andrew Goddard

President of the Royal College of Physicians

Dear Professor Goddard, you previously advised me the Royal College of Physicians“prides itself on its evidence based approach”. (Email dated 16 July 2019.)

‘Evidence’ is worthless without transparency and accountability.

In regards to the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases, it is vital that the identity, qualifications and affiliations, and potential conflicts of interest of the Chair and members of this committee are publicly accessible. Period of membership of this committee should also be disclosed.

I understand members of this committee are influential on the RCP’s position on vaccination policy, an important matter of public interest which is also very controversial. This is increasingly so with ongoing calls for compulsory vaccination around the world, and for censoring of citizens’ free discussion of vaccination matters.

Government mandating of an ever-increasing schedule of vaccine products and revaccinations, along with moves to curtail citizens’ right to question vaccination policy and practice, are highly alarming prospects in our liberal democracies.

 

Citizens such as myself are demanding transparency and accountability for vaccination policy and practice, this is a very important international political issue.

I have some matters relevant to international vaccination policy to raise with the RCP’s JSC on infectious diseases. People who sit on this committee must be made aware they have an obligation to be transparent and accountable for their influence on matters affecting vaccination policy – their names, qualifications and affiliations, and any potential conflicts of interest must be publicly disclosed.

Please reconsider this matter Professor Goddard, and provide full transparency and accountability for the RCP’s joint specialty committee on infectious diseases.   

I look forward to your response on this matter. This is a matter of public interest and I intend to share this correspondence with other parties.

Kind regards

Elizabeth Hart

Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products

Dear Elizabeth

Sorry for the slow reply. We agree with the need for transparency on how we reach our evidence based conclusions so thank you for coming back to us. I am going to speak to some colleagues then will come back to you.

Best

Dan

For the attention of:

Professor Andrew Goddard

President of the Royal College of Physicians

Dear Professor Goddard

In response to my request to publicly share your response relevant to the Royal College of Physicians’ influence on vaccination policy, Dan Summers has requested I remove the last paragraph of your email identifying the Chair of the RCP’s joint specialty committee (JSC) on infectious diseases.

This is a problem Professor Goddard.

As the RCP is influencing vaccination policy there must be full transparency and accountability.

The membership of the RCP’s JSC on infectious diseases should be publicly identified, not just the Chair, but all members, so that their qualifications for this role can be examined and they can be held accountable for their influence on vaccination policy.

Can you please reconsider this matter Professor Goddard, and provide full transparency for the RCP’s JSC on infectious diseases, including any potential conflicts of interest of members of this committee.

I look forward to your response on this matter.

Please note my email will be circulated to other interested parties for information, this is a matter of public interest.

Kind regards

Elizabeth Hart

Independent citizen investigating conflicts of interest in vaccination policy and the over-use of vaccine products

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