Press Joint Statement by Leading Thai Doctors Highlights Concerns Over Long COVID and Vaccine-Related Health Issues
"Excess deaths are occurring not only due to long COVID but also due to the COVID-19 vaccines"
A joint statement released today by three venerated Thai medical professionals has issued a somber warning and a clarion call to the country's healthcare workers. Prof Dr. Thiravat Hemachudha from the Thai Red Cross Emerging Infectious Diseases Health Science Centre at Chulalongkorn University, Panthep Puapongphan, the dean of Rangsit University’s College of Oriental Medicine, and Dr. Atapol Sughondhabirom, a psychiatrist from the Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Medicine, have come together in a rare move to address critical healthcare concerns in a 7-point joint statement.
1.Rising Excess Deaths Linked to Long COVID and Vaccines
The trio has pointed to a disturbing trend of excess deaths that they attribute not solely to longstanding COVID-19 complications but to the vaccines as well. These casualties, the statement insists, are often misreported or underreported.
2.Defining and Understanding Long COVID
According to the doctors, long COVID should be diagnosed when symptoms persist beyond three months, encompassing a range of issues from cardiac and respiratory distress to neurological, muscular, and a host of inflammatory symptoms. Alarmingly, there is also an increased occurrence of other virus outbreaks and diseases such as shingles, herpes, and even cancer, possibly linked to long COVID.
3.Concealment of Vaccine-Related Health Data
The statement harshly criticizes what it describes as an orchestrated movement to hide essential health data related to the COVID-19 vaccines, leading to substantial underreporting. Such actions have left the majority of the population uninformed, impairing their ability to seek proper care for vaccine-related conditions.
4.Chulalongkorn University’s Troubling Study Findings
A study orchestrated by the Emerging Disease Health Science Center at Chulalongkorn University detected indications of dementia-related inflammation and protein levels in vaccinated individuals. This research, underscoring its gravity, could predicate widespread health issues within the population.
5.Exhausted T-Cell Immunity Post-Vaccination
Further compounding concerns, a study published in the prestigious journal Nature Scientific Report by Ramathibodi Hospital’s Faculty of Medicine on January 15, 2023, reveals the potential for exhausted T-cell immunity following the third dose of the vaccine, portending a weakened immune defense system with excessive vaccination.
6.Research Network to Investigate Causes and Remedies
In their call to action, the trio announced the formation of a new research network by collaborating Thai universities. This initiative aims to amass data on long COVID and vaccine-related conditions to uncover the underlying causes and improve public health outcomes.
7.Embracing Alternative and Modern Medicine
The newly established research network will delve into both the lingering effects of long COVID and vaccine-related issues ("long Vax"). The network, led by Rangsit University's College of Oriental Medicine and the Emerging Disease Health Science Center at Chulalongkorn University, is set to explore a gamut of treatments. This will include modern medical practices and alternative therapies such as supplements, herbs, and traditional Thai and Chinese medicine.
The joint statement concluded with an important message for both the medical community and the public: health matters should not be obscured and patient care should embrace all beneficial approaches available, from conventional to alternative medicine, to tackle the ongoing crisis effectively. The health of the nation is at stake, and these doctors are not only sounding an alarm but also paving the way for innovative solutions.
The Thais have recently taken to the streets to raise awareness of COVID vaccine deaths, as seen in the clip below from September 19, 2023.
The text reads "Activities to mourn the loss of life from the of the Covid vaccinations 4,888 (NSPO Data) 13/9/23 - Thai people defend rights"
SOURCE: The 7 Point Joint Statement is first reported from TrialSiteNews here.
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