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Professor Ian Brighthope Raises Concerns Over Vaccine-Related Injuries and Fatalities at Senate Committee Hearing

"Other serious issues are the coercion to vaccinate, lack of informed consent, the attacks on doctors and healthcare workers who spoke out, the very high levels of vaccination injuries and deaths"
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Professor Ian Brighthope, with his unique blend of expertise in Agricultural Science and Medicine and Surgery, stands as a towering figure in the field of integrative medicine. His distinguished career, highlighted by the founding of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM), has been dedicated to pioneering nutritional and environmental medicine's role in fostering global health and well-being. His journey began with a graduation in Agricultural Science in 1965, followed by a leap into the realms of medicine and surgery, where he graduated from Monash University in 1974.

During today’s hearing (Feb 1, 2024) in the Australian Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee, Prof Ian stressed the importance of fundamental nutrients. "Senator, a virus that had an infection fatality rate no worse than a severe influenza season was announced to the world in late 2019," he stated, emphasizing the overlooked potential of vitamin C, D, and zinc in enhancing immune system functionality. His proactive health strategies aimed at optimizing the public's nutritional status were, regrettably, largely ignored by Australian officials at a time when solutions were desperately needed.

Prof Ian criticised the mainstream approach to vaccinations and he spoke out of the very high levels of vaccination injuries and deaths. He noted, "Other serious issues are the coercion to vaccinate, lack of informed consent, the attacks on doctors and healthcare workers who spoke out, the very high levels of vaccination injuries and deaths, and in particular, the vaccine induced deaths of Australian children."

In addressing these complex issues, Professor Brighthope not only highlights missed opportunities for a safer, more natural herd immunity but also raises significant ethical concerns surrounding contemporary health interventions.

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