Hey @dizzeedaz it's not cool to come into my DMs, then I spend a bunch of time telling you to stop worrying about looks to try and make you feel better about yourself and then you do this?

That's just weird.
This was the last message. Gotta say, bizarre.

I was being asked about finasteride and I basically said not to take it, to forget about baldness and focus on looking great otherwise. Hence the "do you think Jason Statham takes finasteride?"
For the record I'm not going to give medical advice on social media. If you come into my DMs asking for it I will either tell you that or ask you questions so you find your own answer.

Also, this is what Jason Statham looks like.
Also, he is as bald as me. And I'm a bald mouse.

Maybe Daz was LARPing and I missed it. It was a piss take in my DMs.

Damn.

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15 Jan
Did @NSWHealth lie again?

They and their controlled media stated that "most people in hospital and most people in ICU were unvaccinated".
It was a lie.
69% hospitalised "double vaccinated"
78% population "double vaccinated"

OFFICIAL GOVT DATA (source in thread): ImageImageImageImage
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13 Jan
BREAKING: A group of doctors have written an open letter to spotify asking to censor another eminent doctor speaking out about safety concerns of a new drug, which is a fundamental and non-negotiable responsibility of a doctor.

The list has been archived
archive.is/sNCVj
Original here:
spotifyopenletter.wordpress.com/2022/01/10/an-…

The language is appalling and fascistic.

All of these doctors are bringing medicine into disrepute.

In most territories of the world, that is against their medical boards code of conduct.
If you feel this behaviour transgresses the basic principles that you expect a doctor to uphold - those written int he UN declaration of human rights and Declaration of Geneva - you have the right to file a complaint with their medical board.
Read 4 tweets
11 Jan
Called it:
Desai and Mehra were given (by a 3rd party) the paper that they submitted to the @NEJM to discredit #HCQ which resulted in a world genocide.

They even admitted it, and we all missed it.

Who was the 3rd party?
#lancetgate
@timcast @RandPaul
nejm.org/doi/full/10.10…
@NEJM @Timcast @RandPaul Pandora's box?
I wonder which large AI-based datasets could possibly have been used to produce synthetic data that was given to Desai and Mehra in order to discredit #hydroxychloroquine in May 2020?

nature.com/articles/s4158…
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9 Jan
This is how it works. Vicky (self proclaimed journalist who only promotes pharma) gets Viki (lab scientist who loves flow cytometry) to front a Q&A as an "expert in #pregnancy vaccines"...

Follow this short thread. It's important.
@fynn_fan @chrismartenson
Here is one of Viki (not Vicky)'s early "novel mRNA therapies are super safe in pregnancy" videos.

It's cringey, but worth watching the first minute to see the framing.

vimeo.com/522275679/6fbb…
It's framed as though Viki (who loves FACS apparently, which is flow cytometry - a lab technique) is an expert in either obstetrics or obstetrics science.

Is she? Let's look....
First of all she isn't an obstetrician (or any type of doctor) and never claims to be, so that's OK.
Read 7 tweets
9 Jan
Those promoting #covid19 vaccination in pregnancy cherry pick data. The sales pitch is that stillbirth can (rarely) be a consequence of covid19... True but out of context. Because the UKHSA report shows that infection rate is increased...
So the only justification would be *if* (and this only applies to stillbirth, not other risks which also need to be considered) the stillbirth risk was reduced by vaccination.

Is it?
What did the *same* UKHSA report say?
No difference.
What *didn't* the UKHSA report say?
It didn't tell us what the neonatal death rate was.
It's a notable omission.
Especially as something really really unusual happened in Scotland in September (when vaccination was being promoted)
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