I found an honest vaccine scientist

I found an honest vaccine scientist by Steve Kirsch for Steve Kirsch’s Newsletter

When the Israeli Ministry of Health story broke, I emailed hundreds of people involved in vaccine safety. Only one person replied saying he wanted to see the data: Martin Kulldorff.

Executive summary

I found an honest mainstream vaccine scientist: Martin Kulldorff.

Martin still thinks other vaccines are safe, but with the COVID vaccines he has serious doubts because nobody has shown him a convincing risk-benefit study for those under 70.

Martin was the only scientist who wanted to see the Israeli data.

Nobody else was interested.

I wonder if this is because he cut his ties with Harvard, the CDC, and the FDA. Do you think that might have something to do with it?

Introduction

For those of you who don’t know who Martin Kulldorff is, here’s his Wikipedia entry which I corrected to reflect the fact he’s no longer on the FDA committee (see italics):

Martin Kulldorff (born 1962) is a Swedish biostatistician. From 2003 to 2021, he wasa professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.[2] He is a former member of the Food and Drug Administration‘s Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee and a former member of the Vaccine Safety Subgroup of the Centers for Disease Control’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.[1][3]

In 2020, Kulldorff was a co-author of the Great Barrington Declaration, which advocated lifting COVID-19 restrictions on lower-risk groups to develop herd immunity through infection, while stating that vulnerable people should be protected from the virus.[4] The Declaration was criticized as being unethical and infeasible and was widely rejected.[5]

During the pandemic, Kulldorff opposed disease control measures such as lockdowns, contact tracing, and mask mandates.[4][6][7]

Note that Martin is tenured faculty on leave from Harvard Medical School. He was not “booted” as some believe. He chose to temporarily leave for reasons I’ve been asked not to disclose that have nothing to do with his beliefs or that he is outspoken on this issue.

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