Responsibilities, good-byes, side-effects, and more…

FSM News and Articles

A moral responsibility to get Australians home: Friend of Science in Medicine, Prof. John Dwyer discusses the ban on travel from India, approaches that could help Australians come home, and the technical/logistical challenges that would need to be met. “The … [Read more...]

Clots, theatrics, feet, and more…

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Explaining the AstraZeneca blood clots: what are our risks and how do we proceed? FSM’s John Dwyer explains blood clots and the AZ vaccine – and the best way forward for Australia.

FSM Friends’ News and Articles

Catgut Acupuncture: “Acupuncture is … [Read more...]

Roll-outs, clots, herds, and more…

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Australia’s vaccine roll-out setbacks take shine off its COVID-19 success: “Unfortunately, Australia’s slow and problematic vaccine roll-out has somewhat taken the shine off our enviable reputation for managing COVID-19.”

Explaining the AstraZeneca blood clots – what are our risks and how [Read more...]

Roll-outs, satire, nationalism, and more…

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Australia’s vaccine roll-out setbacks take shine off its COVID-19 success: Some public health experts have warned that Australia may not be able to vaccinate its entire population until the end of 2022 due to a lack of supplies. “We need to … [Read more...]

Cut chef, debunked myth, misplaced fear, and more…

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Pete Evans: why did it take so long for companies to cut ties with the celebrity chef? “Companies have severed ties with Evans after he posted a neo-Nazi symbol, but sharing health misinformation can cause real damage too. It should not require a … [Read more...]

The Seed, Tree and Fruits of Sri Lankan Drug Policy

The story of Prof Senaka Bibile, State Pharmaceuticals Corporation, students Involved in Rational Health Activities and the National Medicines Regulatory Authority, by Chamath Lavinda (4th year Medical Student, President, Students Involved in Rational Health Activities (SIRHA), Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka).… [Read more...]

Cancellations, falsehoods, super-spreaders, and more…

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Australia cancels all Bioresonance devices: From 2014 to 2018, [FSM] had repeatedly [asked the TGA] for these devices to be investigated. Meeting with the national manager in 2016, we were told that these devices could not be cancelled because they were … [Read more...]

Wet markets, shortages, woo, and more…

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World Health Organisation supports reopening of Chinese wet markets: Professor John Dwyer, an immunologist at UNSW and public health expert who spearheaded Australia’s fight against HIV/AIDS, says it’s unlikely the markets will remain shut for long, despite the risks they pose. … [Read more...]

Controversies, models, dry skin, and more…

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JOHN DWYER. Exploring COVID-19 controversies. Part One: As we settle into the longest winter of our lives, strict containment strategies are provoking controversy fuelled by misinformation or insufficient knowledge of COVID realities. 
Is the cure worse than the disease?

JOHN DWYER. [Read more...]