Dr Aseem Malhotra MD Cardiologist – Keynote Speech at Oslo International Conference
Oslo International Conference 19th November, 2022
Dr Aseem Malhotra MD Cardiologist – keynote speech
How to survive the medical information mess. Ignorance of this problem even at the highest level of academic and clinical leadership is profound.
Most of my colleagues admit they are getting their information on the vaccine from the BBC.
Rochelle Walensky, Chairman of the CDC said that the optimism on the vaccines came from CNN reports.
Consider the following:
- Much published research is not reliable, offers no benefit to patients, or is not useful to decision makers.
- Most healthcare professionals ARE NOT AWARE of this problem
- They also lack the necessary skills to evaluate the reliability and usefulness of medical science.
- Patients and families frequently lack relevant accurate medical evidence and skilled guidance at the time of medical decision making.
The greater the financial and other interests and prejudices in a scientific field, the less likely the research findings are to be true.
I have tried for many years to expose the shortcomings of the drug industry.
Pharmaceutical companies and medical device companies have an obligation to produce profit for their shareholders. They do not have a legal obligation to give you the best treatment.
The real scandals are that medical regulators fail to prevent misconduct by industry and doctors, institutions and journals who have a responsibility to patients, collude with industry for financial gain
Honest doctors can no longer practice honest medicine. We have a complete healthcare system failure and an epidemic of misinformed doctors and misinformed and harmed patients.
The third most common cause of death after heart disease and cancer globally is prescribed medications. Most of the deaths are based upon exaggerated benefits of those drugs.
The business model of the drug companies is based on FRAUD.
So what is fraud? Deliberate deception in order to make money…
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