Dear Paul Wappett, CEO RACGP
Is it possible that the Experimental mRNA COVID injections cause blood clots and Cardiac Amyloidosis?
Paul, I see you are a lawyer formerly affiliated with Mobil Oil Australia.
Looks like you like milkshakes, too. Bully!
Anyway, let’s cut to the chase, Paul.
Lawyer Paul and Milkshake Addict, I’m concerned when I see stuff such as this.
Furthermore, Lawyer Paul, lately I’ve been seeing that young healthy and fit people might be at risk for a dangerous heretofore unreported condition.
I speak of course of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, or SADS.
SADS makes me sad, Lawyer Paul.
Lawyer Paul, I’m no doctor and neither are you.
But is it possible that SADS might be related to the widespread exp. mRNA spike protein gene editing injections that were shoved into the veins of hapless citizens and that your magical paradise Australia built concentration camps to house healthy people who didn’t want to take said injections?
Do you think these might just be a case of SADS, Lawyer Paul?
Some embalmers are finding these massive fibrous clot-like alien thingies in the injected, Lawyer Paul.
This gives Sage a frownie face. :(
Dr. Ryan Cole, a no good Yank, posits that these are likely caused by the exp. injections, especially when applied in multiple doses.
What say you?
Paul’s primary focus as RACGP CEO is ensuring general practice is positioned at the heart of healthcare in Australia.
::raises hand slowly::
Conflicts of Interest.
I’m interested in who are the primary funders of your foundation and if any conflicts arise therein.
We need your help to fund more research
The areas researchers plan to investigate are broad from Telehealth and its impacts, limitations and benefits to chronic disease management in times of pandemic to patient mental health and the impacts of self-monitoring and isolation, to the impact on our Aboriginal communities to women’s sexual health.
This research will help inform future responses to crises like this and advocacy on behalf of general practitioners and the community.
We need your help to gather the evidence
This has been a difficult year for us all. None more so than you at the frontline. We do not want our GPs to be afraid to go to work. We want our GPs to have the tools they need to face situations like COVID-19 with confidence.
The RACGP Foundation has been funding general practice research for over 60 years. Please help us to fund research into COVID-19 and its impacts on general practice and the health of Australians.
Please donate today and shape the practice of tomorrow.
If you are a member of the RACGP, you can donate through the RACGP website or through Member Services on 1800 472 247.
The Royal Australian College of General Physicians Foundation takes their donations and funds study of health issues.
Like this one!
…and a deviation from the cut throat world of full-time academic research.
Can you tell us about your research – the problem you sought to address, the process for addressing this issue and the outcome?
I’m particularly passionate about screening for AF [atrial fibrillation]. Unfortunately, my father passed away from a stroke related to AF – he had no symptoms of the condition.
I think GPs are in a great position to screen our older patients for AF; more than 75% of older Australians will see a GP at least once a year. However, as GPs we work in a time-pressured environment, funding models encourage shorter consultation times, and our patients are getting increasingly complex. So it’s no surprise that only 10% of patients aged over 65 get screened for AF by pulse palpation by their GP in Australia, despite it only taking a few seconds and requiring no equipment.
GPs report time pressures in consultations as the main limiting factor for screening for AF. I’d like to increase the screening rate for AF and improve detection of asymptomatic patients. A stroke is such a devastating way to identify AF, and they cause a lot of suffering among patients and their families.
Sage searches atrial fibrillation.
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Atrial fibrillation (A-fib) is an irregular and often very rapid heart rhythm (arrhythmia) that can lead to blood clots in the heart. A-fib increases the risk of stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.
During atrial fibrillation, the heart's upper chambers (the atria) beat chaotically and irregularly — out of sync with the lower chambers (the ventricles) of the heart. For many people, A-fib may have no symptoms. However, A-fib may cause a fast, pounding heartbeat (palpitations), shortness of breath or weakness.
Could AF and SADS be related?
I wonder if the rise in SADS has to do with another widespread mandated medical intervention.
I’m just very curious, Lawyer Paul.
Like you, I love milkshakes.
Also, I hate mass murder, don’t you, Paul?
Especially when it’s buried under corporate incentive structures.