During this episode of Q and A, which involved a discussion of the impact of computer technology on the wiring of the brain, a comment was made about the distinction between ‘peer-reviewed scientific information’ and ‘personal experience’. It was implied in this discussion that all peer-reviewed information is valid and of greater value to our.. read more →

The Australian Health Minister, Mr. Dutton, has approved 2 new expensive drugs for the PBS (26 October 2014). These 2 new drugs are described by journalist, Sean Parnell (the Australian 27 October 2014) as being for ‘rare medical conditions’ and will cost the government $237.5 million over 4 years. One drug, Ivacaftor, is stated to.. read more →

Rick Morton’s article “University paid for anti-vaccine student to attend conference” (28th January 2014) presents misinformation about my presentation on the HPV vaccine at the Cancer Science and Therapy Conference in San Francisco (October 2013). Morton has made allegations about the conference that have not been supported with evidence from the Dean of Research at.. read more →

Rick Morton’s article “University paid for anti-vaccine student to attend conference” (28th January 2014) is an inaccurate account of my presentation on the HPV vaccine at the Cancer Science and Therapy Conference in San Francisco. Morton makes allegations about the procedures of this conference but does not provide any evidence for his statements. In addition,.. read more →

05 Jun 2013
June 5, 2013

Community Concern about HPV Vaccine

June 5th, 2013 To The Chief Medical Officer of Australia Here are some signals of the possible harm that HPV vaccine is causing: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) last month revealed that its national Vaccine Injury Compensation Programme (VICP) has awarded $5,877,710 US dollars to 49 victims in claims made against the.. read more →