Quebec doctor group asks health officials to be truthful about mRNA

Dan Fournier

October 31, 2022

A collective of Quebec medical doctors and scientific professionals have published an open letter raising concerns about mRNA vaccines.

Quebec doctor group asks health officials to be truthful about mRNA
Quebec doctor group asks health officials to be truthful about mRNA.

The letter is addressed to the Quebec college of physicians, the public health director and the Quebec association of pediatricians.

It directly criticizes the provincial health authorities, saying COVID-19 vaccines should not be promoted since they were not fully tested on animals.

The Quebec Health website states that the COVID-19 vaccines “have gone through all the necessary steps prior to approval,” which supposedly includes conducting preclinical animal studies.

However, this assertion remains disputable, given that insufficient testing has taken place on animals for the vaccine.

The group also claims that the provincial health authorities are contravening federal law, specifically section 9 of the Canadian Food and Drugs Act, by promoting the vaccines.

The letter says it’s questionable to advertise the mRNA vaccine in the same manner as other vaccines because it was not fully tested on animals and was quickly released and administered under an emergency directive. The vaccine is an experimental product of gene manipulation, very different from conventional vaccines, the letter states.

It was written with Réinfo Covid Québec, an arm of an international collective of 4,000 doctors and 80,000 members. It describes itself as a group of caregivers, doctors and citizens concerned with the need for a fair and proportionate health policy in Quebec and elsewhere in the world.

The group further claims that health authorities did not meet required ethical standards, specifically regarding the completeness of information communicated to parents, and that they failed in their obligation to provide informed consent.

They also say the public health authority, the INSPQ, created an ethical justification to vaccinate children to protect the elderly and vulnerable. The group refers to the INSPQ’s publication, which recommends vaccinating children to protect more vulnerable groups of society.

So far, the health authorities referenced have yet to respond.

Dan Fournier is an investigative journalist in Quebec, Canada.

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