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18 Jan 2024

While it is essential to encourage informed discussions about the safety and efficacy of vaccines, it is important to clarify that the statement made about the professionals and organizations mentioned is a one-sided and generalized perspective.

It is important to approach this topic with an open mind and consider all viewpoints to make well-informed decisions about healthcare.

Thus, PPIM would like to humbly invite Dr Musa Mohd Nordin from KPJ Damansara Specialist to an open forum with all medical experts to discuss the matter.

PPIM is sure Dr Musa would not dismiss other medical experts’ opinion on the matter and be open to discuss the topic on an open platform rather than throwing brick bats towards professional with education background as his.

Dismissing individuals and organizations as a “self-proclaimed cohort of experts” on the basis of their stance against mRNA vaccines disregards the range of expertise and experience within the medical community.

A respectful exchange of differing opinions and evidence-based discussion is crucial to addressing public concerns regarding vaccine safety and efficacy.

Accusations of fear-mongering and pseudoscience should be backed by specific instances and epidemiological data, as blanket statements can fuel further polarization of this important debate. Both sides should engage in constructive dialogue to address the concerns raised by the public.

Furthermore, it is essential to critically evaluate the safety and efficacy of alternative remedies and traditional medicines without dismissing them outright.

While rigorous scientific testing is necessary to ascertain the efficacy and safety of any medical intervention, it is crucial to acknowledge the potential value that traditional remedies might offer under the right circumstances.

The reported statistics about the impact of Covid-19 vaccines on preventing excess deaths are undoubtedly significant. However, it’s important to recognize the coexistence of varying perspectives on the balance between the benefits and possible risks associated with vaccination.

Engaging in meaningful discussions, backed by factual evidence and data, is imperative to inform and reassure the public.

It is vital to approach discussions about the safety and efficacy of vaccines with an open-minded and respectful attitude.

Engaging in constructive dialogue, backed by verifiable evidence, can contribute to a more comprehensive understanding of this complex issue and foster public trust in healthcare decisions.

Thai news website NationTV.tv published a statement on January 15 from Dr Panthep Puapongpan (also known as Dr Duer), a Thai doctor and public health expert.

Warning that people who have previously been infected with Covid-19 and have received multiple Covid vaccines may be at risk of serious complications should they become reinfected.

Other experts include A senior Pfizer executive has admitted that the drug company did not know whether its Covid vaccine prevented transmission of the virus when it began rolling out the shots globally.

The EU Parliament has proven that the effectiveness of the vaccine has not been directly tested during the question and answer session of the EU Member of Parliament, Rob Roos with a representative of Pfizer.

The Northern District of Texas Court on February 02, 2021 ordered Pfizer to release all side effect data and it has been found as many as 1291 and more, the types of diseases and side effects that have been disclosed included death, stroke, heart attack, still born, epilepsy, cancer, IP36 deletion syndrome and more.

These side effects and the lack of information given to the public was admitted by Tan Sri Noor Hisham himself whom we, at PPIM believe is a respected professional Dr Musa agrees with.

Dr Noor Hisham said this during the question and answer session of Dr Roland’s case in court and when the defense questioned why all the side effects of taking the vaccine were not stated/downloaded into MySejahtera, given the reason that there was not enough space to do so.