Even as the official narrative continues to be promulgated on the people, voices of reason continue. In Segment one, Brook Jackson, a Pfizer whistleblower who has produced hard evidence of a cover-up of scientific fraud in a trial site where Pfizer-contract researchers stretch the limits of tolerance of scientific integrity, tells her story. In Segment Two, a citizen scientist, March Twisdale, takes the fight on hesitancy to the physicians who are reluctant to report vaccine injuries and deaths. And in Segment Three, an Epidemiologist, Cathy Stein, has decided “enough is enough” and is now offering a course on Vaccine Math and another on epidemiology to the public so they can better understand how studies should be conducted.
Brook Jackson has a nearly 20-year career spent in the clinical research industry, working at individual clinical trial sites, SMOs, and CRO organizations. Her experience includes research in all phases of development for medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and biologics, with key experience in Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Immunology, and Infectious Diseases. Brook’s range of expertise has developed from her roles in clinical trial coordination and management, clinical trial monitoring, clinical trial auditing, and director-level responsibility for quality control and assurance, regulatory compliance, and data management.
March Twisdale is an Informed Consent Advocate living in Washington State. She produces two FM radio shows: Prose, Poetry & Purpose, and Focus On! March Twisdale also writes a Substack titled: Our Thoughts Matter. She believes the minority voice provides necessary value, specifically because it brings diversity to the conversation. Humans instinctually fall into line behind a majority leader and we tend to avoid standing out from the crowd, causing bad ideas to appear to enjoy popular support when they merely enjoy group compliance. Listen to March’s radio interviews with authors from around the world here: marchtwisdale.com and search “Our Thoughts Matter” at substack.com. Welcome to the conversation!
Dr. Cathy Stein is a Professor of Epidemiology and instructor at IPAK-EDU whose career has focused on studying the clinical epidemiology and genetic epidemiology of tuberculosis, other infectious diseases, and communication disorders. She has 92 peer-reviewed publications plus encyclopedia chapters and review papers. She currently teaches an undergraduate course on epidemiology. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she became outspoken about perspective on the data and literature that opposed the media narrative.
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