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Dr SW, Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh [Anonymous Source]
20th August 2020

“WE CAN’T SAY ANYTHING”

“Even though I am a trained scientist and must follow the evidence, my gut tells me something is wrong with this whole saga. My own GP practice agreed with me when I challenged them on the risks/harms of long-term mask use such as hypoxia, hypercapnia and breathing back already exhaled bacteria (their reply: we can’t say anything).” Dr. SW – Phd

Email Received: 20-Aug-2020

Dr SW – Email Received 20-Aug-2020

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Dear Allan

I have nothing new or special or insightful to add beyond the content already on Bluecat. I am a (clinical) scientist and thus trained to critically appraise the data and it became clear to me early on that the virus was behaving much like any other flu, although maybe one reason for the Draconian lockdowns is because governments know it is man-made in a laboratory and hence unpredictable? This could be further evidenced by the differing clinical presentations including more clots and other effects that are not normally associated with respiratory disease. In any event, the infection fatality rate is much the same (maybe slightly higher) as flu, meaning a 99.x percent ‘something’ survival rate, probably 99.9x something for those aged under 70 years. If 5 to 10 percent of infected were falling over on the street, then yes, I would understand the reaction that we have witnessed this year.

I am not religious but something ‘big’ does seem to be happening, and by speaking my truth as I see it then at least I can sleep at night. Even though I am a trained scientist and must follow the evidence, my gut tells me something is wrong with this whole saga. My own GP practice agreed with me when I challenged them on the risks/harms of long-term mask use such as hypoxia, hypercapnia and breathing back already exhaled bacteria (their reply: we can’t say anything). I will keep collecting data and contribute where I can (see some summary notes attached which lists professors and doctors that are also sceptical). I also attach a nice review of masks for prevention of respiratory disease by Denis G. Rancourt.

Kind regards

Dr SW, Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh

Reference:

Masks Don’t Work: A review of science relevant to COVID-19 social policy Denis G. Rancourt, PhD Researcher, Ontario Civil Liberties Association (ocla.ca)

masks-dont-work-denis-rancourt-april-2020.pdf