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⁣13 Can we trust the National Covid19 Clinical Evidence Task Force to find Early Treatments ?

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Published on 21 May 2021 / In News & Politics

⁣Can we trust the National Covid19 Clinical Evidence Task Force to find Early Treatments
or do the people need to demand it?

The Covid-19 American Doctors “Dream Team” is shown the recommendations against early treatment recommendations of the Australian National Covid-19 Clinical Evidence Task Force.
This task force is headed by Monash University’s Associate Professor Julian Elliott
The TGA headed by Adjunct Professor John Skerritt, all Australian Chief Medical Officers, Ministers for Health, State Premiers and the Prime Minister have relied upon the advice of the Australian National Covid-19 Clinical Evidence Task Force.

The two recommendations reviewed
i) https://app.magicapp.org/#/gui....deline/L4Q5An/sectio (6.5 Hydroxychloroquine)
ii)https://app.magicapp.org/#/gui....deline/L4Q5An/sectio (6.8.22 Ivermectin)

The Team quickly recognise that the above work under Monash University’s Associate Professor Julian Elliott shows very little understanding of the disease and represents the work of a panel that should be dismissed.

Below are links to Publicly available websites that are within easy reach of the Australian National Covid-19 Clinical Evidence Task Force.

i) www.hcqmeta.com
213 Studies Reviewed with direct links to those studies
Compared this with 17 “selected” reference studies for the Taskforce’s Recommendations

ii) https://ivmmeta.com/
42 Studies Reviewed with direct links to those studies
Compared this with just 7 “selected” reference studies for the Taskforce’s Recommendations

When commenting on the actual selection of the fraction of available studies by the Taskforce, the effective comment from the panel of Practicing Covid19 Doctors is
“If an agency is not recognising the difference between in Hospital usage versus Outpatient usage when looking at the evidence it is incompetent”

One or both of the above Medications are available for Early Treatment of Covid19 in:
USA,
India,
Russia,
China,
Brazil,
Cuba,
Morocco,
Zambia,
Dominican Republic,
Madagascar,
Uganda,
Burkina Faso,
Niger,
Mali Congo,
Egypt,
Armenia,
Kazakhstan,
Equador,
Jamaica,
Syria,
Ukraine,
Chad,
Zimbabwe,
France,
Jordan,
Kenya,
Netherlands,
Nigeria,
Oman,
Peru,
Afghanistan,
Bhutan,
Bangladesh
Nepal,
Maldives,
Mauritius,
Sri Lanka,
Myanmar,
and other countries

Any Concerned Australians that would like the National Covid19 Clinical Evidence Task Force
to revisit its review of these early treatment recommendations could contact one or more of the
TASKFORCE EXECUTIVE TEAM
Assoc Professor Julian Elliott - found on Monash Staff Directory
Ms Rhiannon Tate - found on Monash Staff Directory
Dr Britta Tendal - found on Monash Staff Directory
Ms Bronwyn Morris-Donovan - found on Monash Staff Directory
Ms Eloise Hudson - found on Monash Staff Directory
Dr Joshua Vogel - found on Monash Staff Directory
Ms Sharon Gurry - found on Monash Staff Directory
Mr Declan Primmer - found on Monash Staff Directory
Miss Samantha Timms - found on Monash Staff Directory

or the
TASKFORCE EVIDENCE TEAM
Dr Britta Tendal - found on Monash Staff Directory
Mr Steve McDonald - found on Monash Staff Directory
Dr Tari Turner - found on Monash Staff Directory
Professor Andrew Forbes - found on Monash Staff Directory
Professor Karin Leder - found on Monash Staff Directory
Dr Joshua Vogel - found on Monash Staff Directory
David Fraile Navarro ** Not found on Monash Staff Directory**
Mr Heath White - found on Monash Staff Directory
Dr Samantha Chakraborty - found on Monash Staff Directory
Saskia Cheyne ** Not found on Monash Staff Directory**
Ms Skye Newton - found on Monash Staff Directory
Alexis Poole ** Not found on Monash Staff Directory**
Hayley Hill ** Not found on Monash Staff Directory**
Mr Declan Primmer - found on Monash Staff Directory

Helpful website:
https://staffsearch.monash.edu/

Also Adjunct Professor John Skerritt, head of the TGA currently responsible for regulations preventing Australian Doctors from prescribing the two medications examined above might be a good person to contact.
See:
https://www.tga.gov.au/contact-tga

Another talking point:
At the time of the this video the TGA was in the process of requesting the Covid Medical Network remove content on its website presenting papers and recommendations from abroad of the above two agents; the TGA claim being it was a form of “advertising” and unapproved Medication.


⁣Craig Kelly in Consultation with:

Peter A. McCullough, M.D Professor of Medicine Texas A & M University College of Medicine
Expert Witness to November 2020 Full Committee Hearing,
U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs,
“Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution”

Harvey Risch, M.D., PH.D. Professor of Epidemiology, Yale University
Expert Witness to November 2020 Full Committee Hearing,
U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs,
“Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution”

George C. Fareed, M.D. Medical Director and Family Medicine Specialist Pioneers Medical Center Expert Witness to November 2020 Full Committee Hearing,
U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs,
“Early Outpatient Treatment: An Essential Part of a COVID-19 Solution”

Brian Tyson, M.D. One of the pioneers of early outpatient treatment for COVID-19, with zero death and just one short hospitalization out of some 4500 COVID-19 positive patients in Southern California.

Senator Ron Johnson. U.S. Senator for Wisconsin.
Senator Johnson introduced Trickett Wendler Right to Try Act of 2016 Right to Try Act passes both the House and Senate and subsequently Signed into law on Dec. 21, 2018
Senator Johnson served as the Chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee from 2015-2021 He is now the ranking member for the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. He also serves on the Budget, Foreign Relations, and Commerce, Science and Transportation committees.

www.craigkelly.com.au

⁣Craig Kelly - The bravest of Australian Politics Brining
World Medical Experts to the Table to help Educate Australian Politicians and
Academic Task Forces that have not bothered to pick up the phone to speak to a
single practicing Doctor treating Covid19.



Shame on the Australian TGA - Led by John Skerritt
Shame on the Australian National Covid19 Clinical Evidence Task Force - Led by Julian Elliott


Look what Australia Does not Have

https://aapsonline.org/covidpatientguide/

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