Retired surgeon and former U-Penn professor of medicine Dr Hooman Noorchashm has warned that orchestrating a general coronavirus vaccination for every American regardless of previous immunity or the presence of risk factors could be a “dangerous medical approach”.
Noorchashm told Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today” that patients shouldn’t be afraid to ask legitimate questions about the vaccine, immunity status or the vaccine “passport” system already deployed in places like New York. .
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“When people in public health talk about the effectiveness of the vaccine. I think it’s a good bet that our science is American science … tells us that neutralizing antibodies and cells Primary T can eliminate this from your body, “he said.
“Now the question is, have we done enough to make sure it’s safe for everyone. Are there any categories within a subset of people that this vaccine can actually present with some sort of risk? – I think the answer is yes. “
“They delivered an effective vaccine. Now safety is what they go wrong with: it is a mistake to vaccinate people who have had recent or current infections.”
Noorchashm called for a “logical and rational” approach, taking into account both natural and vaccine immunity against the coronavirus.
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“If someone is naturally immunized, there is no reason to go and vaccinate them again, these people would actually be an unnecessary medical procedure … This is a very unusual thing,” he said. declared.
“We are literally in the middle of an epidemic where millions of Americans are naturally infected or naturally immune. Deploy a vaccine that essentially reactivates immune responses. So the number one question is, what medical treatment is needed? dangerous medical approach? “
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Noorchashm previously told Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” last month that while the coronavirus vaccine should be considered a medical miracle, applying a “one size fits all” approach, as many experts are. , could cause more harm to some patients.
He insisted he was not fueling “the reluctance to vaccinate,” but rather calling on the government and citizens to use critical thinking.
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