VSRF LIVE TONIGHT: The Next Covid "Crisis"
With Yale Epidemiologist, Dr. Harvey Risch, MD, PhD
Thursday, September 7
7pm Eastern | 4pm Pacific
Live stream on Rumble
Important Note: VSRF Live is exclusively on Rumble NO MORE ZOOM.
For the past several weeks, VSRF-Defeat the Mandates has been warning everyone that the next “Covid Crisis” is near. With this crisis comes the return of all forms of mandates and they will not stop at masks.
Just yesterday, we found out through our friend Texas Lindsay that the CDC is urging unboosted Americans to go backwards through the full schedule of booster shots before taking the newest version of the jab!
Fortunately, as I mentioned last week, The VSRF and Defeat the Mandates team is working with a great company Patmos, to produce a digital guide and resource that everyone can access to resist any Covid-related mandates they try to throw at us this fall, winter and into 2024. From hospitals refusing early treatment, to schools trying to put our kids in masks, to small businesses being threatened with closure… this time we are ready. And we will never comply.
VSRF needs your help more than ever. Will you reach deep and support our work? So many organizations and prominent individuals have “moved on” from Covid-19 but VSRF remains constant, steadfast, and prepared for this next wave of Covid mandate madness.
Please donate now so we can fight against a new round of tyranny.
I am still traveling, so tonight, VSRF Director of Research Lisa Laehy and Vaccine Injured Care Director, Angela Wulbrecht, RN will be speaking with our friend, Yale Epidemiologist, Dr. Harvey Risch, MD, PhD, about the next round of Covid, the relationship between skyrocketing cancer rates and the Covid-19 ‘vaccines’, and how to restore trust in public health.
Dr. Harvey Risch is Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Risch received his MD degree from the University of California San Diego and PhD, in mathematical modeling of infectious epidemics, from the University of Chicago. After serving as a postdoctoral fellow in epidemiology at the University of Washington, Dr. Risch was a faculty member in epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of Toronto before coming to Yale. Dr. Risch’s research interests are in the areas of cancer etiology, prevention and early diagnosis, and in epidemiologic methods. He is especially interested in the effects of reproductive factors, diet, genetic predisposition, histopathologic factors, occupational/environmental/medication exposures, infection and immune functioning in cancer etiology. His major research projects have included studies of ovarian cancer, pancreas cancer, lung cancer, bladder cancer, esophageal and stomach cancer, and of cancers related to usage of oral contraceptives and noncontraceptive estrogens. Dr. Risch is Associate Editor of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Editor of the International Journal of Cancer, and for six years was a Member of the Board of Editors, the American Journal of Epidemiology. Dr. Risch is an author of more than 400 original peer-reviewed research publications in the medical literature and those research papers have been cited by other scientific publications more than 50,000 times. Dr. Risch has an h-index of 107 and is a Member of the Connecticut Academy of Sciences and Engineering. – Yale School of Public Health
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