Over 7,000 doctors and scientists sign declaration blasting Covid policymakers


Thousands of doctors and scientists from around the world have signed the “Rome Declaration,” which was introduced last week at the Global Covid Summit in Rome by the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists.

Dr. Robert Malone delivered the letter on stage, which alleges that politically motivated Covid policymakers “may have committed crimes against humanity” by withholding treatment to sick patients during the pandemic, among other troubling measures.

“We the physicians of the world, united and loyal to the Hippocratic Oath, recognizing the profession of medicine as we know it is at a crossroad,” began the letter signed onto by 7,200 doctors and scientists as of Monday night.

The declaration states: “there is an unprecedented assault on our ability to care for our patients” and “public policy makers have chosen to force a “one size fits all” treatment strategy, resulting in needless illness and death, rather than upholding fundamental concepts of the individualized, personalized approach to patient care which is proven to be safe and more effective.”

The declaration, which expresses their grievances, claims that physicians are discouraged from engaging in professional discussion and idea exchange, which endangers the entire profession and “the lives of our patients.”

Moreover, the declaration alleges that “thousands of physicians are being prevented from providing treatment to their patients, as a result of barriers put up by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies, rendering the vast majority of healthcare providers helpless to protect their patients in the face of disease.”

Criticizing these policies happening worldwide, the declaration states “this is not medicine, this is not care.” All of these dangerous precedents “may actually constitute crimes against humanity,” it added.

In terms of resolution, the doctors and scientists demand that “political intrusion” into medicine cease and that physicians be allowed to practice “without fear of retribution, censorship, slander, or disciplinary action,” according to the declaration. “The right and ability to exchange objective scientific findings, which further our understanding of disease, must be protected.”

The letter also requests that the patient-doctor relationship be restored by allowing them to decide what is best for the patient’s health. It goes on to say that doctors should not be “restricted from prescribing safe and effective treatments.”

Furthermore, “The rights of patients, after being fully informed about the risks and benefits of each option, must be restored to receive those treatments.”

The declaration concludes by urging doctors and scientists to continue on “without fear of reprisal,” and urging patients to “demand access to science-based care,” regardless of what public policymakers, government, or Big Tech thinks.

Co-Signers of the “Rome Declaration”

  • Dr. Ira Bernstein, co-founder, Canadian Covid Care Alliance; lecturer, Dept. of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto
  • Dr. Paul E. Alexander, clinical epidemiologist, former WHO-PAHO and US HHS consultant/senior Covid Pandemic advisor
  • Dr. Pierre Kory, critical care and pulmonary medicine specialist, former Chief of Critical Care Service and Medical Director of Trauma and Life Support Center at University of Wisconsin
  • Dr. Tess Lawrie, Director, The Evidence-Based Medicine Consultancy Ltd; founder, British Ivermectin Recommendation Development; CEO of non-profit Ebmcsquared CiC
  • Dr. Héctor Carvallo, former professor of Internal Medicine, Universidad de Buenos Aires, former Director Ezeiza Hospital, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Dr. Mobeen Syed, physician, computer scientist, CEO of DrBeen Corp (US), clinical consultant (Pakistan)
  • Dr. Paul E. Marik, professor of medicine and Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School
  • Dr. Flavio Cadegiani, endocrinologist & visiting professor, faculty of Floriano (FAESF); ad hoc consultant, Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa); consultant for National Commission for Incorporation of New Technologies, Devices and Drugs, Brazil, Brazil
  • Dr. Marc G. Wathelet, molecular biologist, innate immunology and coronavirus expert, consultant, Belgium
  • Dr. Eivind H. Vinjevoll, senior consultant of anesthesiology and intensive care medicine, chief medical advisor of emergency medicine, Volda, Norway
  • Dr. Heather Gessling, family medicine doctor in Columbia, Missouri
  • Dr. Mark McDonald, double board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, Los Angeles, California
  • Dr. Olufemi Emmanuel Babalola, professor of ophthalmology, IP HOD Surgery, Bingham University, Jos/Karu, Nigeria
  • Dr. Richard Urso, scientist, sole inventor of an FDA-approved wound healing drug, former Chief of Orbital Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Dr. John Littell, family physician, with practices in Kissimmee and Ocala, Florida
  • Dr. Ryan Cole, board-certified pathologist, CEO of Cole Diagnostics, Boise, Idaho
  • Dr. Brian Tyson, family medicine doctor, Urgent Care Covid Clinic, Imperial Valley, California
  • Prof. Andrea G. Stramezzi, Italy
  • Dr. Zsuszanna Ragó, specialist in coronavirus, primary care; IVERCOV project leader, University of Debrecen, Hungary
  • Dr. Robert W. Malone, gene therapy, bio-defense, vaccines and immunology; discoverer of in-vitro and in-vivo RNA transfection and architect of mRNA vaccine platform
  • Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter, critical care, pulmonary medicine, sleep medicine
  • Dr. Wong Ang Peng, Malaysian Alliance for Effective Covid Control (MAECC)
  • Dr. Peter McCullough, clinical cardiologist, preventive cardiology and advanced lipidology, former vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center
  • Dr. Jose Iglesias, associate professor, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall
  • Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche, virology, vaccine R&D, former Sr Ebola Program Manager, Global Alliance for Vaccines & Immunization (GAVI), former Head of Vaccine Development Office, German Center for Infection Research
  • Dr. Catherine L. Lawson, research professor, Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey
  • Dr. Claudia Chaufan, professor, Health Policy and Global Health, York University, Toronto
  • Dr. Gregory Dembo, director of Transplant Anesthesia, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington
  • Dr. Brian J. Koos, maternal and fetal medicine, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Dr. Giovanni Frajese, endocrinology and cancer research; associate professor, Applied Medical Technical Sciences, University of Rome “Foro Italico”, Rome, Italy
  • Dr. Eric Wargotz, Clinical Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, the George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC
  • Dr. Phillip Sirota, Veterans Affairs Health Care System, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Dr. Donald W. Miller, retired Professor Emeritus of Surgery, former Chief of Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington
  • Dr. Xiaoxu Lin, former microbiologist, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Viral Diseases Branch, former in-theater infectious diseases surveillance lab head, US Army
  • Dr. R. Duane Cook, thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, University of Florida Health
  • Dr. Ming Chu Wang, Department of Anesthesia, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Dr. Ondrej Halgas, biomedical researcher, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Dr. Mark Kreimer, board certified emergency medicine physician, Brooklyn, New York
  • Dr. Kraig Lage, diagnostic radiology, University Of Missouri HealthCare, Columbia, Missouri
  • Dr. Annie L. Emmick, board certified pediatric specialist, Northwestern Medicine, Illinois
  • Dr. Brent Stewart, Emeritus Professor, Diagnostic Physics, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington
  • Dr. Andrei N. Tchernitchin, director of Laboratory of Experimental Endocrinology and Environmental Pathology ICBM, Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile
  • Dr Simon J Thornley, public health physician, lecturer and researcher in epidemiology and biostatistics, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Dr. Spiro P. Pantazatos, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (Psychiatry) at Columbia University, research scientist at New York State Psychiatric Institute
  • Dr. Marialuisa Partisani, deputy head, general medicine, HIV infection care center, Hopitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg, France
  • Dr. Allesandro Santin, professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences, Yale School of Medicine; Disease Aligned Research team leader, Yale Cancer Center, New Haven, Connecticut

And thousands more physicians, medical scientists and researchers from around the globe.

One response to “Over 7,000 doctors and scientists sign declaration blasting Covid policymakers”

  1. Good for them. It’s about time they got a backbone, get it.


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