A delegation of eminent physicians were in Ireland to present evidence-based insights relating to Covid-19 and the health effects of the Covid-19 injection products. During their visit, they met with Irish doctors, public health officials, politicians, representatives of civil society, journalists and community leaders to advocate for transparency and an evidence-based approach in the administration of Covid public health policy.
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MONDAY, 8th AUG 2022
10:00 – Oscailt / Conference Doors Open
10:30 – Fáilte / Address
11:00 – Public Health in a Post Pandemic World
Dr. Robert Malone, Dr. Richard Urso, Dr. Ryan Cole
12:25 – Protecting the Children
Dr. Kat Lindley, Dr. Kimberley Milhoan, Dr. Kirk Milhoan, Dr. Monica Wehby
13:00 – Lunch / Am Lóin
15:00 – A Better Way
Dr. Tess Lawrie
15:25 – Open Media & Medical Censorship
Dr. Mary Bowden, Dr. Mollie James
16.30 – Pandemic Toll: Nursing Homes & Voices of the Vaccine Injured
Maeve Murran, Eithne Branigan
17:00 – Vaccine Injury Charity
17:15 – The Malone Doctrine
Dr. Jill Glasspool Malone and Dr. Robert W. Malone
18:00 – Conference Ends
Dr. Robert W. Malone, MD
Internationally recognized scientist/physician and the original inventor of mRNA vaccination as a technology, DNA vaccination, and multiple non-viral DNA and RNA/mRNA platform delivery technologies. Dr. Malone holds numerous fundamental US and international patents in the fields of gene delivery, delivery formulations, and vaccines: including for fundamental DNA and RNA/mRNA vaccine technologies.
With approximately 100 scientific publications and over 12,000 citations of his work (per Google Scholar with an “outstanding” impact factor rating) Dr. Malone has been an invited speaker at over 50 conferences, has chaired numerous conferences and has sat on or served as chairperson on HHS and DoD committees. He currently sits as a non-voting member on the NIH ACTIV committee, which is tasked with managing clinical research for a variety of drug and antibody treatments for COVID-19.
Dr. Ryan Cole , MD
Dr. Ryan Cole is a board certified Anatomic and Clinical pathologist with a subspecialty training and 20 years experience in dermatopathology and particular interest in molecular diagnostics. He is also the founder of Cole Diagnostics, an independent, full-service medical laboratory in Boise, Idaho, and is the Chief Medical Officer and Laboratory Director.
He has worked as an independent pathologist since 2004. Some highlights from his CV: Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology (July 2002-June 2003): Dermatopathology Fellowship (Chief Fellow). Mayo Clinic (July 1997-June 2002): Resident in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Chief Fellow, Surgical Pathology Fellowship. Medical College of Virginia (1993-1997): Researched immunology. Served as President of Student Family Practice organization. Coordinated activities and seminars on the practice of family medicine and rural medicine.
Dr. Cole earned his MD in 1997.
Dr. Richard Urso, MD
Richard Urso is a medical doctor and scientist who graduated AOA from the University of Texas, School of Medicine. He continued with 5 years of postgraduate training and 11 years of research and is the sole inventor of an FDA approved wound healing drug. He’s gone on to repurpose medications for usage in scarring, wound healing, inflammation, and viral infection. He was Chief of Orbital Oncology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center for six years.
He’s been involved in Covid-19 since March 2020 discussing pandemic response on over 200 news channels and podcasts. He has successfully treated over 2,100 COVID patients with an ever changing multidrug cocktail.
He has testified in the US senate, the Texas Senate and multiple other state legislatures and has interfaced with the head of the US Covid task force and the Governor’s office in Texas. He’s a CoFounder of the Global Covid Summit and the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists, as well as being one of the original five members of Americas Frontline Doctors.
Dr. Kirk Milhoan, MD
Dr. Kirk Milhoan received his BA from PLNU, PhD from UCSD, and MD from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He performed his pediatric residency in the Air Force at David Grant Medical Center at Travis AFB and his pediatric Cardiology Fellowship at San Diego Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Milhoan finished his service in the Air Force in 2009 and since then has been primarily traveling to serve children around the world that do not have access to adequate pediatric cardiac care through For Hearts and Souls, a missionary organization dedicated to sharing Christ’s love through medical outreach and orphan care. The major outreach is currently taking place in Mongolia, Zambia, Kosovo, and Mexico.
Dr. Kimberly Milhoan, MD
Dr. Kimberly Milhoan graduated from Stanford in 1990 with a BA in Human Biology. After four years as a healthcare management consultant, she entered UC Davis School of Medicine and received her MD in 1998. She met and married Dr. Kirk Milhoan in 1997. After taking some time off for full-time motherhood, she completed a transitional year internship in general medicine at Mercy Hospital in San Diego in July 2001 and an anesthesiology residency at UT Health Science Center in San Antonio in June 2005.
Dr. Milhoan now specializes in pediatric cardiac anesthesiology, is an assistant clinical professor at UTHSCSA, and works for the Tejas Anesthesia Pediatric Division in San Antonio, TX.
Dr. Mollie James, MD
Dr. James is board certified in general surgery and critical care, with an added certification in functional medicine. She was a trauma surgeon for the first six years of her career, then retired her scalpel for the ICU. She ran a functional medicine clinic in Des Moines before relocating to St Louis in 2016.
She was a frontline ICU volunteer for COVID in NYC back in April, 2020. For the first 18 months of the pandemic she covered ICU’s in St Louis and New York. After being terminated from her positions due to the vaccine mandate, she launched the James Clinic. The clinic provided early covid treatment to nearly 4,000 patients, and addresses the needs of long haul covid. They also provide concierge primary care and functional medicine services.
Dr. Mary Bowden, MD
Dr. Bowden (“Bow”den is pronounced the same as “bow” tie) completed her residency at Stanford University and is board-certified in both Otolaryngology and Sleep Medicine, specializing in airway disorders for both children and adults.
Six months before the pandemic began, she started her solo practice – BreatheMD – in the heart of Houston, and when her patients became ill, she opened her doors 7 days a week and did everything she could to help them. In the last 2 1/2 years, she has successfully kept over 4,000 COVID patients out of the hospital using multi-drug early treatment.
She is on the advisory team of FLCCC, a member of AAPS, and is co-leader of the Houston chapter of the Free Market Medical Association. She spoke at the Defeat the Mandates Rally in Washington DC and at Senator Ron Johnson’s Second Opinion senate panel on Jan 24, 2022. She is a strong advocate for health freedom and recently started the Coalition for Health Freedom, a grass-roots effort to bridge the over 1,300 like-minded organizations into taking collective action.
Dr. Monica Wehby, MD
Monica Wehby, MD is a Pediatric Neurosurgeon at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. A University of Notre Dame Alumni, she eared her MD at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, completed her Neurosurgical Residency at UCLA, followed by a Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship at Primary Children’s Hospital, University of Utah. She began her neurosurgery career in Portland, OR as a partner with Microneurosurgical Consultants, pc and Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel. A native of Nashville, TN, Dr. Wehby has returned home to be near her family. She has held numerous leadership positions at the local, state and national level, and she frequently speaks at local and national meetings.
Dr. Wehby is internationally recognized for her expertise in spina bifida and tethered spinal cord. She has extensive experience in all aspects of pediatric neurosurgery, with special interest in craniofacial reconstruction, hydrocephalus, brain and spinal cord congenital anomalies, neonatal surgery, and child abuse.
Dr. Kat Lindley, MD
Family Medicine Doctor
Dr. Kat Lindley is a board-certified family physician with a direct primary care practice in Texas. Her passion has always been helping people. As a young adult, who fled a war-torn country (former Yugoslavia) she lived in many different places before her travels led her to United States and the medical school in Florida. She chose family medicine because she loved the idea of taking care of the whole family and seeing the family grow. Later in her career, she became interested in helping find solutions in improving the overall healthcare system as she has seen with her own eyes that some things were broken, and many patients were lost.
In her own words “As we stand at the precipice of a health disaster generated by the system, in the middle of all this is a real human being. As a physician, I find myself realizing more and more that the system is broken and to save it from full blown implosion, we need to rethink the way we see medicine.”
She has recently written The Oath of a Medicus for the World Council of Health. It is a revision of the old Hippocratic Oath, as a promise to the world that new era of healing is needed. You can find many of her writings on her website www.katlindleydo.com.
Doctor Lindley is involved with many medical and civic organizations, including American Academy of Physicians and Surgeons, American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. She is on the Steering Committee of World Council for Health, and is a passionate advocate for her profession, her patients and veteran healthcare. She has testified in various health committees here in the USA and internationally.
As a mom of 5, she understands the importance of being involved in her children’s lives, and that prompted her run for the local School Board where she has served for the past 4 years. “Our future is our children and making sure they succeed is one of the most important things we as parents can do.”
Dr. Tess Lawrie, MD
Evidence Based Medicine
Dr. Lawrie is the Director of E-BMC Ltd, and EbMCsquared CiC, a community interest research company. She is committed to improving the quality of healthcare through rigorous research. Her range of expertise, based on experience in both developing and developed countries, uniquely positions her to evaluate research for a variety of healthcare settings. Dr. Lawrie is a frequent member of technical teams responsible for developing international guidelines. Her peer-reviewed publications have received in excess of 4,000 citations and her ResearchGate score is among the top 5% of ResearchGate members.
A previous contractor to the WHO, Dr. Lawrie envisions a healthier world in which science and learned wisdom are brought together to empower people to take responsibility for their own health. She believes that what defines us as human beings is our capacity, desire, and freedom to choose. We can choose to live in fear and separation, or with joy, trust, love, and compassion together.
Dr. Lawrie is part of the team behind the World Council for Health, a worldwide organisation of over 150 affiliates providing quality information about health and wellbeing free from the influence of pharmaceutical companies and large centralized health systems. Tess is focused on creating frameworks through which we can start building a brighter future.
Dr. Jill Glasspool Malone, phD
Dr. Glasspool Malone is a specialist in regulatory, preclinical, and clinical project management, with focused expertise in Federal regulatory issues and public policy. She has been a co-founder of several biotech companies and has held multiple positions in the biotechnology industry as well as academia. She has an extensive publication record in immunology, gene therapy, and public policy for infectious disease outbreaks.
Dr. Glasspool Malone graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a bachelor’s degree focusing on behavioral anthropology (the study of the behavior of animals and how they relate to humans) and the Union Institute and University with a PhD in Public Policy, with an emphasis on Biotechnology. She graduated from the post-doctoral Harvard Medical School Global Clinical Scholars program in 2016 and serves on multiple non-profit boards.
Dr. Glasspool Malone thrives on her work and is passionate about helping the world to be a better and safer place for all.