P. A. St. Sen. Doug Mastriano Joins the Anti-Vaccination Crowd – News Block

Have a look:

This is the event:

He even got some local Patch coverage.

Sen Mastriano said he “joined a panel of medical professionals” for this conference (great deal at just $50, and look at the included breakfast and door prizes!) Here’s Patch’s list:

  • Dr. Stephanie Coxon, BCTN, PhD
  • Dr. Jeanne O’Connell, MD, Frederick, MD
  • Graham Hetrick, MS, FD, BCFE
  • Dr. Scott Perlman, Chiropractor, JAS Medical & Wellness Center of GA
  • Michael Carnevale, quantum life
  • Dr. Jeff Barke, MD (Member, America’s Frontline Physicians – CA)

Let’s look at those professionals.

Dr Stephanie CoxonNo a doctor. And that BCTN? It took me a while to figure out what that means. The American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board says it is:

Board Certified Traditional Naturopath

By the way, a medical license is not required for that certification. She has a CNHP and a CHS from Trinity School of Natural Health in Warsaw, IN where a CNHP is a “Certified Natural Health Professional” and a CHS is a “Certified Health Specialist”. Trinity School also offers Aromatherapy and Advanced Biblical Studies courses, by the way. His PhD is in “Instructive Leadership and management” but I couldn’t locate the university that awarded him that degree which is neither medical nor scientific.

He is certainly not an expert on vaccines, covid or epidemiology.

Dr. Jeanne O’Connellis a doctor Although not, as far as I know, an expert in vaccines, covid or epidemiology. She is the medical director at Sylvan Medical and Aesthetics Center. Have a look:

Dr. Jeanne O’Connell is a member of the boardcertified physician with decades of experience in aesthetic, functional, integrative and regenerative medicine. His vision was to establish a medical spa and medical practice that focuses on aesthetics, underlying diseases, offers an integrative, evidence-based approach to care, and incorporates biomedical approaches that help regenerate cells and tissues to restore or establish function. normal.

Dr. O’Connell is also a master of the latest science-based advancements in skin care, facial rejuvenation, weight loss, and body sculpting. We take a personalized whole-person approach to help you maintain, enhance, and restore the healthy glow that comes with looking and feeling your best. At Sylvana Medical & Aesthetics Center we treat the whole person, inside and out, not just the symptoms.

Nothing about Covid, by the way.

graham hetrickNo an anti-vaccination County Medical Examiner in Dauphin County. I was able to dig up some interesting facts about the good old no-a-Dr.

From ABC27:

The Dauphin County Coroner is an outspoken critic of mask mandates and believes COVID vaccines are unsafe. Public health officials say arguments like these are dangerous.

And from Lancaster Online we learn:

Hetrick is not a doctor, but he is. “to subject matter expert on drug abuse, infant death and child abuse, organ tissue donation, violent crime, legal medical investigation of death, forensic methodology, and the grieving process.” according to their website.

He is certainly not an expert on vaccines, covid or epidemiology. But apparently, he looks good on TV.

Dr Scott PerlmanNo a doctor. A chiropractor. ’nuff said.

He is certainly not an expert on vaccines, covid or epidemiology.

miguel carnevale No a doctor, obviously. However, he is from an entity called Quantus Life. He is a Casper Wyoming health and wellness center and from the website it looks like they will sell you a lot of health and wellness products from him for what I assume is a fair and honest price.

He is certainly not an expert on vaccines, covid or epidemiology.

Dr. Jeff Barkeis a doctor. But he is from America’s Frontline Doctors, a group that has been spreading anti-vaccine misinformation for years:

A group of doctors who rampantly spread misinformation about COVID-19 is back in the spotlight, but this time, sowing doubt about the vaccine.

America’s Frontline Doctors, an organization that claims to provide accurate and uncensored information on the pandemic, rose to fame in July after a viral press conference protesting government lockdown restrictions and spreading inaccuracies ranging from the ineffectiveness of masks to claims that hydroxychloroquine could “cure” COVID -19.

Now those same doctors, most of whom have no experience treating COVID-19 patients, have launched a campaign warning Americans they shouldn’t be forced to take an “experimental vaccine,” not to mention trials of safety and large phase III efficacy trials, along with the fact that there is no vaccine mandate.

So how do we sum up this meeting?

Judging from the poster and what I was able to dig up online, there was little to no real vaccine experience on those panels, certainly not covid vaccines, certainly not epidemiology. But there was plenty of access to “health and wellness” and/or naturopathic “remedies” that can be purchased, I suppose, at a fair and honest price. I have that okay?

And, yes, and judging by who was there and where they came from and what they were looking to sell, I would also assume there was a fair amount of anti-vax BS there as well.

Doug Mastriano, anti-vaccine activist.

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