The upcoming Alaska Early Treatment Summit (Oct. 30) features Dr. Robert Malone, an internationally recognized medical doctor and scientist who played a leading role in inventing mRNA vaccines. His discoveries in mRNA non-viral delivery systems are considered the key to the current COVID -19 vaccine strategies.
Malone, however, has sparked international controversy for his outspoken criticism of the way COVID shots are being pushed upon the general public despite limited studies and serious adverse effects on certain populations.
The conference takes place at Change Point Church in Anchorage.
Other speakers include Dr Richard Urso and Dr. Ryan Cole, along with a special guest TBA.
Dr. Urso has served as an ophthalmologist and clinical assistant professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at the University of Texas Medical School. He has been extensively involved in drug repurposing and development, and has received FDA approval for his novel wound healing drug.
Dr. Cole is a board-certified dermatophathologist (AP & CP) and the CEO/Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics who has done extensive research/training in immunology.
The morning session on Oct. 30 (8 a.m. to noon) will be oriented toward medical personnel, while the lunch, keynote address and afternoon session are open to the general public.
The aim of the conference is to provide information about early outpatient treatment options and to answer questions and mounting concerns about COVID shots – both for adult populations and for children.
For more information and to register for the conference, click here.