Dr. Robert Malone, one of the primary inventors of the mRNA vaccine technology used in the Pfizer and Modern Covid vaccines, is one of the speakers at event on Saturday that is sure to rattle the mainstream medical establishment in Alaska, and has already led to “anti-vax” insinuations by the mainstream media.
The Alaska Early Treatment Summit takes place from 8 am to 5 pm at ChangePoint Church, 6689 ChangePoint Drive in Anchorage. Although the church is not sponsoring the summit, it has rented out the facility to a group of doctors and other medical professionals who are remaining anonymous to prevent backlash from medical colleagues who are pushing the Covid-19 vaccine widely as the only defense against the virus.
“Our main goal of this event is to discuss early treatment of Covid-19. We know that if we can treat early (within the first week), we can affect the outcome of Covid with the goal of decreasing hospitalizations and deaths, regardless of vaccine status. That is our main message,” said an Anchorage doctor, speaking on condition of anonymity. “Unfortunately, the vaccine does not prevent infection or transmission of this disease and that’s why it’s not the answer to this problem.”
Dr. Malone will be joined by Dr. Richard Urso, Dr. Ryan Cole and an unannounced guest speaker with expertise on the origins of the coronavirus. That speaker’s name is kept from the media for security reasons, according to one of the organizers who spoke to Must Read Alaska on background.
Malone invented mRNA vaccine technology when he was at the Salk Institute. His research continued at Vical, a biopharmaceutical company, in 1989, where he designed the first in-vivo mammalian experiments. His work on the mRNA technology has led to over 10 patents. Malone was also an inventor of DNA vaccines in 1988 and 1989.
Dr. Urso is a Texas ophthalmologist who studied medicine at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston and went on to complete his residency in ophthalmology at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. He concluded with a fellowship in oculoplastics and reconstructive surgery at the University of Texas branch at Galveston. He has served as an ophthalmologist and clinical assistant professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston as well as Assistant professor in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Urso has been involved in drug repurposing in addition to drug development and has received FDA approval for his novel wound-healing drug .
He is a member of America’s Frontline Doctors, a group that is treating patients across the country for Covid, using a combination of Ivermectin, at times hydroxychloroquine, plus other treatments involving Vitamin D, Zinc, Quercetin, and anti-inflammatories. The group of doctors has been featured on OAN, in Epoch Times, and other non-mainstream media, and the mainstream medical community and media casts the group in a poor light.
Cole, another member of America’s Frontline Doctors, is a board-certified dermatophathologist (AP & CP) and the CEO/Medical Director of Cole Diagnostics in Idaho. He has worked as an independent pathologist since 2004. He attended Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology for his dermatopathology fellowship (chief fellow) after completing a residency in anatomic and clinical pathology with a surgical pathology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. He has done extensive research/training in immunology.
Alaska Covid Alliance, the group sponsoring the event, is keeping local supporters’ and sponsors’ names private — these professionals have too much to lose if their colleagues decide to stop referring patients to them or if they are reported to the state medical board.
Alaska Public Media threw shade on the conference, writing, “The conference claims to have a mission of spreading information about COVID-19 treatments and patient rights, but most of the speakers are not infectious disease experts and are advocating for treatments that are not supported by research.”
“Malone now claims that the vaccines actually make the disease worse, something the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says is false. A profile in The Atlantic magazine says that Malone is careful to distance himself from the “anti-vax” label, but he has appeared alongside people who have spread vaccine misinformation,” Alaska Public Media wrote.
The public broadcasting station also noted that America’s Frontline Doctors have seen their videos “removed from some major social media sites for spreading false information about the vaccine.” And the news station writes that Urso “was investigated and cleared for prescribing hydroxychloroquine to patients to treat COVID-19,” a treatment the news station claimed is “disproven.”
Malone, Urso, and Cole have been traveling the country to speak to Americans, and are on a mission to reach people in every state. At a conference in another state, they met similarly minded medical professionals from Alaska who agreed to coordinate the upcoming Saturday summit.
Some medical professionals is concerned that the Covid-19 vaccines are “leaky,” which means that the virus can easily defeat the one mechanism the vaccine is using to protect people. Leaky vaccines can lead to breakthrough cases of an illness.
Although the doctors are not necessarily anti-vaccine, many of these dissident doctors believe that treatments for the inflammation and blood clots that are brought on by Covid are best done early, and that too little focus is given to this area of healing, while emergency rooms fill up and patients are being put on ventilators after the virus has made a stronghold in their bodies, rendering their immune systems too weak to fight.