Dr David Richards

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Dr David Richards is an Australian General Practitioner and Adjunct Professor at an Australian University in the faculty of medicine. He graduated from London University in 1984, having also completed an Honours Degree in Human Genetics and Immunology. He has peer reviewed papers for a major European Journal and presented at International Conferences on Genetics and Carotid Ultrasound.

This paper explores new concepts in adaptive immunity in human populations through epigenetic or post-transcriptional viral RNA modifications that have profound implications for the management of future pandemics.
It is hard to escape the conclusion that every conceivable mistake was made on a truly colossal scale. However, that was not the crime, it was the complete refusal to acknowledge the failure, to accept that errors had been made and the steadfast refusal to correct those errors in the
On reflection it might be fairly said public health services in many countries have been badly damaged under the weight of expectation and the cost of the measures instigated. One might question to what degree was this a rational approach to a ‘once in a century event’ and how much
In 1891, Oscar Wilde wrote: ‘In old days men had the rack. Now they have the Press. That is an improvement certainly. But still it is very bad, and wrong, and demoralising. Somebody – was it Burke? – called journalism the fourth estate. That was true at the time no doubt. But at
When Michael Jackson famously started wearing face masks, many took it as evidence that the great man had succumbed to the windmills of his mind. Yet three decades later it seems that in this respect, along with his other immense talents, he was a man ahead of his time. Just
The new film Amsterdam from David O Russell tells of an almost forgotten moment in American history when, in 1933, a group of fascist businessmen attempted a coup d’etat in the pursuit of unfettered profits. The plot to depose Roosevelt failed when chosen replacement and hero of the war veterans General Gil Dillenbeck, played
Australians are amongst the longest-lived people in the world. This is in no small measure a product of our natural resources and pristine environment, which are favourable to a healthy disposition.
On October 11th a Bill is to be presented to the Queensland Parliament which would impose draconian limits on what doctors can say to their patients. If passed, doctors will no longer be able to express their opinion or use their experience, training and education, if that opinion goes against
Dr David Richard explains how the belief-based worst-case scenario Covid modelling employed by some epidemiologists has led to disastrous public policy decisions.

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