Dr Malhotra in partnership with AMPS aims to cure the pandemic of misinformation. He says, “the Covid-19 vaccination rollout is perhaps the greatest miscarriage of medical science we will witness in our lifetime”. The tour will cover topics such as the harms of vaccines, the dangers of medical censorship, the importance of informed consent, and the need for medical professionals to have representative associations such as AMPS. AMPS is fighting back against government overreach to reclaim medical ethics and the primacy of the doctor patient relationship for the health and safety of the public.
The tour will cover several cities across the country, raising public awareness about vaccine injuries and providing a risk-benefit, evidence-based analysis of the covid vaccines with special emphasis on cardiovascular complications and solutions.
Dr Malhotra, who initially campaigned in favour of mRNA coronavirus vaccines, has since reversed course following the heartbreaking and untimely death of his father, and warned of “a tsunami of chronic disease” from the vaccines. He has advocated informed consent and medical ethics, calling for transparency and honesty in the medical industry. AMPS believes the public health response to Covid-19 was politically driven not evidence based, prioritising the government’s interests above
individualised patient care.
“Medical ethics and informed consent are fundamental principles that should guide the medical industry,” said Dr Malhotra. “It is our responsibility as medical professionals to prioritise patient safety and well-being.” AMPS together with Dr Malhotra and other leading doctors have supported calls to suspend all Covid-19 mRNA vaccines until serious side effects are thoroughly investigated, and the raw trial data from Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine trial are released for independent analysis. “It is our ethical duty to inform the public about these risks and ensure that they have the information they need to make informed decisions about their health.”
AMPS is a non political union representing doctors in Australia who want to reclaim medical ethics, and the primacy of the doctor patient relationship. AMPS is fighting back against government overreach and medical censorship for the health and safety of the public.
The tour is open to the public and will provide an opportunity to engage with Dr Malhotra and other experts in the field.