The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

May 22, 2018  

David Crowe talks with Martin Barnes, organizer of the ‘Challenging Avaricious Viral Paradigms’ conference in the south of France, June 15-17 2018. David will be attending the conference, and making a presentation challenging the entire paradigm of viruses through a couple of examples. Martin talks about his journey to challenging one virus, HIV, and then to all, as well as some of the speakers who will be at the conference.

For more information on the conference see: http://maisondemartin.com/docs/ConferenceJune15-17-2018.pdf

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May 15, 2018  

Effie Stilwell was identified as a victim of Shaken Baby Syndrome by several British medical experts, making it seem certain that her parents Carla Andrew and Craig Stilwell would lose custody, and that likely Craig would go to jail, and possibly also Carla. But Carla identified herself as having a rare, genetic vascular condition, and it turned out that so did their baby, which could explain the ‘triad’ of symptoms that many experts believe are only ever produced by violent shaking. Eventually the courts recognized her diagnosis, and the charges were dropped. David talks with both Carla and Craig, with Effie sleeping peacefully in the background.

For more information see Carla Andrews’ YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6kxD2BdFJH4uG2NHwuodUQ

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May 1, 2018  

As one of few pediatric neuropathologists in the UK, nobody should be better qualified to testify in trials where Shaken Baby Syndrome is alleged than Waney Squier. And as long as she was testifying for the prosecution, the police, prosecutors and judges were all happy. But when she stopped thinking, “all my colleagues believe it, so it must be true”, and investigated the syndrome, she concluded that the triad of symptoms used to diagnose SBS was a fraud. She started testifying for the defence and was mercilessly attacked, to the point that her medical license was briefly withdrawn and, even after the UK GMC granted her the right to practice again, she was forbidden to testify. Apparently, the presence of effective expert witnesses for the defence made judges uncomfortable, because now the decision was on them. Episode 180 is a fascinating and powerful discussion.

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