COVID-19 Vaccines Live Q&A 21st July 6:30pm

It’s been 6-month since we started the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines.

The clinical trials are still running, yet we are continuing to mass vaccinate the population on a global scale.

There’s no doubt the choice to vaccinate or not vaccinate is dividing the population. What’s more, there is confusion, conflicting information and unanswered questions on the long-term safety and efficacy of these vaccines.

 This LIVE Q&A will discuss the different types of vaccines, address some of the hard questions, and discuss some solutions for promoting natural health and immunity.

Get answers from the experts on:

  • How to make an informed choice
  • Is one vaccination better than the other?
  • What are the side effects, and who is at risk?
  • Spike proteins. Do these cause issues, and can they impact the non-vaccinated?
  • What are the long-term concerns?

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Dr. Sarah Myhill

Dr Sarah Myhill MB BS qualified in medicine (with Honours) from Middlesex Hospital Medical School in 1981 and has since focused tirelessly on identifying and treating the underlying causes of health problems, especially the 'diseases of civilisation' with which we are beset in the West. She has worked in the NHS and independent medical practice. Dr. Myhill is the author of many books, and regularly lectures to practitioners on a range of topics.

Peter Jackson-Main

Peter Jackson-Main has over 30 years' clinical experience as a Naturopath and Herbalist. He is the Academic Director for Herbal Medicine at the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM), and the chair for The General Naturopathic Council. Peter is the author of "Practical Iridology" (2004), a chapter on Western Herbal Medicine in "Reshaping Herbal Medicine" (2005), and several training manuals in Herbal Medicine, Iridology and Holistic Iridology. In addition to seeing clients 1:1, Peter also lecturers at The College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Dr. Jayne Donegan

Dr Donegan qualified in medicine at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, in 1983. She trained in accident & emergency medicine, orthopaedics & trauma, paediatrics, neonatal intensive care, obstetrics & gynaecology, ENT, dermatology and general medicine. She gained postgraduate qualifications in child health, obstetrics & gynaecology and general practice before becoming a family doctor. In 1990 she began to study homeopathy and is currently a practising homeopathic physician and a specialist on the Faculty of Homoeopathy list. In 2017 she was awarded an advance postgraduate diploma in mental health. She has been researching vaccinations since 1994 and currently lectures on the topic widely to both the general public and practitioners.