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The Dr Jayne Donegan, "Witch Hunt"

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Richard L
 

United Kingdom
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Posted - 11/30/2006 :  11:24:24  
Vaccination is a very controversial subject, and it would probably be better for all ( except those who are injured by vaccines) if it was not discussed. The GP Jayne Donegan who provided expert evidence to a court will be brought before her regulatory body on December 11 ( see the charges below). The GMC do not like the medical evidence she presented to the hearing which in effect supported two mothers decision not to vaccinate their children.

The pro vaccine epidemiologists say,Dr Donegan whose expertise I presume is as a GP and a clinician, presented "Junk Science" to the court. There is no doubt there is much junk science out there, finding the good untainted scientific studies is the problem. Experts told us asbestos was safe; cigarette smoking is good for you and helps you relax; Formula is just as good as breast milk; Aspirin does not cause Reyes syndrome in children: Thalidomide is safe, British beef was safe. Who can forget John Gummer feeding a beef burger to his daughter.

Least we forget vaccines are "safe" and then they replace them with an even "safer" vaccine. How then was it safe in the first place? Many of the scientific truths of yesteryears seem ridiculous today. Some time in the future I believe we will look at vaccinations the way we look at blood letting or smoking and wonder why we went along with it so easily. Doctors were promoting smoking in adverts for Camel cigaretts only forty years ago

I wish Dr Donegan luck for having the courage to speak out, unlike the "experts" who are happy to take money and put their names on the ghost written articles of the pharmaceutical industry and have them published as scientific truths. Its ironic that she is the one accused of allowing "her deeply held views on the subject of immunisation to overrule her duty to the court and to the litigants, and failed to present an objective, independent and unbiased view".


Dr Jayne Lavinia Mary DONEGAN
From : 11 December 2006 To : 22 December 2006
Category : Fitness to Practise Hearings

Planned dates: 11 to 22 December 2006

This case will be considered by a Fitness to Practise Panel applying the General Medical Councilís Preliminary Proceedings Committee and Professional Conduct Committee (Procedure) Rules 1988.

The Fitness to Practise Panel will meet at Regentís Place, 350 Euston Road, London NW1 3JN to consider a new case of conduct.

Dr Jayne Lavinia Mary DONEGAN
Registration Number: 2826367

Area of practice: North West London

The Panel will inquire into allegations that Jayne Lavinia Mary Donegan, a general practitioner, acted in a way which was misleading, in direct contravention of her duty as an expert witness, unprofessional, and likely to bring the profession into disrepute.

It is alleged that, in relation to two reports she produced for the Family Division of the High Court, Dr Donegan gave false and/or misleading impressions of the research which she relied upon, allowed her deeply held views on the subject of immunisation to overrule her duty to the court and to the litigants, and failed to present an objective, independent and unbiased view.
 

Edited by - Richard L on 11/30/2006 12:28:28