Anti-vaccine chiropractors 10

The Chiropractic Board of Australia has had enough:

“We will not tolerate registered chiropractors giving misleading or unbalanced advice to patients, or providing advice or care that is not in the patient’s best interests,” chairman Phillip Donato said.

Dr Donato said chiropractors should only provide evidence-based treatment and anyone with concerns should report them. [Sydney Morning Herald August 9 2013]

Today we meet Damian Kristof. He is a member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia, and one-third of the entrepreneurial outfit The Wellness Guys. Kristof practices his day-to-day business activities at Vida Lifestyles, in Victoria. If there’s one thing these guys know, it’s how to make wellness money. This is Kristof’s professional website, which links to his Facebook profile:

Kristof 6 professional page links to Facebook profileLet’s have a look at the Facebook profile of Kristof, the “chiropractor, naturopath and speaker”.

Wakefield is just a misunderstood anti-vaccinationist fraud of the highest order:

Kristof 1 Wakrfield claims not just hoo haaNot strictly vaccine related, but, given the person in this screenshot is also an anti-vaccinationist whose inaction assisted in the death of his wife, one should choose better professional company with whom to present a seminar:

Kristof 2 DingleLucija Tomljenovic should be a meme by now. Why hasn’t it happened yet? The most industrious anti-vaccine researcher of the last couple of years gets a run. “Wow!!!!!” This is indeed “massive”. Good to see CAA NSW board member Tim Shakespeare (Adjustasaurus Rex, or “The Rex”, as he likes to call himself – ikr) likes the anti-vaccine bollocks:

Kristof 3 Tomljenovic paper HPV WOWHere is the abstract of the Tomljenovic link:

Kristof 4 Tomljenovic paperAnd here is why the anti-vaccine Tomljenovic paper is anti-vaccination nonsense:

Answering human papillomavirus vaccine concerns; a matter of science and time

Abstract (provisional)

Since the introduction of the HPV vaccine, questions have been asked about its efficacy in preventing cancer linked with HPV. Concerns about the HPV vaccine safety profile have also been raised. This paper highlights the rapidly growing body of evidence (including clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance) illustrating both the safety of the HPV vaccine, through a detailed investigation of reported adverse events, and its efficacy in reducing both HPV infections rates and the resulting drop in cervical lesions, which have been demonstrated to be good predictors of cervical cancer risk

Here is the best one. Kristof links to the blog of the anti-vaccine Australian Vaccination Network, and states:

i think Meryl does a great job help people get more information to stay informed.

Meryl Dorey. Does a great job. Informing people. With information. Meryl Dorey.

Kristof 5 Meryl Dorey does a great jobMeryl Dorey.

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