Watch Zoia Zakariasdotter’s Interview with Nobel Prize Protest Committee’s Sven Roman
The Interview in English
Introduction to Sven Roman
In a recent interview, Sven Roman, a distinguished child psychiatrist and chief physician, discusses his views on the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. This award has garnered significant attention for being awarded to researchers involved in the development of mRNA COVID vaccines.
Roman’s Perspective on the COVID Pandemic and Vaccines
Roman shares his experience as a medical specialist and his early reactions to the COVID pandemic. He expresses surprise over the management of the pandemic, especially regarding the low mortality rate compared to extensive lockdowns and a lack of use of treatments that could have saved many lives. His engagement is evident through his initiatives, such as the “Doctors’ Appeal” from March 2021 and participation in international conferences.
Criticism of the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Roman strongly criticizes the decision to award the Nobel Prize to the researchers who made the production of mRNA COVID vaccines possible. He claims that the vaccines have led to about 17 million deaths worldwide, a figure he describes as a catastrophe.
Who Should Have Received the Nobel Prize Instead?
According to Roman, Peter McCullough, an American cardiologist, would have been a more appropriate recipient of the Nobel Prize. McCullough’s contributions to the treatment of COVID-19 and his extensive research on heart diseases linked to kidney diseases are highlighted. Roman’s appreciation of McCullough’s work underscores his commitment to patient care and scientific integrity.
Sven Roman’s strong opinions and his deep involvement in the treatment and management of the COVID-19 pandemic provide a unique insight into the ongoing debate over scientific discoveries and their recognition. His viewpoints offer an alternative perspective on how we should value and reward medical advancements, especially in times of crisis.