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Dr. Marc Siegel: What I tell patients who get Omicron despite three vax shots

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Barry, author of "The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History," who spoke to me about it on SiriusXM’s Doctor Radio this week.There is no guarantee that the same will happen now, but it would behoove our public-health leaders to make the comparison, as opposed to the constant fearmongering.The obsession with testing and isolation is counterproductive not only because we lack readily available home tests, but also because the virus is now almost everywhere, and isolating yourself if you aren’t sick does little to decrease the amount of virus circulating in the community.One reason President Joe Biden’s poll numbers are dropping is most Americans recognize that he overpromised on the vaccine. This makes the mandate argument even more unconvincing — why mandate a vaccine that doesn’t prevent spread of the pathogen?One reason President Joe Biden’s poll numbers are dropping is most Americans recognize that he overpromised on the vaccine.Dr. Kakoto Iwasaki, world-renowned Yale immunologist, told me that she is working on a vaccine to prevent infection altogether by blocking uptake in the nasal passages. Now this might be a vaccine worth mandating to certain groups in the name of public safety, but it’s several months away at a minimum.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPIn the meantime, all we have is the cruel rhetoric against the unvaccinated and the consequences of the overpromising of a life-saving vaccine by drug companies, the media and politicians.And the public is left not believing in any of them — or, for that matter, in doctors like me, who have been on the front lines saving lives but then all too often inhale the dogma of reproach."May I never see in the patient anything but a fellow creature in pain.

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