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Excess deaths, the data

Champion mountain biker dies

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cycling/2022/08/24/rab-wardell-dies-cardiac-arrest-two-days-winning-scottish-mountain/

https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2022/aug/24/mountain-bike-rider-rab-wardell-dies-aged-37

Rab Wardell wins Scottish MTB XC Championships

Dies in his sleep a few days later at 37

Scottish cycling

We have very little information at this stage,

Katie Archibald

He had suffered a cardiac arrest

the paramedics arrived within minutes, but his heart stopped and they couldn’t bring him back

Inquiry into excess deaths in Scotland since the start of the pandemic

https://www.parliament.scot/chamber-and-committees/committees/current-and-previous-committees/session-6-covid19-recovery-committee/business-items/excess-deaths-in-scotland-since-the-start-of-the-pandemic-inquiry
https://data.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/detail.html#excess_deaths

Scottish government

Deaths in Scotland are 11% above average for this time of year and have been above the average for the past 26 weeks

Indications and utility of cardiac genetic testing in athletes

June 16th 2022

https://academic.oup.com/eurjpc/advance-article/doi/10.1093/eurjpc/zwac080/6596972

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220616194624.htm

Up to 80% of athletes who die suddenly had no symptoms or family history of heart disease

Excess all-cause mortality across counties in the United States, March 2020 to December 2021

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9094106/

An estimated 936,911 excess deaths occurred during 2020 and 2021,

of which 171,168 (18.3%) were not assigned to Covid-19 on death certificates

(as an underlying cause of death)

Excess mortality in England and English regions

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/08/18/silent-crisis-soaring-excess-deaths-gripping-britain-tip-iceberg/

England and Wales

For 14 of the past 15 weeks, around 1,000 extra deaths each week, (none of which are due to covid

If the current trajectory continues

Number of non-Covid excess deaths will soon outstrip covid deaths this year (2022)

Circulatory and diabetes, cancers

Prof Carl Heneghan, director of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, Oxford University

Excess deaths began to increase noticeably from around the end of April.

They have stayed high compared with the past seven years.

The signals in the data suggest something is not quite right

Sustained rises in deaths should trigger an investigation,

that may involve accessing the raw data on death certificates,

a random sample of medical notes,

or analysing autopsies.

I feel there is a lack of clear thinking at the moment and, when it comes to people’s health and wellbeing, you can’t wait – it’s unacceptable

England and Wales, 681 excess deaths at home, (28.1% more than expected)

https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/excess-mortality-in-england-and-english-regions

https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiYmUwNmFhMjYtNGZhYS00NDk2LWFlMTAtOTg0OGNhNmFiNGM0IiwidCI6ImVlNGUxNDk5LTRhMzUtNGIyZS1hZDQ3LTVmM2NmOWRlODY2NiIsImMiOjh9

Our world in data excess deaths

https://ourworldindata.org/excess-mortality-covid

Excess deaths = Reported deaths – Expected deaths

P scores
https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/birthsdeathsandmarriages/deaths/bulletins/deathsregisteredweeklyinenglandandwalesprovisional/weekending12august2022
People who would have died this year from old age and natural causes, dyed in the past 2 years from covid
Therefore, this years excess deaths should be below average

Written by Dr. John Campbell

Hello Everyone,My name is John Campbell and I am a retired Nurse Teacher and A and E nurse based in England. I also do some teaching in Asia and Africa when time permits. These videos are to help students to learn the background to all forms of health care. My PhD focused on the development of open learning resources for nurses nationally and internationally.

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  1. From an article written in 2011 , BBC
    The end is the most telling …
    “ Work in progress ;
    For Mohan Rao, it is an example of how even the Cairo consensus fails to take account of the developing world.
    "Cairo had some good things," he says. "However Cairo was driven largely by First World feminist agendas. Reproductive rights are all very well, but [there needs to be] a whole lot of other kinds of enabling rights before women can access reproductive rights. You need rights to food, employment, water, justice and fair wages. Without all these you cannot have reproductive rights."
    Perhaps, then, the humanitarian ideals of Cairo are still a work in progress.
    Meanwhile, Paul Ehrlich has also amended his view of the issue.
    If he were to write his book today, "I wouldn't focus on the poverty-stricken masses", he told the BBC.
    "I would focus on there being too many rich people. It's crystal clear that we can't support seven billion people in the style of the wealthier Americans." “

  2. unfortunately our government and media are not being truly transparent with us on this matter… angrily… NOTHING TO SEE HERE !!! some of my Young healthy and fit friends of have died already, UNKNOWN CAUSES !!! I am scared to exercise because i too have been injected.

  3. Dr Campbell, I have had a hard time watching your videos the last year when you were bullish on the vaccines when the data did not show them to be as effective as the media and governments promoted, nor when you were as concerned about SARS-CoV2 as you were when deaths data didn’t show it as bad as, again, we were being told. Because the data even from the Diamond princess cruise made it clear it was not as bad. But no one paid attention.

    But I’ve changed my tune about you over the last 6 months as you have obviously stared long and hard at the data and are now saying what needs to be said. Thank you for that.

    This video is spot on with the state of where we are. And it isn’t good.

  4. My view is slightly different in that I think that non physical factors can have an effect on mortality. Namely the concrete physical medical problems that Dr Campbell is constantly bringing to our attention are part of a wider societal process of institutional breakdown that is driven by a breakdown of non material factors such as values, which lead to collective discouragement at a level way deeper than the obvious problems of corruption. I think our civilisation is in trouble and collectively we can sense it, so one perfectly natural reaction is to subtly give up. I believe this kind of collective discouragement MAY be a factor causing these clearly evident excess deaths along with the clearly physical problems of untreated co-morbidities. I am approaching 80 and can too feel my life waning, but am not giving up because I am fortunate enough to be engaged in projects I believe are worthwhile to myself and others and because I can accept that death is not just the negation of life but also the completely natural completion of life and has been since the moment of our birth. Therefore I can attempt the approach of death as gracefully as I can.

  5. Fyi, around November in 2020, before testing and vaccines my girlfriend who had asthma and could take care of it, had real difficulties breathing. She stopped breathing and her partner called emergency paramedics. They refused to come in as he was performing CPR. She died. At the time people were being creamated. She was a survivor but didn’t survive this. It wasn’t counted as a Covid case but I have questions! Bay Area, Ca. She loved her children and they loved her. Thank you so much for sharing this information. I believe you were correct when you first started covering all this and my appreciation is with you. I referred and still do anyone I can including my Drs and their staff. Thank you so much for doing what you are doing in a calming manner with peer reviewed papers and journals. Much love and appreciation from California.❤️🌈🍀😇🙏🏻❣️

  6. Two possibilities. Obviously it could be the vaccine. But could it also be heart damage due to COVID infections that remain after the virus is long gone.

  7. How much have heatwaves and the rising costs of living also contributed to this increase in deaths? And Sudden Death Syndrome among otherwise fit and healthy individuals isn’t something new at all so to cite the example of the Scottish cyclist, as if there’s a hidden agenda, is disingenuous in the context of this visit and I would think is insulting to his family and loved ones. I do respect you immensely Dr C but there are occasions where Wikipedia might be on point.

  8. Strange and perhaps worrying… After Covid (and excluding it) Excess deaths should be lower than normal for a while…. It would really be useful to know which causes of death have increased… (by age group).

  9. Anyone who wants further depth to what Dr J was saying, I suggest looking into Dr David Cartland. He is a UK GP, and one of the few doctors blowing the whistle on this crisis. He has appeared on several podcasts recently detailing the massive increase in strokes, heart problems and blood clots…..but only in the vaccinated.

  10. We knew by march 2021 the risk of “vaccines” were not outweighed by the slight reductions (controversial that any reductions were shown to be more than placebo) in death.

    The real illness was in our minds. We lost our cool and forced something that hurt more than helped.

    We need need need to look at this so that people can take better care of themselves and others.

    Remember, what we believe helps us or hurts us is almost as powerful as the mechanical and technical metrics and readings and scientifically analysed and informed treatments.

    We need to look at the big corporations and ask if we want these behemoths controlling human life in 2022 and ahead.

    What’s also difficult is the retrospect paradox. We can never know after the fact of a choice what would have been reality if we’d done something else.

    Had we never vaxxed anyone, there’s no saying for SURE these outcomes would have been identical. We dont know the degree of impact of or choices. Had we never locked down, nor forced risky therapies, no one can truly genuinely say what would have been the trajectory of the virulence of this virus.

    Some people saw a future where they could get extremely rich while playing a heroic role. Egoism and greed under the guise of moralism and prudence fucked us all on this one, badly.

  11. Some one PLEASE HELP US WITH THIS. We had a friend of 25 years suddenly die this past Wednesday. When we inquired as to what the cause of death was; we were met with "Undisclosed". What the heck does that mean and who decides that nobody should know?? Is this something that a coroner makes a decision on; law enforcement or who. please help. It seems very suspicious to us and very troubling. Wouldn't the cause of death be listed on the death certificate as public information?? Thank you to whoever may know why this may happen. As far as we know, she was NOT vaccinated.

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