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Flat White

Covid, consent, and the code of conduct

<em>How AHPRA entered the consultation room and is now refusing to leave.</em>

10 October 2022

8:00 AM

10 October 2022

8:00 AM

It’s a story I’ve heard far too many times. ‘There was no mention of any possible serious side effects other than the after your Covid vaccination information sheet I was handed on the way out. If only I’d known.’

What followed is the now all-too-familiar story of repeated emergency room presentations, doctor visits, and an array of diagnoses including chest pain (cause unknown), pericarditis, myocarditis, Bell’s palsy, fibromyalgia, neuralgia, and fatigue, just to name a few.

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