The doctors educational roadshow

Black Creek, 10 Dec 2021

On December 10, 2021 there was a great crowd in Black Creek, British Columbia, a community that sits between Campbell River and Courtney on beautiful Vancouver Island. Dr. Hoffe, Dr. Nagase, Dr Kindy, Dr. Malthouse and Kari Simpson all delivered a powerhouse presentation that equipped and empowered those attending with truth, facts and usable information. This picture is of the roadshow team at the start of the event.

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Dr. Daniel Nagase

Dr. Stephen Malthouse has been practising medicine in BC for 43 years in rural, urban, emergency room, palliative care, and family practice settings. He was also involved in pediatric research while living in Nepal for 2 years. Dr. Malthouse founded the Canadian Integrative Medicine Association and is the current president of the Canada Health Alliance, a national network of healthcare professionals whose aim is to promote therapies that are based on science, not politics or financial gain. A sabbatical year in 2020 started Dr. Malthouse down the path of evaluating the BC government’s management of the COVID-19 crisis and how that has affected individual and community health. He is particularly interested in the true effectiveness and risks of COVID therapies and vaccines.

Dr. Charles Hoffe

BSc, MB BCh, LMCC

Dr. Charles Hoffe is a family doctor who lives and works in Lytton, BC. He is a graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, and moved to Canada in 1990. He has worked as a family physician and emergency room physician in Lytton for 28 years.

After seeing numerous cases of severe covid vaccine injury in his own patients, Dr. Hoffe has been an outspoken advocate for patient safety and the Hippocratic Oath: “First do no harm.”

Dr. Hoffe has been threatened, persecuted and disciplined by the medical authorities for the crime of causing “vaccine hesitancy”, by daring to question the safety of the experimental gene therapy “vaccines”, and for advocating for the safety of his own patients who have been injured by the Covid shots.

Dr. Stephen Malthouse

Dr. Stephen Malthouse has been practising medicine in BC for 43 years in rural, urban, emergency room, palliative care, and family practice settings. He was also involved in pediatric research while living in Nepal for 2 years. Dr. Malthouse founded the Canadian Integrative Medicine Association and is the current president of the Canada Health Alliance, a national network of healthcare professionals whose aim is to promote therapies that are based on science, not politics or financial gain. A sabbatical year in 2020 started Dr. Malthouse down the path of evaluating the BC government’s management of the COVID-19 crisis and how that has affected individual and community health. He is particularly interested in the true effectiveness and risks of COVID therapies and vaccines.