Episode 37: Dr. Valentina Kiselev - Do Germs Cause Disease?
In this podcast, Dr. Valentina Kiselev joins me to discuss the germ theory, terrain theory, the issues surrounding virus isolation and her perspectives around the pandemic.
Dr. Valentina Kiselev(a)* is a graduate of St. Petersburg Pediatrics Medical University, independent expert on bioethics and biosecurity, health advocate.
For 15 years Valentina was an Executive Director of an Adult Day Health Center in Bellevue, WA, was a board member of multiple state and city community organizations, covering education, diversity and business development issues, served two terms on Bellevue Arts Commission, has extensive political and community background. In 2016 Valentina moved to St. Petersburg - her hometown in Russia, where she founded entrepreneur committee in collaboration with a political party, then engaged with the MSF - Doctors Without Boarders (Brussels Operational Center), where she started as a project coordinator for Saint Petersburg and vicinity, and then became personal Advisor for MSF HOM (Head of the Mission) in Russia. Valentina is a wife and a mother of two beautiful girls.
To contact Dr. Kiselev please check out her LinkedIn page or find her on Telegram;
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/2valentina
Telegram - (Mainly in Russian, some materials are in English) t.me/VseWeda and t.me/VseWedaX (library)
Watch the podcast on Rumble: https://rumble.com/
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