A conversation with Dr. Lucie Wilk

Dr. Lucie Wilk, a Consultant Rheumatologist with the NHS, gives her views on the current health crisis.

Lucie Wilk 1Lucie Wilk MD had an article published in the online newspaper 'The Conservative Woman' under the title: "Why have we doctors been silent?" The publication date was 15 Nov. 2021.

In the opening paragraph the NHS consultant rheumatologist wrote:
"AS an NHS hospital doctor, I have had a front-row seat as the drama of the coronavirus pandemic has unfolded. It has been a year and a half of confusion, frustration and anger for me as I’ve watched our profession drawn into complicity with what I anticipate will be regarded as one of the most egregious public health disasters in history."

Following the publication of the article Dr. Wilk kindly agreed to have an online conversation with a small group of mature Christians who shared her concerns and identified with what she had written.

The group included four medical doctors, one of whom is currently leading a church in Scotland.

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A further article from The Conservative Woman is headed:
'The most detailed evidence yet of the devastating damage Covid vaccines can do.'
Dr. Lucie Wilks website can be found here.
Inter alia she has written:
I work with you to find your optimal expression of health, focusing on the body, mind and spirit to support you on your path. In addition to optimising nutrition, I explore how your history plays a role in your present state of health. As an NHS Consultant Rheumatologist, I have particular expertise in autoimmune conditions but I am happy to review people with many other chronic health conditions, as I have been dual trained in General Medicine and Rheumatology. In an effort to help manage the effects of chronic stress on illness, I am also a certified biodynamic craniosacral therapist and find this integrative approach very effective for healing. I am based in Exeter but do see patients at a secondary location in London.

The Editor, 14/12/2021

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