“The reason why I became a public figure (…)is that the information is not circulated. (…) A year has passed, and I was invited once to your place, and again to another, that’s all. Is this normal, when I think I have an opinion on gene therapy perhaps worthy of being known to the French? “ The tone is set. Guest on CNews, on May 26, geneticist Alexandra Henrion-Code, described as an “antivax leader,” has a voice trembling with fury, despite her omnipresent smile.
Two days ago, the 52-year-old former director of research at the prestigious National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm), was filmed by show cameras. daily On the stage of an anti-axe and anti-helmet march, comedian Jean-Marie Bigard and singer Frances Lalanne appeared. Seeing the camera, she did not stop smiling, but made journalists frown, treating them as “collaborators” by the crowd present, while Jean-Marie Piegard insulted former Minister of Health Agnes Buzyn, and treated “Big Bitch”.
Being next to the author of the drawing “Abandoning Sluts” of the famous researcher, former student of Professor Axel Kahn, is surprising. “This is a cute mad story, you got into something you can no longer get out of”, regrets Dr. Jerome Marti, President of the French Union of Liberal Doctors (URML). Like a bunch of scholars, mI Henrion-Caude has been fueling the conspiracy field for months, relaying her skepticism about messenger RNA vaccines (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna), which she believes will. ‘Genetically modified us’. Confirmation that she was able to repeat – contrary to what she says – many times in several media, from CNews to Sud Radio through Cyril Hanoun’s flagship program “Touche pas à mon poste”.
His position saddens his former colleagues at Inserm. Inside the institute, where the embarrassment is palpable, we are happy to remember that Mr.I Henrion-Caude is Retired since August 2019. She is not an Honorary Researcher at Inserm and we no longer have any connections (…) With this former collaborator. Thus, today she can only speak in her own name.”. In fact, mI Henrion-Caude has been living in Mauritius for several years, where in 2017 she and her husband launched an obscure research lab, “SimplissimA,” which is primarily aimed at promoting traditional treatments.
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