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WATCH: Dr. Shieh sheds light on coronavirus concerns



Dr. Thomas Shieh believes it's reasonable to surmise the coronavirus already is in Guam, it's just that no one is being tested for it. In a 10 minute interview with Kandit News this afternoon, Dr. Shieh explains how the virus may affect some groups of people more than others, including the pregnant women who are his patients.


During the interview, Dr. Shieh also said he believes the time to have blocked flights from coronavirus hotspots has since passed.


Listen to our on-the-phone interview with the outspoken health and civic leader here:



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David L
David L
Feb 27, 2020

i agree, we are not impartial parties for malpractice. we have experienced the worst that a parent can experience and the pain never stops. With that said, we are the only ones that will strongly and emotionally advocate with the help of our friends like Kandit news and others for changes in the law to protect other children and loved ones from malpractice. As we can see the senators on their own will never change laws that protect people from medical negligence. dr sheil is an example of a doctor, also not impartial and only cares about his bottom line.He wrote the new bill for speaker Barnes. people who advocate for change in laws usually are not impartial and based…

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Losing a child is the single most traumatic event a human can experience. Exactly because of that, bereaved parents are not impartial authorities on medical malpractice.

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David L
David L
Feb 26, 2020

Self absorbed and anti patient rights His let them eat cake attitude disgusts many. Audacity to discriminate against people killed by medical negligence by writing the law that protects his wealth and that of the negligent doctors who kill more on Guam than the corona virus will.

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He is violating professional ethics by insinuating that he has some kind of expert authority on epidemiology and especially on whether there's a case in Guam. He can have an opinion like anyone else, but if he had professional ethics, he'd decline these media requests. As always, the good clinicians are busy taking care of patients, while the questionable ones are giving interviews and trying to drum up business by appearing on TV. Don't worry, those Taiwanese baby tourists will be coming to Guam again soon.

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During the interview, Dr. Shieh also said he believes the time to have blocked flights from coronavirus hotspots has since passed.


So now we have a OB-GYN, or (obstetrician-gynecologist), giving advice about a viral outbreak and we should go ahead and not worry about airline flights bringing in people from hot zones? No thank you.

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