| Dolores Cahill |
(doctor, activist, Covid-19 dissenter, Science dissident)
|Alma mater||Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University|
Irish molecular biologist and immunologist who early and loudly protested against the official pandemic narrative. Predicts disaster from experimental gene therapies peddled as vaccines.
Professor Dolores Cahill is an Irish molecular biologist and immunologist, who early spoke out against the official pandemic narrative, including lockdowns, the lying with statistics, forced mask use, and the experimental gene therapy being presented as vaccines.
As with almost every leading expert voicing similar concerns, Cahill has suffered professional and personal retaliation. In her case Professor Cahill was forced to resign her position as vice chair of the Scientific Committee of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a partnership between the European Commission and the drugs industry to promote new drugs, and lost her teaching position. She has also been intensely censored by social media corporations, calling herself "the most censored citizen in Ireland".
“Anyone who’s over 70 who gets one of these mRNA vaccines will probably sadly die within about two to three years. And I would say anyone who gets the mRNA injection, no matter what age you are, your life expectancy will be reduced to, you know, die if you’re in your thirties within five to ten years, and you probably will have allergy, neuro-cognitive issues, inflammation, and of course infertility is the major one”
Dolores Cahill (May 2021) 
Cahill says that not only will recipients of modified RNA-vaccines start dying in great numbers, but that instead of being taken as a sign for caution, the deaths will be blamed on new and different types of coronaviruses, feeding into a deliberate program to create panic and hysteria.
In August 2021, the British government issued an arrest warrant for her arrest. The reason for the warrant was given as a ‘failure to answer bail’ and related to two charges connected to a rally held in Trafalgar Square on September 19, 2020, for holding of a gathering in an outdoor public place during emergency period.
Cahill has more than 20 years expertise in high-throughput protein & antibody array, automation & biomedical applications in biomarker discovery, diagnostics & personalised medicine. She specializes in translational medicine (determining the relevance to human disease of novel discoveries in the biological sciences.)
She has selected experience in the EU system, in the EU Future & Emerging technologies (FETOPEN) Innovation Launchpad; as EU Innovation Radar Expert, and on the EU Horizon 2020 Societal Challenges 1 (Health).
Cahill holds several granted and licensed international patents (EU, USA, Japan, Australia) and peer reviewed publications. She is a professor at University College Dublin from 2005, although she was removed from teaching positions after publicly protesting against several the COVID-19 policies, in particular the experimental gene therapy (presented as a vaccine).
She was a member of the Irish Government’s Advisory Science Council (ASC) Member (2005-2013) for Science, Technology & Innovation, and was Awarded BMBF BioFuture Prize by German Minister of Science.
Cahill was forced to resign her position as vice chair of the Scientific Committee of the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), a partnership between the European Commission and the drugs industry to promote new drugs, the Commission denounced her claims declaring she could cause “significant harm”, if taken seriously.
In May 2020, only two months into the event, she stated:
There’s two things, two major things I want to say to people…First of all there should be a lot of hope that this virus is not as dangerous as it is being shown to be, and also there’s major issues, like the media are reporting the number of cases when actually someone who has had the virus – like me I had this virus in January and February – your immune system clears it after ten days and then you are immune for life. So you’re not a case you are immune for life…
Then the second thing is we can see that in Ireland, as in globally, half of the people who die are over 80 and that we’ll say children and anyone under 50 – unless they have chronic conditions like cystic fibrosis – they will have no issue. So what I am saying is there is no need for the lockdown and that we could all actually go back to work.
- Interview with Computing Forever, 11th May 2020]