Dr. Sheila Furey of Richmond is scheduled to give a talk at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 17 at the Piankatank Ruritan Club, Hudgins.
According to a release provided by Tricia Stall of Mathews, Furey will discuss “what we have learned in the last two years and what each of us can do to maintain our health. She discusses how she helped her patients and how she continues to advocate and empower her patients with honesty and facts.”
A specialist in child and adolescent psychiatry, Furey has offices in Chesterfield, Richmond and Chester. She is a member of both the Virginia Medical Freedom Alliance and the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance.
In an online post announcing the Virginia Medical Freedom Alliance, Furey stated that the group advocates “for safe, early and effective treatment for COVID-19 and that all barriers to early intervention be removed … We seek to educate people on the danger of vaccines used to treat COVID-19 and vaccine injury.” The FLCCCA likewise, has advoc...
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