- Merck’s new pill, what does it do, can it replace the need for vaccine?
- What do the data show regarding pros/cons of vaccine for 5-18 yo, and for under 5 yo?
- For child-bearing age and pregnant women, what is the benefit/risk ratio of vaccine?
- It is true that a woman’s risk of DYING from Covid is SIGNIFICANTLY increased (by 70%!) if she is pregnant?
- What are the scientific evidence supporting the pros and cons of the vaccine?
- What are the potential long-term side effect of a vaccine that has not been around long?
- Vaccine vs monoclonal antibody treatment, which is better?
- What are the differences in mask protocol, in the presence of vaccinated vs unvaccinated?
- How effective is the booster shot, and can it be mixed or it has to be matched?
- Why an unvaccinated person is not only harming him/herself, but also is harming others?
- What determines if we are ever going to come out of Covid? What each of us should do?
- How about the larger question of freedom vs. responsibility?
- What are the differences in Covid infection rate, between people of color and others (the answer is nearly 300%! I will show the data)? Why? What can we do as an ethnically diverse church to better protect ourselves?
- How about the vaccination rate between the colored and non-colored folks? Why?
- How can I judge if I am fed with biased info, vs, objective and truthful info?
Dr. Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD (laser physics), is a world-renowned laser eye surgeon, philanthropist, and a co-founder of the non-profit Common Ground Network that has published the “Common Ground Bible Study”.
As a teenager, Ming fought valiantly to escape China’s Cultural Revolution – during which millions of innocent youth were deported to remote areas to face a life sentence of hard labor and poverty. He came to America with only $50 and earned two doctorate degrees, one in laser physics and one in medicine, and graduated with the highest honors from Harvard Medical School and MIT.
Wang Foundation for Sight Restoration has helped patients from over 40 states in the U.S. and 55 countries, with all sight restoration surgeries performed free-of-charge. Dr. Wang was named the Kiwanis Nashvillian of the Year for his lifelong dedication to help blind orphaned children from around the world.
The film “Sight” is based on Dr. Wang’s autobiography “From Darkness to Sight” and co-stars Greg Kinnear.