They tried in every way to transform him into an icon of the no vax movement a few hours after his death, but the family of Giuseppe De Donno, the first to experiment with the anti-Covid treatment based on hyperimmune plasma (later rejected by Aifa and Iss), has distanced itself from any exploitation. “Giuseppe De Donno was a doctor who loved his profession to the fullest and who never renounced science. An esteemed and appreciated doctor for having …
They tried in every way to turn it into an icon of vax movement a few hours after his death, but the family of Giuseppe De Donno, the first to experiment with the anti Covid treatment based on plasma iperimmune (later rejected by Aifa and Iss), he distanced himself from any exploitation. “Giuseppe De Donno was a doctor who loved his profession to the fullest and who never renounced science.
A doctor respected and appreciated for having given all of himself for the good of the community. But Joseph – the relatives write in an appeal posted on Facebook – he wasn’t just a doctor. First of all he was a man, son, father, husband, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend, also with a private life far from the spotlight, which in the last period have taken over “.
The images of many no pass and no vax protesters who exhibited the photo of De Donno, as if he were a hero of that galaxy, annoyed the family. “He was a kind person, with a word of comfort at the right time on every occasion for each of us, who loved his family unconditionally, and was loved … let alone if he was loved! Those who really know him know that nothing of what in these sad days we are reading on the web, social networks, newspapers and banners hanging around the city represent it. In this dramatic moment silence would be the greatest form of respect and love for him and all his loved ones. We thank you for all the love that is shown, but there are private situations that cannot and must not be exploited “.
An appeal that immediately fell on deaf ears. Also yesterday many no vax protesters shouted the name of De Donno during the various demonstrations organized throughout Italy. In Rome the Casapound ultra-right movement organized a raid in front of the Aifa headquarters. “Truth for De Donno” is the text of the banner displayed during the action in via del Tritone to commemorate the former head of pulmonology at the Mantua hospital found lifeless in his home. “De
Donno – he explained to the megaphone Luca Marsella, among the leaders of the CPI and municipal councilor in Rome – was one of the main proponents of the treatment with hyperimmune plasma, but he had to face a real smear campaign “.
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