Meryl Nass, MD, sheds light on inconvenient facts that should be considered when assessing the likely origin of the global COVID-19 pandemic. This is a contentious subject that government officials and proponents of “gain-of-function” experimentation have, as Dr. Nass writes, “circled the wagons” to insist that the pandemic emerged as a natural phenomenon. However, their…

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Judy Mikovits PhD, a molecular biologist who joined the National Institutes of Health in 1980 as a Postdoctoral Scholar in Molecular Virology at the National Cancer Institute where she conducted research for 22 years with her mentor, Dr. Frank Ruscetti, a pioneer in the field of human retrovirology, with whom she collaborated for 35-years. Working…

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What if any, Scientific or Empirical Evidence Supports Use of Remdesivir as “Standard of Care”? Unlike other drugs being tested against the new coronavirus, remdesivir hasn’t received official approval for any use in normal conditions anywhere in the world against any illness. On April 29, 2020, Chinese remdesivir study was published in The Lancet ,…

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Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, MD, PhD is an oncologist on the faculty of Columbia University. He is also a Pulitzer Prize author of several books [See below] In his article, How Does the Coronavirus Behave Inside a Patient, in THE NEW YORKER,  Dr. Mukherjee highlights the primary role of medicine, which should never to lose sight…

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The high death rate in the United States, from COVID-19 is reality-based evidence demonstrating the colossal failure of the multi-layered system of uncoordinated agencies to ensure national preparedness to meet the people’s essential needs Given the enormous per capita U.S. expenditure for healthcare and pandemic public health preparedness – $3.6 trillion in 2018 – or…

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The World Health Organization provides public health recommendations about the use of pharmacologic drugs and vaccines and provides guidelines and assistance in public health emergencies. When it was founded in 1948, the WHO relied on funding from its member states; their contributions were assessed based on their national income and population. The funds were not…

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