Below, Dr. Meryl Nass reviews a long list of corrupt practices that undermine the integrity of medical science and the practice of medicine during the current  medical crisis. The coronavirus crisis has been made significantly worse by stakeholders who are preventing doctors from prescribing for their patients, existing, safe and effective medicines, because the stakeholders…

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On May 22, 2020, The Lancet published “Hydroxychloroquine or Chloroquine With or Without A Macrolide For Treatment of COVID-19: a Multinational Registry Analysis”.  The  study was described as an observational study purportedly involving more than 96,000 hospitalized Covid-19 patients in  671 hospitals across six continents. Update: On June 4th  Two Huge Covid-19 Studies Are Retracted After…

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Time to let the people go!  Dr. Fauci, you’ve held sway for far too long…   “Policymakers and the public have not received several key messages that are critical to alleviate fear and guide a safe reopening of society. That has led to a gross failure in policy at the state level. Total lockdown —…

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Michael Levitt, PhD, is an American-British-Israeli-South-African biophysicist. Since 1987, he is professor of structural biology at Stanford University. Dr. Levitt received the Nobel Prize in chemistry, together with two colleagues for the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems. Dr. Levitt has been following the Covid-19 pandemic since January. By analyzing the numbers of…

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The War Zone reports that the federal government released 85 million N95 masks to handle the H1N1 outbreak of 2009; it failed to replenish the stock, resulting in a major shortage that puts doctors, nurses, and health care providers in hospitals at high risk. At retail, the masks cost between .75cents and $1.25. “The N95 masks are…

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At a minimum, the practice of responsible medicine requires that physicians who prescribe drugs whose  known severe adverse side effects are likely to cause their patients irreversible harm, requires that those physicians follow monitoring guidelines to ensure their patients’ safety. 

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