This post addresses the evidence about the validity of requirements to wear MASKS as a protection against an airborne virus. 1, The lack of supporting science is documented. For example, 5 studies by the National Institutes of Health, from 2004-2020 all found verifiable adverse health effects from wearing a face mask; these include scientifically verified…

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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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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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On April 21, 2020, three Israeli scientists published a new study online:  Managing COVID-19 Pandemic Without Destructing the Economy  at: ArXiv (an Open Access archive for scholarly articles in physics, mathematics, and computer science owned by Cornell University.) The authors are professors at Hebrew University. Dr. David Gershon is CEO of SuperDerivatives, a market data…

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 “Nothing is more fundamental to the ethical conduct of clinical trials than the informed consent of research participants. The Nuremberg Code and every subsequent major international statement about ethics and medical research enshrine this role.” In his recent article in Science and Engineering Ethics, Dr. Mark Yarborough, Dean’s Professor of Bioethics at the University of…

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Candida auris is a fungus that presents multiple serious health threats that are especially concerning. It is difficult to identify, treat and contain; and it is especially persistent in that it is both resistant to treatment and to eradication methods. What makes this fungus very hard to eradicate is that it forms spores and a…

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A commentary in the April 2007 issue of HARVAD magazine, AHRP board member, Stefan Kruszeuski, MD, urges his colleagues to abandon psychiatry’s diagnostic and therapeutic reductionism.

 

 

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Neuroscientists are venturing into new areas positing that through attentive thinking (meditating) we can reshape the hard drive of our brains.

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NIH ethics review Thu, 15 Jan 2004 There is nothing quite like good investigative journalism to shake public officials from their complacency. An investigative report by David Willman in The Los Angeles Times on Dect 7, 2003, has sent NIH director, Dr. Elias Zirhouni, scrambling to explain why NIH has looked the other way as…

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Science Reporters Don’t Notice Conflicts of Interest Tue, 3 Dec 2002 An article by Neil Munro, in The Washington Monthly (below) exposes a journalistic failure by major science reporters. By examining how The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Chicago Tribune have reported stem cell and cloning research, he demonstrates that science reporters…

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Critical GAO Report Belies Safety of Anthrax Vaccine – Insight Mon, 18 Nov 2002 A highly critical 50-page report by the General Accounting Office (GAO) has put into question the safety of the Anthrax vaccine and the credibility of government officials who have withheld information about the vaccine’s serious health risks. Insight Magazine reports GAO’s…

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