Damaged People, Rotten Standards: Anatomy of Decline

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Tessa Lena If we look around, we’ll see many working-age people struggling with basic tasks, and a great decline in standards. The MSM is suggesting that one in every ten people who’s had “Omicron” ends up with “long COVID,” which nowadays seems to be the establishment term to describe all chronic illness, as well as […]

Statins vs. Supplements

Paul Filiatrault The “Supplements, Placebo, or Rosuvastatin (SPORT)” study was presented at the American Heart Association scientific sessions on Nov. 6, 2022 and published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This research measured cholesterol reduction between rosuvastatin (Crestor®) and supplements. One of the author’s conclusions is that doctors should ‘educate’ patients about […]

Death by Medicine

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Gary Null et al. Something is wrong when regulatory agencies pretend that vitamins are dangerous, yet ignore published statistics showing that government-sanctioned medicine is the real hazard. … A group of researchers meticulously reviewed the statistical evidence and their findings are absolutely shocking.4 These researchers have authored a paper titled “Death by Medicine” that presents […]

Our Addiction to Unnecessary Medicine is Letting Children Down

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Mark Shaw A few days ago it was reported that dozens of children between the ages of ve and 11 were given higher doses of the Covid vaccine “by mistake”. … In other news, the Indonesian Health Ministry said on Thursday, October 20th that it had found traces of three hazardous chemicals in children with […]

“Is Curing Patients a Sustainable Business Model?” Goldman Sachs Analysts Ask

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Beth Mole One-shot cures for diseases are not great for business—more specifically, they’re bad for longterm profits—Goldman Sachs analysts noted in an April 10 report for biotech clients … The investment banks’ report, titled “The Genome Revolution,” asks clients the touchy question: “Is curing patients a sustainable business model?” The answer may be “no,” according […]

Potential Toxicity and Safety Evaluation of Nanomaterials for the Respiratory System and Lung Cancer

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Thomas Vlachogianni et al. Engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) are a diverse group of materials finding increasing use in manufacturing, computing, food, pharmaceuticals, and biomedicine due to their very small size and exceptional properties. Health and safety concerns for ENMs have forced regulatory agencies to consider preventive measures and regulations for workers’ health and safety protection. Respiratory […]

Experts Blame Feds for Pharma Corruption

Lauren Vogel There are many shades of pharma corruption, according to the World Health Organization, from exaggerating or hiding safety and effectiveness data to seeking shortcuts in regulation and bribingprescribers.… Corruption is “endemic” because it’s profitable, and companies that “refuse to play the game”lose their market share, he [Marc-André Gagnon] explained. “Don’t blame the companies,” […]