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Harvard Medical Professor Fired for Opposing COVID Lockdowns and Vaccine Mandates

Dr. Martin Kulldorff

Epidemiologist, biostatistician, and professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School Martin Kulldorff, MD announced on social media last week that Harvard fired him for opposing COVID-19 lockdowns and vaccine mandates. “I am no longer a professor of medicine at Harvard,” Dr. Kulldorff wrote in a published essay in the City Journal titled Harvard Tramples the […]

John Abramson, MD on How Doctors are Taught to Practice Medicine

John Abramson

Doctors are trained to read and understand medical science and evolving medical science—the articles that come out in the medical journals and the guidelines. That’s their job. As they have been taught, that’s how they do their job. But the fact is that 96 percent of medical research is about new drugs and medical devices. […]

CDC Still Pushing Myth That COVID Shots Work, Eroding Public Trust Further

breaking the public's trust

Ever since taking the helm as director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on July 10, 2023, Mandy Cohen, MD, MPH has regularly emphasized that her first and foremost order of business is to re-establish public trust in the CDC. “We have to first make sure that we are building trust […]

One in Five Paxlovid Users Experience COVID Rebound Infections

holding two Paxlovid capsules

A new study published earlier this month suggests that people who took Pfizer’s Paxlovid (nirmatrelvir-ritonavir)—an antiviral drug treatment for COVID-19—are much more likely to experience reinfection than those who did not take the drug. The study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, reported that one in five people who take Paxlovid could experience rebound […]

Cancer Rates Rising Among People Under 50 Years Old

girl with cancer hugged by her mother

A 2022 study published in the journal Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology shows that incidence of cancers in adults under 50 years old has been increasing in the United States and many parts of the world since the 1990s.1 According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the rate of early-onset cancer cases in the U.S. grew […]

Big Pharma’s Influence on U.S. Medical Schools is Significant

medical school students

An informal survey of medical schools conducted in 2005 by National Public Radio (NPR) showed that a number of universities and academic institutions are funded by pharmaceutical giants and other health industry sources. The survey, carried out through telephone calls and internet searches, found that two to six percent of the yearly budget of medical […]

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