Prof. Luc Montagnier: Covid vaccines creating new variants

Prof. Luc Montagnier: Covid vaccines creating new variants

Luc Montagnier, a French virologist and recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), has made a startling claim that Covid-19 vaccines are creating new variants in various parts of the...
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WHO rejects COVID passport schemes

WHO rejects COVID passport schemes

The World Health Organization (WHO) has staunchly rejected the use of Covid passports to reopen travel in a meeting of its emergency committee, over concerns that vaccinations alone won’t prevent the transmission of the virus. Reiterating their previously st...
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AstraZeneca agrees to buy Alexion for $39 billion

AstraZeneca agrees to buy Alexion for $39 billion

AstraZeneca agrees to buy rare disease firm Alexion for $39 billion. Subject to shareholder approval and certain regulatory clearances, the companies expect the deal to close in Q3 2021. The combined company is set to generate ~$500M of recurring run-rate of....
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FDA Warns Of ‘Severe Adverse Reactions’ After Vaccine Dose 2

FDA Warns Of ‘Severe Adverse Reactions’ After Vaccine Dose 2

Pfizer and partner BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine meets expectations on agency guidance and is enough to spur an agency review, according to staff of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The finding is one of several significant new results featured in the ...
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Bayer Pays $10BN To Settle Thousands Of Monsanto Glyphosate Lawsuits

Bayer Pays $10BN To Settle Thousands Of Monsanto Glyphosate Lawsuits

After decades of widespread use as company scientists played down research showing a definitive link between the product and growing rates of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Monsanto parent company Bayer has agreed to pay up to $10 billion to settle claims that...
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France extends health emergency until July 24

France extends health emergency until July 24

France extends health emergency until July 24 as Europe mulls lifting lockdown restrictions. France’s minister of health has announced an extension of the public health state of emergency until July 24. The country was placed under emergency on March 24...
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Lysol Maker Begs Public Not To Inject Its Cleaning Products After Dangerous Trump Advice

Lysol Maker Begs Public Not To Inject Its Cleaning Products After Dangerous Trump Advice

During last night’s press briefing, President Trump made some dangerous remarks about a new treatment involving ‘sunlight’ and ‘bleaching’ of the lungs to combat the virus. It appeared that during Thursday night’s presser, T...
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Scientist Who Discovered HIV Says: “COVID-19 Could Only Have Been Created In A Lab”

Scientist Who Discovered HIV Says: “COVID-19 Could Only Have Been Created In A Lab”

As the mainstream media and politicians begin to raise or admit the possibilities that the source of COVID-19 was likely a lab in Wuhan (accidentally leaked or otherwise) – something we first brought to the world’s attention in January before b...
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Italian Beachtowns Plan “Plexiglass Cages” To Enforce Safe And Social Distancing Sunbathing This Summer

Italian Beachtowns Plan “Plexiglass Cages” To Enforce Safe And Social Distancing Sunbathing This Summer

Once the quarantine is over, there will be time to explore and observe how society has evolved rapidly. Well, by the time everyone makes it out of the house this summer, we all might be ushered back into quarantine by...
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WHO Encourages Adoption Of Alternative Greetings

WHO Encourages Adoption Of Alternative Greetings

WHO Encourages Adoption Of “Alternative Greetings” Like The “Elbow Tap” And “Foot Shake” To Fight Coronavirus As humanity struggles to “adapt” to the coronavirus outbreak, which has suddenly introduced a patina o...
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Soybean oil causes neurological changes, says animal study

Soybean oil causes neurological changes, says animal study

America’s favorite cooking oil causes neurological changes, says animal study by research team from University of California, Riverside. New research has shown that despite being marketed as a healthy alternative, soybean oil, America’s most popular oil, c...
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China sets up wartime measures in Wuhan, send 25,000 medical personnel

China sets up wartime measures in Wuhan, send 25,000 medical personnel

China Sends 25,000 Medical Personnel To Hubei As War Time Conditions Take Effect. 1,716 medical workers have been infected. China has sent new 217 medical rescue groups totaling 25,633 personnel to Hubei province to fight the outbreak. New wartime level quara...
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WHO praises China’s ‘strong action’ to quarantine 11mn in Wuhan

WHO praises China’s ‘strong action’ to quarantine 11mn in Wuhan

The World Health Organization (WHO) has commended China’s swift response to a rapidly moving virus gripping the country, but despite a quick-climbing infection tally, the agency is reluctant to classify it a global health threat. “What they are doing is...
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Sanofi recalls popular heartburn drug Zantac as FDA investigates probable carcinogen

Sanofi recalls popular heartburn drug Zantac as FDA investigates probable carcinogen

Sanofi said Friday it will recall the widely-used heartburn drug Zantac from stores in the United States and Canada as the drugmaker and Food and Drug Administration investigate a probable carcinogen detected in the drug. The FDA last month said it...
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Scientists at Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet: New organ found just beneath the skin

Scientists at Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet: New organ found just beneath the skin

New organ found just beneath the skin may be responsible for certain types of pain. A previously unknown sensory organ that detects dangerous environmental stimuli may be responsible for certain types of pain, according to scientists who discovered the organ.....
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