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Covid-19 Response And The Tyranny Of Evidence-Based Medicine

Covid-19 Response And The Tyranny Of Evidence-Based Medicine

by Richard Amerling, MD Why are the vast majority of practicing physicians doing absolutely nothing to help patients with early Covid-19? Here is an excerpt from a recent conversation with a junior colleague (JC) on early outpatient treatment of Covid with ivermectin (IVM): JC: Countries like mine depend heavily on guidelines from the WHO (World […]

Awareness Foundation COVID-19 Roundtable

Awareness Foundation COVID-19 Roundtable

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola In this time of extreme censorship and suppression of scientific debate, The Awareness Foundation COVID-19 Roundtable,1 hosted by Katherine Macbean of the Awareness Foundation, is a sign of wakefulness and hope. It includes honest opinions and expertise from 14 high-profile doctors, including myself, with a focus on the potential dangers being posed […]

Do Drug Trials Underestimate Side Effects?

Do Drug Trials Underestimate Side Effects?

Sebastian Rushworth M.D. One commonly used trick in drug trials is to exclude any group that might make the drug look worse, such as those that are more likely to experience side effects. A good recent example of this is the covid vaccine trials, which largely excluded people with auto-immune diseases (more likely to develop […]