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Over 100,000 Released Documents Expose COVID Origin Fraud

In a March 31, 2022, investigative report,1 Vanity Fair contributor Katherine Eban reviewed the contents of more than 100,000 EcoHealth Alliance documents, including meeting minutes and internal emails and reports, most of which predate the COVID-19 pandemic, showing a disturbing reality of “murky grant agreements, flimsy NIH oversight and pursuit of government grants by pitching… Read More »

Globalists Aim to Take Over Health Systems Worldwide

The globalist cabal is planning to monopolize health systems worldwide, and that plan is already underway. In June 2021, Dr. Julie Gerberding wrote a Time article1 laying out the framework for an international pandemic-surveillance network, which would include threat prediction and preemption as well. Gerberding served as director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control… Read More »

People over 50 years old or with existing kidney dysfunction are more likely to get kidney damage when using tenofovir disoproxil-based PrEP

A study published in AIDS found that people who already had some evidence of decreased kidney function on blood tests or who were aged over 50 were significantly more likely to develop kidney impairment when taking tenofovir disoproxil as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). The risk of kidney damage when taking PrEP was found to be low,… Read More »

CDC director says unvaccinated people shouldn’t travel over Labor Day weekend

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky advised unvaccinated people against traveling over the upcoming Labor Day weekend as the U.S. battles back a surge in Covid-19 hospitalizations caused by the highly contagious delta variant. “Given where we are with… Read More »

Supreme Court will hear case over Trump admin’s 340B drug program cuts to hospitals

Dive Brief: The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving the Trump administration’s cuts of Medicare Part B reimbursement for drugs that hospitals obtain under the 340B program. The case pivots on whether CMS has the authority to make payment cuts under the outpatient prospective payment system. The justices are expected to hear… Read More »