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BIIDS: Behavioural Induced Immune Deficiency Syndrome

June 20th, 2009

Johnson Tagarisa grew up during the 1970s when his cousins, brothers and uncles worked in the mines of South Africa.  Upon return to their native Zimbabwe, they spoke often of their experiences.  By the time that people were starting to “die from AIDS in South Africa,” Johnson was old enough and educated enough to connect the dots.  Even when his stepbrother died in 1993, Johnson argued with the doctor that he had died of syphilis because he had (more…)

OMSJ Fights the Good Fight

September 6th, 2011

Los Angeles, September 6, 2011 – OMSJ (The Office of Medical & Scientific Justice), a highly recognized and successful non-profit investigation agency, reports that medical and scientific corruption (“junk science”) permeates the pharmaceutical industry and US regulators – adversely affecting the health of Americans and millions worldwide. (more…)

Military Court Raises Questions About HIV Tests

June 12th, 2012

8 Jun (WASH DC) - In an unusual and possibly unprecedented trial verdict, rendered after expert witnesses raised “reasonable doubt” about the general validity of what are commonly called “HIV tests,” a military judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina on May 17 acquitted an Army sergeant of aggravated assault for failing to disclose his HIV “status” to sexual partners. The charges could have resulted in 37 years imprisonment for Sgt. Tarence C. Dixon. (more…)

Navy Dismisses HIV Charges

November 30th, 2012

30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)

Conditional Approval for Anthrax Vaccine Trial in Children

March 20th, 2013

20 Mar (AHRP) -The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues released its “[ ] Pediatric Research on Medical Countermeasures” Report and recommendations, on Tuesday, March 19, 2013.  The Report and the Commission Chair, Dr. Amy Gutmann, who presided (more…)

  • HIV Innocence Group

    This page has changed – go to the HIV Innocence Group (more…)

  • The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

    The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD.  The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by  Medical Hypotheses.  Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: (more…)

  • BIIDS: Behavioural Induced Immune Deficiency Syndrome

    Johnson Tagarisa grew up during the 1970s when his cousins, brothers and uncles worked in the mines of South Africa.  Upon return to their native Zimbabwe, they spoke often of their experiences.  By the time that people were starting to “die from AIDS in South Africa,” Johnson was old enough and educated enough to connect the dots.  Even when his stepbrother died in 1993, Johnson argued with the doctor that he had died of syphilis because he had (more…)

  • OMSJ Fights the Good Fight

    Los Angeles, September 6, 2011 – OMSJ (The Office of Medical & Scientific Justice), a highly recognized and successful non-profit investigation agency, reports that medical and scientific corruption (“junk science”) permeates the pharmaceutical industry and US regulators – adversely affecting the health of Americans and millions worldwide. (more…)

  • Military Court Raises Questions About HIV Tests

    8 Jun (WASH DC) - In an unusual and possibly unprecedented trial verdict, rendered after expert witnesses raised “reasonable doubt” about the general validity of what are commonly called “HIV tests,” a military judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina on May 17 acquitted an Army sergeant of aggravated assault for failing to disclose his HIV “status” to sexual partners. The charges could have resulted in 37 years imprisonment for Sgt. Tarence C. Dixon. (more…)

  • Navy Dismisses HIV Charges

    30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)

  • Increasing Number of Parents Refusing HPV Vaccine for Daughters

    20 Mar (NATURAL NEWS) - More and more parents are just saying “no” to the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine, according to a new study by the Mayo Clinic. In fact, the researchers who conducted the study, which involved analyzing vaccination data for teens ages 13 to 17 in the 2008-10 National Immunization Survey of Teens, found that more than two in five parents surveyed believe the HPV vaccine is unnecessary and an increasing growing number of them express worry about potential side effects. (more…)

  • Whistleblowers Raise More Questions About GAP

    13 MAR (WASHINGTON DC) – Former CIA officer John Kiriakou isn’t the first government whistleblower to feel exploited by the non-profit Government Accountability Project (GAP), and he probably won’t be the last.  After lending his name, image, voice and story to GAP’s fundraising efforts, the married father of five was left with little more than bankruptcy and a 30-month prison sentence. (more…)

  • Dollars for Docs Top Earners

    13 Mar (PROPUBLICA) - When Dollars for Docs [2] first launched in 2010 [3], ProPublica spoke with several of the dozens of doctors [4] who had earned more than $200,000 from their speaking and consulting work for drug companies. Now, with records from more companies and more years of data, we’ve identified 22 doctors [5] who’ve earned at least $500,000 since 2009 — including one, Jon Draud, who was paid more than $1 million.  (more…)

  • Doubts About John Hopkins Research Have Gone Unanswered

    11 Mar (THE WASHINGTON POST) - The numbers didn’t add up. Over and over, Daniel Yuan, a medical doctor and statistician, couldn’t understand the results coming out of the lab, a prestigious facility at Johns Hopkins Medical School funded by millions from the National Institutes of (more…)

  • Big Pharma Wants to Capitalize on Resveratrol Benefits

    12 Mar (ALLIANCE FOR NATURAL HEALTH) -  A new study is touting the big health benefits of Resveratrol and Big Pharma is drooling over the prospect of getting it all to themselves.  Resveratrol, a substance found in the skin of red grapes as well as in pomegranates and Japanese knotweed, has been a popular dietary supplement for many years. (more…)

  • HIV Innocence Group

    This page has changed – go to the HIV Innocence Group (more…)

  • The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

    The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD.  The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by  Medical Hypotheses.  Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: (more…)

  • BIIDS: Behavioural Induced Immune Deficiency Syndrome

    Johnson Tagarisa grew up during the 1970s when his cousins, brothers and uncles worked in the mines of South Africa.  Upon return to their native Zimbabwe, they spoke often of their experiences.  By the time that people were starting to “die from AIDS in South Africa,” Johnson was old enough and educated enough to connect the dots.  Even when his stepbrother died in 1993, Johnson argued with the doctor that he had died of syphilis because he had (more…)

  • OMSJ Fights the Good Fight

    Los Angeles, September 6, 2011 – OMSJ (The Office of Medical & Scientific Justice), a highly recognized and successful non-profit investigation agency, reports that medical and scientific corruption (“junk science”) permeates the pharmaceutical industry and US regulators – adversely affecting the health of Americans and millions worldwide. (more…)

  • Military Court Raises Questions About HIV Tests

    8 Jun (WASH DC) - In an unusual and possibly unprecedented trial verdict, rendered after expert witnesses raised “reasonable doubt” about the general validity of what are commonly called “HIV tests,” a military judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina on May 17 acquitted an Army sergeant of aggravated assault for failing to disclose his HIV “status” to sexual partners. The charges could have resulted in 37 years imprisonment for Sgt. Tarence C. Dixon. (more…)

  • Navy Dismisses HIV Charges

    30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)

  • Bayer to Force India Patients to Pay Monolopolistic Prices for Drugs

    8 Mar (NATURAL NEWS) - What does virtually every multinational corporation adore? Answer: A monopoly on its products. Less or no competition means higher profits and without regard to consumers’ pocketbooks.  That might be one reason to explain why German Big Pharma corporation Bayer has said it will challenge a decision by Indian officials to allow production of a cheaper generic copy of its patented cancer drug.) (more…)

  • Oh, the Irony: Business Ethics Journal Retracted for Plagiarism

    8 Mar (RETRACTION WATCH) - In January, Retraction Watch reported on a paper retracted from the Journal of Business Ethics for duplication. That earned the author a five-year publishing ban. (more…)

  • Hospital Locks Down Autistic Boy for 19 Days of Agony

    8 Mar (GAIA HEALTH)‘The use of antipsychotic, antiepileptic, and mood stabilizing medication may cause one or more side effects that will most likely require additional care management.’ So said the document Alex’s parents were told to sign—and it wasn’t on the hospital’s letterhead! They’ve strapped him down naked for 19 days & want to coerce his parents into this agreement.  (more…)

  • Web Searches May Help Identify Unreported Drug Adverse Effects

    6 Mar (MEDSCAPE MEDICAL NEWS) - Analyzing the terms that computer users type into browsers could help pinpoint adverse drug events earlier, according to a study of more than 6 million Web users.  Ryen W. White, PhD, from Microsoft Research in Redmond (more…)

  • Whole Foods GMO Labeling to be Mandatory by 2018

    8 Mar (HUFFINGTON POST) – Whole Foods has announced that by 2018, all products in U.S. and Canada stores must be labeled if they contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This is the first national grocery store to set a deadline from GMO labeling. (more…)

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HIV Innocence Group

August 25th, 2009

This page has changed – go to the HIV Innocence Group (more…)

The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

April 19th, 2010

The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD.  The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by  Medical Hypotheses.  Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: (more…)

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