Sounds like Bill Gates’ proposal for a digital vaccine certificate may be inspired by the book of Revelation. You’d think a smart guy like that would be able to figure out he’s on the wrong side.
It seems the FDA study was based on an incorrect level of aluminum absorption.
Modern medicine knew of the zinc cure for coronavirus-like diseases a decade ago, but it’s not patentable.
As politicians are wrangling about how many ventilators are needed, it turns out patients are getting injured because the devices are mis-used.
Lack of natural immunity could lead to an increased need for Big Pharma “solutions” down the road. Gates is proposing under-the-skin digital certificates that can prove whether the bearer has been vaccinated. It takes a lot of pride for anyone to think they can force such a proposal upon the whole world.
Researchers have found that CRISPR is highly prone to making off-target single-strand cuts, or “nicks”, in double-stranded DNA molecules.
As a new report recently published in “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America” reveals, vaccination can substantially increase the spread of disease.
It’s as easy as running your own money-printing press. Revise the definition of “high cholresterol” and watch the upsurge in statin prescriptions.
A new study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health concludes that breast milk is much safer than formulas from an aluminum perspective.
The restriction on donation of blood by gay men has been in place since the AIDS crisis in the 1980s.
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