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Research Group Based at Oxford University Stops Using WHO Data for Coronavirus Reporting, Citing Errors

By Jon Miltimore Our World in Data, an online publication based at the University of Oxford, announced on Tuesday that it had stopped relying on World Health Organization (WHO) data for its models, citing errors and other factors. The group’s founder, Max Roser, said researchers…

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Scientists Share Facts About Vaccines At World Health Organization Conference For Vaccine Safety

By Arjun Walia The Facts: Many scientists presented facts about vaccines and vaccine safety at the recent Global Health Vaccine Safety summit hosted by the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. Reflect On: Why are so many people fighting against each other? Why are there…

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World Health Organization Needs Its Head Examined Regarding Vaccine Adverse Events

By Catherine J. Frompovich If ever there were an absolutely and remarkably unbelievable health advisory that is totally off the wall, it’s the new guidelines the World Health Organization (WHO) proposes regarding vaccines adverse events occurring during post-marketing as “coincidental” with the only ‘real’ AEs…

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World Health Organization Acknowledges the Effectiveness of Cannabis as Medicine

By Anna Hunt Cannabis legalization proponents have argued for years that the cannabis plant offers numerous medical applications. Now, the World Health Organization (WHO) has finally joined the bandwagon. The agency issued an official report declaring Cannabidiol, or CBD, a compound found in cannabis, to be a…

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The World Health Organization’s Faux Pas About Vaccine Adverse Events And Deaths

By Catherine J. Frompovich The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have maintained their VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) since the late 1980s, almost like a post-marketing survey/analysis, since no one probably pays attention to all the adverse events reported, or actually…

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