Joe Tippens claims that his small-cell lung cancer was cured by an inexpensive drug, fenbendazol, that is used to kill worms and parasites in dogs. He says that his cancer had metastasized to his neck, bladder, pancreas and bones, and he had a life expectancy of less than three months when he began using the medicine, and three months later his cancer was gone. He says that his insurance company spent $1.2 million to save his life, which included an experimental drug, but he attributes his recovery to the inexpensive dog de-worming agent. He also takes CBD oil and a vitamin E supplement.
Stephen Prescott, the president of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, said that scientists in many credible places have researched this drug for years. However, this information has not been widely shared with the public until Tippens started blogging about his recovery. Prescott plans to organize a case study with Tippens.
Joe Tippens said that he also takes CBD oil and vitamin E oil.
Yeadon dropped a bombshell when he predicted that those who refuse vaccines will be coerced, and those who are left will be rounded up and thrown into prison camps. He warned that there is no benign explanation for mass vaccination and vaccine passports. [OK, if not benign, then what is the correct adjective? The answer is ‘sinister’.]
A report states that 38.9% of Marines, with an average age of 25, putting them at roughly 0.18% risk of death, are refusing to take the COVID-19 experimental vaccines – which don’t prevent people from getting COVID-19, falling ill, or transmitting it.
Illegal aliens living in New York could receive up to $15,600, the equivalent of $300 per week for the last year, if they can verify that they were state residents, ineligible for federal unemployment benefits, and lost income as a result of the pandemic.
Midwin Charles posted the trendy “I’m vaccinated” announcement on Twitter on March 1, and her family announced her death on April 6, just over a month after her first experimental shot. It is unknown if she received a second injection that would have been due March 22.
The CDC & FDA are reviewing data involving six reported US cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot in individuals after receiving the vaccine. Dr. Marks said the US believes the problem in the Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines is “related” to the adenovirus platform.
If life insurance companies have to be brutally honest or their sales and dividends decrease. Insurance companies have not made any changes in their reserve structure. It has been 13 months since COVID-19 came on the scene, but rates have not changed from last year.
Kenneth Chenault, the former CEO of American Express, and Kenneth Frazier, the CEO of Merck & Co., two of the most prominent Black business leaders in the US, told CEOs to sign a statement “opposing what they view as discriminatory legislation on voting.”
The GraceLife Church was shut down and a fence was built around it by health and police officials last week . Pastor Coates said that his church has been targeted because it embarrassed the authoritarian government by showing that its lockdown measures are harmful and unnecessary.
St. Vincent Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves confirmed that only those who had been vaccinated against coronavirus would be allowed to onboard the ships. An estimated 16,000 people had to flee their ash-covered communities, but no deaths or injuries have been reported so far.
Biden’s CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on Thursday declared racism a “serious public health threat” and said the agency will accelerate its work to “address racism as a fundamental driver of racial and ethnic health inequities in the United States.”
Ryan Wentz, an anti-war activist and podcaster says he was left “shaken” after two California Highway Patrol plainclothes police officers came to his apartment last week, accusing him of posting a tweet that they described as a “threat to kill a sitting member of Congress” Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC).
Albion College initially said the graffiti was racist and rooted in the school’s history of “racial pain and trauma.” Before the hoax was revealed, nearly 200 students gathered in protest to stand against the hate graffiti.
DC Acting Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Francisco Diaz declared that Greeson died of natural causes, despite a witness stating that Mr. Greeson was on the ground struggling to breathe following the barrage of tear gas and flash grenades from the police.
An analysis found that 35% of small businesses, the main job providers in the state, are now closed compared to before the pandemic. Covid restrictions tended to be tighter population-dense areas. Businesses that are still standing fear tax increases.
The CDC released data showing a total of 50,861 total adverse events were reported, including 2,249 deaths, between December 14, 2020, and March 26, 2021. Other vaccine injuries include 341 pregnant women reporting adverse events, 578 cases of Bell’s Palsy, and 2,578 reports of anaphylaxis.
The European Commission first published a proposal for vaccine passports April 26, 2018, which was 20 months prior to the start of the Covid-19 outbreak. Global drug and vaccine sales are forecast to reach $1.5 trillion this year, providing incentive for those who benefit to push vaccine passports.
A poll revealed that 44% of Americans said that a government-run vaccine passport system requiring proof of vaccination is a good idea in order to “get back to normal” while 41% say it is a bad idea. The Biden administration is working with major corporations to develop a vaccine passport system to engage in commerce.
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A Canadian law firm, representing 60 plaintiffs who allege that RoundUp weed killer caused their illnesses that include cancer, has filed a $500 million class-action lawsuit against pharmaceutical company Bayer, the owner of Roundup manufacturer, Monsanto.
A retired EPA official is at the center of more than 20 lawsuits that allege Monsanto failed to warn of cancer risks from glyphosate, the key ingredient in its Roundup weed killer. Jess Rowland, a former EPA deputy division director, is accused of helping Monsanto by publishing a report advising that there was not enough evidence to link glyphosate to cancer, which preempted further research. The EPA is trying to stop his deposition in March.
The 17th anniversary of 9/11 is approaching, and a new report shows that 9,795 people, many first responders, are suffering from cancer caused by inhaling the highly toxic dust and 400 deaths from this source. Following the demolition of the Twin Towers and Building 7, the government said the air was safe.