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Former editor-in-chief of medical journal: ‘Cut the hype and spin in published studies’

The following is an excerpt from MedPage Today. Science communication starts with investigators, who should take great care to ensure they report their work accurately and without embellishment, according to a former editor-in-chief of JAMA. That means avoiding hype and spin, […]

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(REPORT) Pressure to approve Covid vaccine boosters with ‘grossly insufficient’ data

A watchdog organization has gained access to 112 pages from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) showing top officials getting pressured by by outside companies and the Biden administration to approve Covid vaccine boosters without scientific justification. The records were produced

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(READ) Watchdog sues for emails from FDA officials who ‘reportedly’ resigned over Covid-19 booster shot

The watchdog group Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). It’s asking for records of communications from Dr. Marion Gruber and Dr. Philip Krause. They are two high ranking scientists

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(READ) Senator Ron Johnson requests ‘retracted’ Covid-19 studies from top medical journals

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin), the lead Republican on the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, is trying to find out who communicated with whom behind the scenes regarding now-discredited studies. They include one that tried to discredit the use of hydroxyhloroquine for

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