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High-profile Biogen ads hype early Alzheimer’s detection as hospitals reject Aduhelm prescriptions

How do you sell an Alzheimer’s treatment mired in controversy over its disputed benefits? Biogen is turning to “Jim and Jane” for help.  That’s the couple grappling with the memory-robbing disease that Biogen and Japanese partner Eisai have placed at the center of their new marketing campaign, “It’s Time We Know.” The campaign is designed… Read More »

Heart Failure Tied to Increased Cancer Risk, Study Finds

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Heart Failure Tied to Increased Cancer Risk, Study Finds People with heart failure may live for many years and should continue to get regular cancer screenings, experts say. Credit…Chloe Cushman July 19, 2021, 3:49 p.m. ET People with heart failure may be… Read More »

Analysis Proves SARS-CoV-2 Lab Origin

In this interview, Dr. Steven Quay — one of the most-cited scientists in the world1 — discusses his Bayesian analysis,2 published January 29, 2021, which concludes beyond a doubt that SARS-CoV-2 is laboratory derived. Quay is an M.D. with a Ph.D. in chemistry. You can learn more about Dr. Quay on his website. He did… Read More »

Former surgeon general says CDC mask guidance ‘premature’ and ‘wrong’

Former U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said coronavirus mask guidance may be “premature” or “wrong” in the face of potentially dangerous new variants.  Adams served as surgeon general under former President Donald Trump, taking a prominent role throughout the early phase of the pandemic. He recently took to Twitter to voice his own regrets and… Read More »