Cannabis Annihilates Cancer Republished excerpt follows Over 100 Scientific Studies Agree: Cannabis Annihilates Cancer Posted on 18 July, 2015 by admin By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World Considering that up until about 85 years ago, cannabis oil was used around the world to treat a variety of diseases, including cancer, it is not surprising that... Continue Reading →

Corporate Crime$ and Fine$

"Doctors and their organisations should consider carefully whether they find it ethically acceptable to receive money that may have been partly earned by crimes that have harmed those people whose interests doctors are expected to take care of. Many crimes would be impossible to carry out, if doctors weren’t willing to participate in them."

Cannabis – Super Antibiotic

  Excerpted article follows // Emphasis added Marijuana: The Super Antibiotic Of The Future by Ocean Malandra on June 26, 2015 Even as late as the 19th century, cannabis was used by Western doctors to combat serious illnesses at home and abroad. An 1843 article in London’s Provincial Medical Journal, for example, chronicles an Irish... Continue Reading →

Several Physicians v. Information and Privacy Commissioner

Fair use - EDUCATION!   Emphasis added / republished citation follows CITATION: Several Physicians v. Information and Privacy Commissioner, 2016 ONSC 7386 DIVISIONAL COURT FILE NO.: 306/16 DATE: 20161128   SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE – ONTARIO DIVISIONAL COURT RE:                 SEVERAL PHYSICIANS AFFECTED DIRECTLY BY THE ORDER Applicants AND INFORMATION AND PRIVACY... Continue Reading →

Meet Fazlul Sarkar

  Meet the researcher with 13 retractions who's trying to sue PubPeer commenters: Fazlul Sarkar - Retraction Watch at Retraction Watch November 9, 2013: A PubPeer commenter starts a discussion regarding the images for Sarkar’s paper “Down-regulation of Notch-1 contributes to cell growth inhibition and apoptosis in pancreatic cancer cells.” The original post, as well... Continue Reading →

The Pill that Steals

“The purpose of an independent investigation is to discover what led to an adverse event and to audit the standard of care provided to the individual. An independent investigation may not identify root causes or find aspects of the provision of healthcare that directly caused an incident but it will often find things that could have been done better."

BRIEF – CETA: TTIP’s ugly brother

Source CETA: TTIP's ugly brother August 2016 This is a guide to the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada. Millions have signed a petition calling on the EU to stop negotiations on TTIP (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) and CETA. While there is growing public awareness about the... Continue Reading →

When is enough, well, enough?

I write today about Yes, if you guessed it was going to be about RANJIT KUMAR CHANDRA, a disgraceful creature who masquerades as both a doctor and a So, here's my question, why isn't this Stripped of his license and held liable to every researcher and patient who relied on his fraud?... Continue Reading →

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