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Have state health commissioners dropped the ball?

With Obamacare exchange premiums increasing 7.5% year-over-year, this 2013 video is still relevant….

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Steven E. Greer MD: A discussion with Bill O’Reilly about radiation risks

April 1, 2011- A discussion with Bill O’Reilly about radiation risks from the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns and the fallout hitting the U.S. and entire globe.

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Senator Angus King discusses the slowdown in healthcare costs

July 9, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD Senator Angus

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Prepare for Comparative Effectiveness Research

February 8, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD The HCC hosted a healthcare reform summit in 2009, after the ACA law was first announced

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Interview with Simon Townshend about the Daltrey/Townshend Teen Cancer Program

The Daltrey Townshend teenage and young adult cancer center at UCLA

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The super cool new drug: Marijuana

May 31, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD I was watching Green Day give their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame acceptance speech and the

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Steven Greer, MD debates Donny Deutsch over DTC television drug ads

At the time of this debate on CNBC’s Kudlow and Cramer, in 2004, none of the current regulations

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Will the “public option” pass?

Many in the media are writing the obituary for the public option because key Senators have

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The Weekly Summary

May 10th – May 16th                                   2021 In the general news, the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce stayed in the news. Melinda began

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How human behavior has changed since 1950

January 26, 2020- by Seven E. Greer, MD What defines the generations? What fundamentally changed the way we behave?

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The only thing we have to fear…is fear itself

March 13, 2020- by Steven E. Greer, MD Holy cow. The PGA Tour cancelled the Players Championship due to fears over the coronavirus.

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Senator Ron Johnson explains why he got an antibody test before considering a vaccine (i.e., The Greer Protocol)

May 11, 2021- by Steven E. Greer, MD Senator Johnson is describing the Greer Protocol for deciding whether or not to get the SARS-CoV-2

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The Weekly Summary

May 3rd – May 9th                                   2021 In the general news, the third-term of the Obama presidency is back to bribing Iran with

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Anthony Fauci on the efficacy of masks

October 10, 2020

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What you need to know about the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus vaccines

Update March 22, 2021- by Steven E. Greer, MD Tucker Carlson interviewed a surgeon who stated what I have known for many months. The signal

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The Weekly Summary

April 26th – May 2nd                                   2021 In the general news, politics dominated as Joe Biden gave what was designed to look like a

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The Weekly Summary

April 19th – April 25th                                  2021 In the general news, the pervasiveness of Communist China’s hold on American universities is becoming exposed as now 500 scientists are under investigation. In the U.S.,

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The Weekly Summary

April 12th – April 18th                                  2021 In the general news, the Japanese government will release radioactive Fukushima nuclear

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The Weekly Summary

April 5th – April 11th                                  2021 In the general news, the economy continues to rebounded as the lockdowns lift, despite inflation rising.

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The Weekly Summary

March 29th – April 4th                                  2021 In the general news, activists in Hong Kong were “found guilty” in a Chinese-run sham trial.

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