Category Archives: Cornell

Chapter 4: From Supreme Leader to Tony Virus

September 18, 2020- Chapter 4 of Steven E. Greer, MD’s book “Tony’s Virus” During an episode of the Joe Piscopo radio show on September 17th, I made a Freudian slip and called

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Chapter 1: In the Beginning (How Tony Fauci created the Wuhan virus)

September 13, 2020- by Steven E. Greer, MD

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Chapter 2: The Genie is Let Out of the Lab Bottle

September 14, 2020- Chapter 2 of Steven E. Greer, MD’s book “Tony’s Virus” Once the bungling humans in the Wuhan lab allowed the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus to escape into

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Chapter 3: The Rise of Supreme Leader Tony

September 15, 2020- Chapter 2 of Steven E. Greer, MD’s book “Tony’s Virus” Tony Fauci, MD, was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 24th, 1940. Pearl Harbor had not happened

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The best hospitals in the country are losing money. Why?

August 12, 2019- by Steven E. Greer, MD In the course of working on a medical book for the patient population, I just discovered this 2017 Forbes article that explains

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CBS News Promotes More Pro-Coffee Junk Science

July 11, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD How does one become a successful TV medical doctor pundit? First, you have to leave your medical ethics

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