I discuss the handling of the COVID-19 outbreak on The Joe Piscopo radio show

March 23, 2020- I updated Joe Piscopo today, focusing on the new drugs to treat coronavirus. Continue reading

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New treatment paradigm for C. Diff colitis

March 31, 2010- Produced and interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

New drugs Continue reading

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Celiac disease is not reduced by breast feeding or delaying the introduction of gluten

October 19, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

Alessio Fasano, MD of Harvard discusses his 10-year-long study in children testing whether the Continue reading

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Gordon Guyatt, MD: Update on the problem of clinical trials being stopped early to inflate efficacy of drugs

October 24, 2010- Gordon Guyatt, MD, epidemiologist, internist, and biostatistician at McMaster Continue reading

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Senator Grassley discusses the NIH and industry bias

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Why are suicide rates increasing along with increased usage of antidepressants?

June 8, 2018- Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interviewed author Johan Hari about his book Lost Connections and the Continue reading

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Senator Angus King discusses his bill to make medical device pricing transparent to the public

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

Senator Angus King from Maine has proposed a a bill that would make the pricing of medical devices Continue reading

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The truly scary consequence of this “pandemic” is the erosion of our civil rights

Update May 18, 2023-

Three years too late, the cowardly Supreme Court pretends it was outraged all along. The Court issued a decision authored by Justice Gorsuch. In the case of Arizona, et al. v. Alejandro Mayrokas, et al, the decision stated: Continue reading

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COVID mRNA gene therapies never worked and are now clearly harmful

November 5, 2021- by Steven E. Greer, MD

In the most prestigious journal in all of science, Science magazine posted this article. The authors studied vaccine efficacy over time in VA patients. The effectiveness at preventing COVID infections fell to as low as 13%. Continue reading

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Early stoppage of clinical trials

April 16, 2009– Dr. Guyatt explained in a previous post why early stoppage of clinical trials results Continue reading

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Gordon Guyatt, MD: on the problem of early stoppage of clinical trials

January 7, 2009- The ARBITER 6-HALTS study investigating Zetia and Niaspan was stopped Continue reading

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Bobby Kennedy Jr. explains how Tony Fauci killed 300,000 AIDS patients

January 12, 2022- RFK Jr. explains how Tony Fauci killed 300,000 AIDS patients by refusing to approve Continue reading

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Current surgical weight loss therapies

January 24, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

Erik Dutson, MD, weight loss surgeon at UCLA, explains why his medical center does not implant the Lap-Band, Continue reading

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WLIR’s Frank Morano interviews Steven E. Greer, MD about The Wuhan virus and herd immunity: 8-3-2020

August 3, 2020 Continue reading

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The Medicaid Roundtable

Part 1: Medicaid primer

Part 2: State spending on Medicaid Continue reading

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The Deans of Johns Hopkins and Miami discuss ACO’s

February 28, 2011- By Steven E Greer, MD

Dean Miller of Johns Hopkins and Dean Goldschmidt of Miami discuss accountable care organizations, Continue reading

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Is Vitamin-D deficiency overdiagnosed?

November 8, 2016- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

We interviewed JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH, Chief, Division of Preventive Medicine,  Brigham Continue reading

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Alex Berenson sues Biden, the Pfizer CEO, Scott Gottlieb, and others

May 15, 2023- Continue reading

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CRISPR is the biggest threat to mankind

June 23, 2021- by Steven E. Greer

Today, I received my media embargo copy of a New England Journal of Medicine article on genetic engineering Continue reading

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The Joe Piscopo show interviews Steven E. Greer, MD- May 12, 2020

May 12, 2020- by Steven E. Greer

In this episode, I discuss: Continue reading

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