WND Exclusive – What your doctor might not know about coronavirus

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

This is a real departure for me, as it is not my usual fight against the left or an oppressive government.

However, it’s not that far off, as it is a battle to educate the ignorant, which is what we conservatives strive to do.

And let’s face it. COVID-19 has become as big a political problem for freedom lovers as a medical issue.

This all began with my personal quest to be administered a COVID-19 serology test. I have yet to find anyone to administer the test.

As you may (or may not) know, there are two types of coronavirus tests – a virology test and a serology test. The virology test is to determine whether you currently have the SARS-CoV-2 virus. read more

WND Exclusive – Non-government experts advise ‘herd immunity’

From Brent for World Net Daily:

The problem that we have in this country right now regarding the current virus outbreak is that the response is being controlled by politicians.

And by politicians, I don’t just mean our elected political class. I also mean our unelected political class. We’ve effectively put two people in charge of this entire event. Those two being Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx.

What they say goes, and all other “experts” in the field of virology seem to be discounted or ignored. Commentator Mark Levin recently said that Fauci is being treated like some sort of demi-god. And he’s right.

But Fauci hasn’t really been right about much regarding this pandemic. read more

Artificial Nanoparticles Sniff Out Cancer

Researchers have developed artificial nanoparticles that can help the immune system fight cancer
Researchers have developed artificial nanoparticles that can help the immune system fight cancer

The best way to fight off cancer might be to strengthen the body’s immune system and help it identify and kill tumors. This field of study is known as immunotherapy, and while it’s showing promise it can be quite expensive. Now, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed artificial nanoparticles that should be cheaper and easier to produce.

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