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An employee of the chemical research center which was bombed by the United States, the United Kingdom, and France says that no chemicals were released during the strike that leveled the building. That’s incredibly important proof that no chemical weapons we actually there, he said.
Said Said, an engineer at the Scientific Research Center facility, told RT Arabic that the very fact that no chemicals were released during the strike should serve as evidence that no chemical weapons program was run at the site. “You can see for yourself that nothing has happened. I’ve been here since 5:00 a.m. No signs of weapons-grade chemicals,“ he said. The researcher said he had worked at the facility for decades, and it used to develop medicine and household chemicals.
The West is alleging Bashar al-Assad, Syria’s leader used chemical weapons on civilians to justify military attacks on Damascus and Homs. But interestingly enough, those strikes occurred the day before international investigators were scheduled to arrive to conduct a thorough inspection of the (more…)
Syrian official Saeed Saeed, head of the “Institution for the Development of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries,” told reporters on Saturday that one of the targets destroyed in the US-led coalition air strike was a pharmaceutical research instit…
Featured at the AACR Annual Meeting: VisionGate Lung Cancer 3D Imaging Research – Veterans Today | News – Military Foreign Affairs – VA
Health Editor’s Note: The earliest discovery of cancer cells is key to treatment and cure of cancers. VisionGate Lung Cancer 3D cellular Imaging Research seeks to detect changes in surrounding “non-cancerous” cells that cancer cells cause by their very existence. Most methods of discovery of cancer cells focus on finding the actual cancer cell, but […]
Top medical journals accused of skewing research by raking in millions of dollars in ‘bribes’ from drugs firms
Several of the top medical journals in the US have found to be raking in millions of dollars from pharmaceutical companies, a practice that calls the reliability of those journals into question.
Nearly two thirds of medical research in the US is underwritten by companies, totaling more than $100 billion annually.
This is potentially problematic because companies have a financial stake in study results and thus could have an incentive to publicly report results that put them in a favorable light and conceal less flattering findings.
Reports have revealed that many top medical journals may be financially motivated to publish the studies that are unfairly skewed in favor of drug firms both through printing fees and payments to journal editors.
Journals profiting the most from their relationships with drug firms included the journal for the American Medical Association (JAMA), which gets 52 percent of its revenue from printing studies by pharmaceutical companies, and the journal for the American College of Cardiology (JACC), whose 35 editors rake in an estimated (more…)
April is Autism Awareness Month. 2012 Research Proved Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation Disrupts Brain Barrier, Causes It To Leak. No Safe Level Scientifically Determined for Kids or Pregnant Women.
By B.N. Frank Have you ever asked your children’s doctor, “If Wireless Radiation Exposure Is No Big Deal, Why Do Manuals for Cell Phones, iPads,…
Source: April is Autism Awareness Month. 2012 Research Proved Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation Disrupts Brain Barrier, Causes It To Leak. No Safe Level Scientifically Determined for Kids or Pregnant Women.
While two destroyer collisions last year were determined to be the result of human error, sleep deprivation was cited.
Source: Ship Collisions Prompt Navy Research into Sleep Deprivation
Scientists from Russia, UK, and the US have created a mathematical model to describe the processes of aggregation and fragmentation of clumps of matter in Saturn’s rings, the press office of Skoltech (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology) said. The new study shows that the process of aggregation and fragmentation of clusters of matter in the F-ring may last indefinitely long. The study’s results were published in the scientific journal Physical Review Letters. Saturn’s rings represent very broad and simultaneously thin conglomerates of ice and dust, which rotate at different distances from the planet. The rings’ material is greatly varied. It consists of “clusters” or “clots” of various sizes ranging from centimeters to dozens of meters in diameter. One of Saturn’s outermost rings called the F-ring is very unstable. Inside this ring, ice and dust form large clusters, which appear and disappear in several hours. “We found unceasing oscillations of particle aggregation and fragmentation in Saturn’s rings. In addition, we determined that these oscillations are strictly (more…)
On Tuesday, the US National Institutes of Health, the largest biomedical research agency in the world, announced that it would be ending a three-year moratorium on research funding for projects that involve making pathogens stronger and deadlier than they are in nature.
Some might think that it’s too good to be true. Does cannabis really kill brain cancer cells? Clinical trials on humans are awaiting results, but recent research gives hope.
Scientists have been testing THC as a natural tumor-killer for nearly two decades. Their findings will take you by surprise.
Cannabis and brain cancer
A group of Spanish researchers has been searching for cannabis-based cancer treatments for nearly two decades. The team is from the Complutense University of Madrid. Thus far, some of their experiments have been nothing short of miraculous.