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Coronavirus and Infection Control: What’s Going on with Testing?

People locked down in their homes for weeks and months are eager to resume their lives. Many public health agencies, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state that such reopening requires extensive testing for coronavirus. It’s a business truism that to manage something, you must measure it. So the focus on testing makes sense. Dr. Sin Hang Lee is a pathologist and research scientist based in Connecticut who has been producing molecular tests for diseases and conditions for many years, including Lyme disease and human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. Dr. Lee trained and taught in some of the world’s most prestigious institutions and has published scores of scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Lee is a hero to those concerned about HPV vaccine safety because he proved that the HPV vaccine contained HPV DNA fragments, something that Merck and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) denied. These fragments were part of the reasons for so many adverse events. His research made the FDA come clean about the presence of the DNA in the vaccine, but the agency continued to deny its significance and harmful potential.  Read more....

 

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