• Social media allows experts to ‘be where the public and patients are'

    2 days ago - By Healio

    During this year's Women in Medicine Summit, Kelly Cawcutt, MD, MS, discussed the importance of properly using social media to network, promote accurate information and engage with patients looking for support.
    “Ethically, I believe that we are called to bring truth, expert science and information to the public where patients are,” said Cawcutt, an infectious disease physician and codirector of digital innovation and social media strategy at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, said. “They are not reading the New England Journal of Medicine; they are not watching
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  • Woman severely injured by JJ vaccine speaks out after being dismissed, bullied by multiple doctors

    Woman severely injured by JJ vaccine speaks out after being dismissed, bullied by multiple doctors

    2 days ago - By Natural News

    A Connecticut woman in her sixties was recently interviewed by The Defender. She spoke about several vaccine injuries she endured after being coerced to take the covid-19 vaccine. She also reports being bullied by several doctors along the way. She said her medical issues were trivialized and disregarded. She said she has “never...
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  • Facebook shuts down 100,000-member group for using carrot emoji to refer to covid vaccines, because no discussion of vaccine injuries shall be allowed

    Facebook shuts down 100,000-member group for using carrot emoji to refer to covid vaccines, because no discussion of vaccine injuries shall be allowed

    2 days ago - By Natural News

    BBC News is on a crusade to stamp out all online references to covid “vaccines” that are negative - including those that use a carrot emoji to bypass social media censors. BBC is responsible for the removal of a more than 100,000-member Facebook group that routinely showed posts referencing Fauci Flu...
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