First Patient Injected with Cancer Killing Virus

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An experimental cancer-killing virus has been injected into a human patient for the first time, in the hopes of uncovering evidence of a new way to successfully combat cancer tumors in humans. The virus named ‘Vaxinia’ was genetically modified to …

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Monkey Pox Fact Sheet

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Monkeypox cases have been recently reported in the US, UK, Canada, Portugal, and Spain. Monkeypox is a viral disease caused by the Monkeypox virus (MPXV) and was first discovered in 1958 on captive primates.  Monkeypox was later found in humans …

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Omicron XE Variant Found to Remain Longer Than Previous Strains

Medical experts found that the new Omicron variant XE can make people test positive longer than previous COVID-19 strains. According to Denis Kinane, Leading Immunologist and Founding Scientist of Cignpost Diagnostics, data showed that people infected with Omicron XE have …

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New Omicron Sub-variant BA.12 Found in Patna Revealed to be More Harmful

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Indian researchers found that the new Omicron sub-variant BA.12 detected in Patna on Thursday is ten times more harmful than the BA.2 variant. The health department of Bihar said that the new Omicron variant was detected in the Indira Gandhi …

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US Study Shows Almost More Than Half of Country had COVID

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A U.S. nationwide blood survey released on Tuesday showed that more than half of the U.S. population has been infected with the coronavirus since the pandemic. The study issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention marked …

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Spanish Woman Gets COVID Twice in Just 20 Days

Spanish researchers revealed a healthcare worker tested positive for the Omicron strain of the coronavirus barely 20 days after contracting an infection caused by the delta variant. The case of the healthcare worker is yet to be presented at the …

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University of Michigan Publishes Findings on Long COVID Symptoms

Researchers from the University of Michigan found that over half of people who were infected with COVID-19 had some ‘long COVID’ symptoms. According to a study conducted by the University of Michigan School of Public Health, 43 percent of persons …

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Chinese Medics Allegedly Kill Death Row Prisoners, Remove Internal Organs

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Chinese surgeons at state-run civilian and military hospitals had removed the hearts of death row prisoners even before brain death declaration, new research in Australia found. The research concluded that Chinese surgeons became the executioners on behalf of the state. …

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Scientists Find Microplastics Deep in Live Human Lungs for the First Time

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Scientists discovered microplastics deep in the lungs of living humans for the first time. Researchers at the University of Hull and Hull York Medical School in England found tiny pieces of plastic debris in 11 out of 13 samples taken …

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Ivermectin Has No Benefits For COVID-19 Treatment, Study Finds

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A clinical trial found that Ivermectin, typically an anti-parasitic drug, has no benefits for treating COVID-19. The study published on March 30, 2022, presented a comparative result of COVID-19 patients given an Ivermectin or placebo between March 23, 2021, to …

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