Source: HVMN

13 days after publishing a paper on hydroxychloroquine (a potential drug for coronavirus treatment), The Lancet retracted the study due to faulty data. 

In the midst of a global pandemic, the study (that have since been retracted) was used as a basis for the guidelines set by the WHO, the CDC, elected officials, and…well, let’s see how deep this rabbit hole leads us by the man who helped break the story.

Our guest today, James Todaro, MD, played a significant role in this multi-layered scandal: By revealing the red flags of a study published by one of the world’s oldest and best-known medical journals, and causing The Lancet to retract it in just 13 days.

Buckle up and enjoy this episode of the H.V.M.N. Podcast. You can follow Dr. Todaro on Twitter and his ongoing work here 👉

Related: Dr James Todaro: An Effective Treatment for Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Previously Censored.

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