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The Infectious Myth – An Ebola Vaccine. Is it Enough? – 08.08.17

At the end of 2016 a paper was published in Lancet claiming a perfect Ebola vaccine trial, with nobody who received the vaccine getting diagnosed with Ebola after a suitable waiting period. David read this carefully and concluded that the trial was designed in a terrible fashion and actually is more compatible with the vaccine causing side effects that could …

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The Infectious Myth – Criminalization of HIV – 08.01.17

David reads a paper that he presented to a recent conference on law and philosophy at the Faculty of Law at the University of Lisbon in Portugal on the criminalization of HIV. How can it be that people are sentenced to sentences of many years when all major legs of the HIV=AIDS=Death dogma are questionable? Download this episode (right click …

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The Infectious Myth – Charles Ortleb, New York Native – 07.25.17

In episode 149 David interviews Charles (Chuck) Ortleb a gay writer and publisher whose career bloomed at the start of the AIDS epidemic, and then crashed when he started to criticize the HIV=AIDS dogma promulgated by the CDC and powerful pharmaceutically funded organizations within his own community. The New York Native was a widely read newspaper in the early 1980s …

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The Infectious Myth – David Smith on Genital Autonomy – 07.19.17

In Episode 148, David Crowe speaks with David Smith of the UK charities Genital Autonomy and 15 Square. The conversation covers male genital mutilation (circumcision), female genital mutilation (FGM) and transgender changes of minors. They cover the reasons why circumcision still exists and why it is so much less common in the UK than in the US. They discuss the …

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The Infectious Myth – What I said when I was eight – 07.11.17

When Chaneya Kelly was eight she stood up in court and said her father had sexually assaulted her. He was sentenced to 20-40 years, almost 20 years ago. Later she said she was bullied by her mother, police and prosecutors, as well as promised a special present, if she testified that she was abused. In 2012, the justice system established …

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The Infectious Myth – Shaken Baby Strikes Again. And Joe Whitaker Sits in Jail – 06.06.17

In 2013 Joe and Charlotte’s baby Jaden suddenly collapsed. The parents called 9-1-1 but almost immediately doctors suspected child abuse. Despite a number of medical experts testifying that Jaden had a genetic or nutritional defect that caused weak bones and other health problems, Joe was convicted of child abuse and sentenced to 15 years, the minimum the judge could give …

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The Infectious Myth – Stand Your Ground with Marissa Alexander – 05.30.17

Marissa Alexander, a licensed gun owner, fired a warning shot at her estranged husband when he had her cornered in her own garage. The shot worked. He left, and neither of them was harmed. But she was charged and sentenced to 20 years. Defenses of self-defense didn’t work, not even invoking Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law. Public pressure eventually persuaded …

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The Infectious Myth – Judy Mikovitz on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autism, Viruses and Medical Corruption Summary – 05.23.17

Judy Mikovits is a PhD scientist who was worked for government and drug companies studying viruses. She crossed some powerful people and ended up in jail for mysterious reasons. Did this have something with her persistence in saying that a virus might be involved in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Autism? But, unlike most virologists, she also believes that toxins play …

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The Infectious Myth – Cultivating Vegetables and Souls in the Inner City with Michael Ableman – 05.16.17

David talks with Michael Ableman, a long time organic farmer and the founder of Sole Food Farms, that operates in vacant lots in the terribly poor downtown eastside of Vancouver. The farm not only cultivates many tons of vegetables and fruit, but also people. Many of the workers are homeless drug addicts who often find new meaning in their life …

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The Infectious Myth – Melania’s Plagiarist. Does She Exist? – 05.09.17

In episode 141 David talks with Brian Friedman, a New Orleans journalist, in his quest to find out whether Meredith McIver, the woman who took the blame for the plagiarism of Michelle Obama in Melania Trump’s RNC speech, is real. She has rarely been heard from. The last time was 10 years ago when Donald Trump blamed errors in two …