The lawsuit alleges that Schiff’s actions are tantamount to censorship. As a result of his letters, the suit says, Amazon kicked AAPS out of an affiliate network through which the organization had earned commissions. According to the group, searches on Facebook for AAPS vaccine articles instead yielded links to the World Health Organization, the National Institutes of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One of the AAPS articles that was allegedly suppressed states, “Measles is a vexing problem, and more complete, forced vaccination will likely not solve it.” (Schiff’s office did not respond to a request for comment.) … [Read more...] about The Doctors Suing to Make Health Care Great Again
Haislmaier, the foundation’s senior research fellow for health policy, is influential in Republican circles: He worked on the Trump administration’s transition team, primarily on ways to stabilize the Obamacare marketplaces. He’s now back at Heritage full time. Like Heritage Action, the think-tank’s political arm, Haislmaier doesn’t like the AHCA, saying it doesn’t “undo a lot of what’s really wrong with the Affordable Care Act.” Most of his ideas would rise from the ashes of a long-gone ACA, or be rolled out gradually by enterprising states and cities. … [Read more...] about What Hardcore Conservatives Really Want for Health Care
elderly people are less vulnerable to respiratory disease the virus is likely to spread less rapidly the NHS should be under a little less pressure Planning for hundreds of cases in the UK was advanced, Prof Whitty said, but it was no more than a possibility. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: What are health officials saying?
Experts say it is likely only the most seriously ill patients who are seeking help and are therefore recorded – the vast majority will have only mild, cold-like symptoms. For those whose conditions do become more severe, there is a risk of developing pneumonia which can destroy the lungs and kill them. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus epidemic ‘has PEAKED in China’ says World Health Organisation – but warn the rest of the world to prepare for a ‘potential pandemic’
According to Gov. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, who spoke on made these known while enumerating other achievements recorded by his administration at the end of the year (2019) routine immunization Memorandum of Understanding (RIMoU) meeting held at Government House, Sokoto, “the reduction in the number of circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus (cVDPV) identified in 2019 is a pointer to improvements in our routine immunization program and the quality of the outbreak response campaigns.” … [Read more...] about Sokoto battles Polio with 597 health facilities, N400m counterpart funding