The most highly anticipated death of eugenicist David Rockefeller happened when his newly transplanted heart failed this time around. Continue reading Eugenicist David Rockefeller Just Died, Hooray!
Engineered by a team of specialists from the Federal Medical-Biological Agency (FMBA), a unique drug shows its efficiency in fighting cancer of all types and all stages. The brand new treatment for cancer promises to help people with incurable tumors, FMBA’s Professor Andrei Simbirtsev told Sputnik. Continue reading Russian Scientists Claim ‘Space Grown’ Cure for Cancer Ready for Human Trials
India’s National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has announced major price cuts for certain cancer drugs, up to 86 percent in some cases. This is the latest in a series of government price cuts that has reduced the costs of around 1,450 drugs since late 2016. Continue reading Indian Government Slashes Cancer Drug Price by 86%
According to research conducted jointly by Imperial College London and the World Health Organization, life expectancy in South Korea by the year 2030 will be 84.1 years for men, and over 90 years for women, a level that was considered unattainable only two decades ago. Continue reading Average Life Expectancy to Rise Globally by 2030, Not for US
Injecting blood from young people into old mice improves the mice’s brain power and leads to increased physical activity, according to new research. The finding could lead to breakthroughs for people suffering from degenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s Disease. Continue reading Injecting Old Mice with Blood of Teenage Humans Reverses Aging – Study
A new experiment conducted by a joint team of Russian and Swedish scientists has produced groundbreaking results in slowing down the ageing process of mice, raising hopes of the potential creation of an “anti-age” drug. Continue reading Russian & Swedish Scientists Slow Down Mice Aging
A few days ago, both Robert de Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made a high-profile anti-mercury in vaccine offensive by offering $100,000 reward to any doctor who can prove that the mercury level in vaccines is safe. Continue reading Will Kennedy & De Niro Defeat the Vaccine Industry with Indirect Offensives?
The Secretariat of India’s highest advisory body on immunization, NTAGI, has been transitioned to the fully government-funded National Institute of Family Health and Welfare (NIFHW), by order of the Centre.
England has shown a 163-percent increase in a number of people waiting for hospital treatment longer than 18 weeks stipulated by the National Health System (NHS) regulations compared with the figures of 2012, local media reported Sunday. Continue reading 3.7 Million Britons in Waiting for Hospital Treatment
When those living in the so-called Third World countries look for a greener pasture they would invoke the word “America” like a nice chorus. But is it really all about freedom and the pursuit of happiness out there?