In another update, Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC) is allowing one if its directors who published fraudulent research on tuberculosis vaccines to retain his post, according to

“[Deepak Kaushal] engaged in research misconduct by intentionally, knowingly, and/or recklessly falsifying and fabricating the experimental methodology to demonstrate results obtained under different experimental conditions,” according to ORI findings published in the Federal Register on Monday.

The ORI’s investigation found that Kaushal “engaged in research misconduct” involving one published study and two grant applications under at least eight U.S. government grants from the Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and National Institutes of Health (NIH).   


**UPDATE Aug. 2022**

http://    Approx. 20 Min

Aug. 3, 2022

By Chris Martenson

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And here for another video on “Bad Science: Breaking Our Public Trust”

Doctored Images in Alzheimer’s Research?

By Sophie Putka

July 27, 2022


An investigation by Science Magazine tells how Matthew Schrag, MD, PhD, neuroscientist and physician at Vanderbilt, unearthed serious problems with research on a protein subtype of amyloid beta that has been a cornerstone of research and spending on Alzheimer’s for over a decade.

Schrag found that images accompanying highly cited Alzheimer’s studies touting major breakthroughs for the field were very plausibly altered. Using the online platform PubPeer, where scientists flag mistakes in research, Schrag stumbled upon comments on articles led by Sylvain Lesné, PhD, of the University of Minnesota.

One of the papers, published in Nature, has been cited 2,300 times, and related NIH funding for related oligomer and Alzheimer’s research grew to $287 million. Lesné and the lab where he worked won accolades: awards, grants, and prominence. “You can cheat to get a paper. You can cheat to get a degree. You can cheat to get a grant. You can’t cheat to cure a disease,” Schrag told Science Magazine. “Biology doesn’t care.”

(See link for article)



  • Nature has learned that formal investigations finding multiple instances of research misconduct including data falsification and plagiarism have been made against superstar cancer researcher Carlo Croce, MD and scientists under him.
  • So far nobody is admitting fault, and in fact Croce is suing the university despite the committee saying he was a poor mentor and the lab lacked oversight.  Further, the university instructed Croce and his team to retract or correct more than a dozen papers but only one has been retracted and two corrected.
  • Biotronick, a medical device manufacturer, paid and rewarded docs to use their implantable heart devices and violated the False Claims Act when they submitted reimbursement claims for the related procedures from Medicare and Medicaid, according to the DOJ.  The company paid for training that never occurred, as well as holiday parties, winery tours, lavish meals, international business class airfare and honoraria with no legitimate business purpose.

Hopefully, it is becoming clearer by the day that science has been completely hijacked.  It was recently discovered that $350 Million in secret payments have been given to Fauci, Collins, and other NIH scientists.  Corruption in public health has been exposed beautifully thanks to COVID, but is certainly not new.  Lymeland has been riddled with corruption for over 40 years. There is an urgent need to break the public health monopoly which is literally getting away with murder.

The CARES Act, provides hospitals with bonus incentive payments for all things related to COVID-19 (testing, diagnosing, admitting to hospital, use of remdesivir and ventilators, reporting COVID-19 deaths, and vaccinations) and waivers of customary and long-standing patient rights by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are the reasons patients are virtual prisoners in the hospital.  They have no choice, no say, and are barbarically isolated from family members. They are only allowed “FDA approved” COVID treatments which are dangerous, ineffective, and expensive.

Time for a CDC/NIAID FDA/ walkaway movement.

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