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Well said, Vinay Prasad. The de-identified data must be published, always. Starting with the FDA and CDC analysis of the Covid-19 injections. We need the raw data.

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Excellent article!!

Concise and to the point.

Well done.

Sadly it seems that higher up the food chain that the scientific elites climb, most develop a god complex and questioning their data appears to threaten their image. It’s scientism at its peak!

As a HCP, I have found that data is intentionally convoluted and overly complex with bs—- words in an attempt to confuse the reader. When I discover this, I wonder what bs—- , lies are being cleverly covered. The arrogance is astonishing.

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Sharing data and analytic plans would also be a step toward improving how science is done, making it easier to teach and learn from good and bad examples, to identify weaknesses or alternate approaches.

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Data collection may also be fraudulent. The only way to combat fraud is to put an end to bibliometric and short-term evaluation of science.

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Well argued Vinay. It amazes me that we don't have more transparency in the data sources. Science is supposed to shed light - how can we possibly shed light on that which is kept in the dark?

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There is no way to ever know what medical data is real or fake or manipulated. There are too many fraudsters, liars and scumbags all rigging the system towards a maniacal ending.

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Data wants to be free.

No funding without full data sharing.

No legitimate, scientifically-oriented democracy without full data sharing.

Withholding data is a form of tyranny.

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Michael Mann comes to mind.

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founding

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As my deceased (university professor)

dad used to say…

“PhD” = “Piled Higher and Deeper”

Also: “The proper definition of ‘scientist’ is ‘trained skeptic’.”

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Lets take the Statin trials held by Oxford

https://www.cttcollaboration.org/

How many have access to that data?

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One of the interesting proposals I have seen is that all medical journals should be abolished. Researchers should simply post their raw data and abstracts on a publicly accessible website. Adding any interpretation or analysis is optional.

The website can be organized in a clever way (perhaps using AI tools) so that any paper is easy to search and easy to refer to.

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All so called science can no longer be trusted as we see that they lie to capture the gold trinkets and the death of their fellow humans caused by their lies is of no consequences to them. Shame on everyone

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Dr. Prasad, what do you think about this doozy that was just broadcasted to a wide swath of Texas physicians as scientific evidence?

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/73/wr/mm7304a2.htm?s_cid=mm7304a2_w

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I was wondering Vinay, if you ever dabble in the WEF literature. Because the fda, cdc, covid, Harvard plagiarism, net zero, ukraine/Russia proxy war, Yemen houthis, Israel and Gaza/ Hamas, all appear to be distractions. Meanwhile the deep state is getting on with its depopulation agenda.

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It would definitely be a step in the right direction. However, such a move doesn't work if no one bothers to check the data itself.

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Vanay is yet again right on target.

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