TUG Review Crew: Veteran
- Jun 6, 2005
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Nobody is that naive, come on!
- "A search of publicly available material suggests several of Surgisphere’s employees have little or no data or scientific background. An employee listed as a science editor appears to be a science fiction author and fantasy artist whose professional profile suggests writing is her fulltime job. Another employee listed as a marketing executive is an adult model and events hostess, who also acts in videos for organisations.
- The company’s LinkedIn page has fewer than 100 followers and last week listed just six employees. This was changed to three employees as of Wednesday.
- While Surgisphere claims to run one of the largest and fastest hospital databases in the world, it has almost no online presence. Its Twitter handle has fewer than 170 followers, with no posts between October 2017 and March 2020."
I am that naive. When I read unconfirmed I actually think it is unconfirmed. I follow the National Academy so read their retraction. Something you did not post.
Where is there evidence of fabrication....none....zilch.....nada There are questions and the paper was rightfully pulled. And I will ask for the 4th time. Why did the FDA pull the emergency use? Where is your evidence that it works. Where is the evidence that this was some big conspiracy to sabotage medical research and want a drug to fail? As a retired biochemist those charges are very serious and should we dare say unconfirmed.