Did I just find a medical review board that is not corrupt??
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Did I finally find a medical board that is not corrupt?
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Earlier this month, the Regional Council of Medicine of the State of Amazonas (CREMAM) unanimously acquitted Dr. Flavio Cadegiani, physician, scientist and lead author of research on proxalutamide to treat COVID-19. The northern arm of the study took place in six cities in the Amazon. All charges were dropped after the doctor's innocence was proven.
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Study praised in the world
In Brazil, the study was mercilessly attacked by the press, which generated a wave of complaints in medical councils. However, abroad, in the most renowned scientific institutions in the world, the high quality of the study was attested.
At Canada's McMaster University, the birthplace of Evidence-Based Medicine, the study was rated one of the highest marks among all COVID drug studies. The same happened with the analysis of the COVID-NMA website , linked to Cochrane, France, which seeks to analyze scientific evidence of treatments. There, they concluded that there was little bias, which proves the soundness of the work.
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I hope you’ll read the entire article which also includes allegations of fraud that were also found to be completely without merit.
An honest scientific review board?
So how was Cadegiani exonerated? Is it because the review board consisted of honest scientists for a change?
Sadly, the answer is that the review board is corrupt and they wanted to skewer him, but they simply lacked any evidence to justify doing so.
So if you answered “No” in the survey above, give yourself a pat on the back.
The sad truth is that I have yet to find an honest medical review board anywhere on the planet.
I’m still looking.