Episode 70: Dr. Lawrence Palevsky - Childhood Infectious Diseases
Dr. Lawrence Palevsky is a New York State licensed pediatrician, who utilizes a holistic approach to children’s wellness and illness. In this podcast, Dr. Palevsky discusses why infectious diseases in children like influenza, chickenpox, measles etc are not contagious. He provides insight into what these diseases are, what causes them, and why they seem to "spread" throughout the community. He also explains how vaccinations might actually be working to prevent these diseases being expressed in children.
Dr. Palevsky received his medical degree from the New York University School of Medicine in 1987, completed a three-year pediatric residency at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City in 1990, and served as a pediatric fellow in the ambulatory care out-patient department at Bellevue Hospital, New York City, from 1990-1991. Since 1991, his clinical experience includes working in pediatric emergency and...
Episode 57: Dr. Saeed Qureshi - Non-sense non-science
Dr. Qureshi is an internationally recognized scientist. For the past 40 years, including 30 years with Health Canada, he has been involved in the isolation, characterization, and testing of food and pharmaceutical substances.
Dr. Qureshi obtained his Ph.D. under the guidance of (late) Prof. M. Verzele (University of Ghent, Belgium), a world-renowned scientist in separation and isolation science using techniques such as counter-current distribution (CCD) technique and modern techniques of chromatography (gas and liquid) coupled with mass spectrometry.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic episode, he has been educating and guiding people about the unfortunate use of false, in fact, fraudulent science in virus isolation, testing, and vaccine development.
In this podcast, Dr. Qureshi gives a thought provoking presentation about the science, or lack thereof, in regards to virus isolation, v*ccin*e efficacy and the issues...
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