Mar 10, 2020 3-5PM ET
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New York Is Making Its Own Hand Sanitizer Using Inmate Labor to Fight The Coronavirus Outbreak New York state governor Andrew Cuomo announced today that the state is making its own hand sanitizer product in an attempt to curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus which has currently infected over 100,000 people worldwide, resulting in around 3,800 deaths so far. “We are introducing New York State clean hand sanitizer, made conveniently by the state of New York,” said Cuomo in a press briefing today, claiming that the product is superior to others available due to a 75% alcohol content, greater than many other brands on the market. The state aims to make 100,000 gallons per week and the product is manufactured by Corcraft Products, run by the Department of Correctional Services, Division of Industries. The organization uses labor from inmates of New York’s prison system, claiming to “employ inmates in substantive jobs that help teach a good work ethic and valuable work skills,” according to the website. New York State confirmed 142 cases of COVID-19 as of Monday, with most focused in the Westchester region of the state. New York declared a state of emergency on Saturday, when the number of people with confirmed COVID-19 was 89. According to Governor Cuomo, 8 of the 142 cases are currently hospitalized.
CEO of company claiming to have coronavirus vaccine says they are moving on to phase one of testing A group of Texas scientists claims to have created a vaccine to prevent the coronavirus and, according to the CEO of the Houston based engineering company, it could be approved and available to the public by the end of the year. “We’re confident in the vaccine, the quality of the vaccine completely. The end result will be what the government wants to do in terms of testing,” John Price, CEO of Greffex, told “American’s Newsroom,” Monday. Price said his company developed the vaccine based on the knowledge they obtained from an earlier vaccine they created to combat MERS, which “has a tremendous number of similarities” to the coronavirus, he explained. The vaccine will go through numerous testing stages and is not likely to be available to the public, pending approval, until the end of the year. Asked whether there was a way to fast track the approval process, Price said that would be a “policy decision for the government.” “That’s always the $100 million question. The earliest that we think would be the end of the year. The latest would be 18 months. But we think that we could – depending on the approval process of the government – get something in 2020,” Price said.
Coronavirus: what real science would look like, if it existed This is one of the most important articles I’ve written on the current “epidemic.” When you look at the justification for all the lunatic measures being taken to “stem the tide” of the coronavirus, you come to the simplicity of CASES. How many cases are there? How many people are “infected?” And the answer to that comes from what? From tests. From diagnostic tests. Of course, some people are ridiculously labeled “cases” without tests. I’ve explained that nonsense in other articles. Outside of China, the most widely used test is called the PCR. It must be done with tremendous care, because contamination with irrelevant microbes and cellular material can yield a misleading and absurd result. The PCR, it is claimed, can take a tiny, tiny bit of material from a patient and blow it up many times, so it can be identified. “This is the coronavirus. This patient is infected.”
Special Guest Billy DeMoss
Dr. Billy DeMoss is an energetic and passionate speaker who has been a chiropractor and fixture within his community for over three decades. His passion for chiropractic care, community wellness, and global sustainability is far-reaching and his influence is international. Along with heading an innovative practice that educates and strengthens his community, Dr. Billy is the founder the Dead Chiropractic Society (DCS), which is a coalition of Southern California chiropractors who meet monthly to discuss chiropractic philosophy and advancements. In 2008, he decided to expand DCS by founding California Jam. Cal Jam allows him to invite world-renowned experts in public health and global sustainability to educate and empower people, not just chiropractors, from around the world who find natural solutions more attractive than harmful man-made ones and share a desire to ensure the well-being of future generations. His mission for Cal Jam is simple: awaken, empower, action.
California Jam has been around since 2007, when Dr. Bill DeMoss had a dream to fuse the Ted talk format in the context of health discussions with an ACDC rock concert! Dr. Bill was inspired by a massive event in 1974, where thousands of people meet in at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California to listen to the Eagles, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Earth, Wind & Fire. That event was called California Jam and that memory launched Dr. Bill to create an exciting, relevant learning seminar/concert that was like no other on the planet!
The purpose of Cal Jam is to express our desire to change the world, our passion to make learning fun, and a thirst for increased human potential. We educate the planet by creating an unequaled atmosphere and providing access to the world’s leading experts on health and sustainability. We create a community of truth seekers that make natural solutions more attractive than harmful man-made options, ensuring the well-being of future generations.
New Safety Concerns Raised About the Quantities of Aluminum in Childhood Vaccines The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), have raised concerns about the negative effects of aluminum exposure in humans. Because some vaccines contain aluminum, the FDA published a paper in 2011 (Mitkus et al.) to address concerns about aluminum exposure from vaccines in infants. The paper compared the aluminum exposure from vaccines in infants to a safety limit of oral aluminum determined by the ATSDR. However, this study incorrectly based its calculations on 0.78% of oral aluminum being absorbed into the bloodstream rather than the value of 0.1% used by the ATSDR in its computations. As a result, the FDA paper assumed that nearly 8 (0.78%/0.1%) times more aluminum can safely enter the bloodstream, and this led the authors to incorrectly conclude that aluminum exposure from vaccines was well below the safety limit.
Questions of The Day!
Love your show; learn a lot!
Our Representative scheduled a Town Hall phone call tomorrow (3/11) evening. Besides the following, what questions should I ask?
What test is being used? (PCR?)
Is the CDC including ‘presumptive’ cases in their count?
What are the guidelines for diagnosis?
Is the CDC adjusting the numbers when (if) a presumptive case turns up negative?
Have any medical professionals seen real-time micron microscope images of the actual replication of the virus?
Upon diagnosis, are patients’ rights suspended, ie: for treatment options?
Is the CDC testing/evaluating alternative treatments besides pharmaceuticals/vaccines?
Hello Dr.R.S.B. and almost a doc Super Don,
There was a news story last week talking about fish, the story went on to say that it might be a good idea not to eat fish. The story also went on to say that the fish had too much mercury as well as pharmaceuticals and other harmful chemicals; I enjoy eating Wild Caught Salmon from Alaska, as well as farm Salmon from Canada. My question is am I better off taking a fish oil supplement or continue eating Salmon? Thank you Bill
Can colloidal silver be used in nebulizer?
Hello, I was just diagnosis today with ‘severe osteoporosis’ in my foot. I understand you mom had the same issues. I refuse to take pharma meds. Do you have advice for me?
U.S. FDA Releases Cannabidiol Update The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has provided an update to Congress on where it’s at on evaluation of cannabidiol (CBD) products. It still has plenty of questions. The agency says it is still concerned by the fact some Americans mistakenly believe CBD products generally have been evaluated to be safe by the FDA. As we’ve previously reported, a poll last year indicated 41% of Americans believe FDA had already developed safety standards for CBD. This is not the case and only one CBD product has been approved by the Administration to date. The FDA says it still has many gaps in knowledge, including the effects of long term use, potential interactions with other drugs and a myriad other issues. “This does not mean that we know CBD is unsafe to these populations or under these circumstances, but given the gaps in our current knowledge, and the known risks that have been identified, we also are not at a point where we can conclude that unapproved CBD products are safe for use.” Some of what it says are the known risks outlined in a consumer update late last year. On the issue of research, the FDA is taking new steps to provide a public and transparent way for stakeholders to provide new information to it in real time as it becomes available. Through this and other strategies, the FDA says it will be able to refine and revise its thinking and approaches.
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More upcoming RSB events:
- NOCO Hemp Expo, Denver CO – March 27-28, 2020
- Be Healthy Utah Conference, Sandy UT April 17-18, 2020
- MAHO Expo Convention & Trade Show, Columbus OH – July 24-26, 2020