The scandal of Lancetgate bubbles on. As researchers realise they have been scammed the honest ones want to get back to work.
Sound familiar? In this case it is to answer the simple question of whether hydroxycloroquine kills coronavirus.
Of course we already know the answer: it must be like trying to sail into a non stop headwind denying the laboratory, clinical, state and country wide differences; partisan leanings and finally, the incontrovertible fact that somebody paid a lot of money to fake a trial showing it didn’t work. That creates powerful ... cognitive dissonance.
We know it works. The studies are proof but, like a pudding that is nice to have, we don’t necessarily need it If the dinner was good. If the pudding has been fouled and ruined then it’s best to leave it and instead work out who fouled it and why.
Ps I love the use of ‘other research’; a classic piece of Fake Journalism, deserving wider exposure.
Follow the link within, that’s where the real story is...