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Flawed studies desperately trying to prop up the official covid narrative


This article was co-authored by Martin Neil.

NO MATTER how many times we (and others) have pointed out the statistical flaws and biases that compromise covid studies (especially those attempting to show vaccine effectiveness and safety), papers continue to be published in the most prestigious medical journals that should never have passed review because of these flaws.

In the last week we have reported on two flawed studies (here and here) that were published in the Lancet. A reader has alerted us to another, about the effects of covid during pregnancy, which suggests increasing desperation to prop up the ‘official’ narrative. I decided to do a video (11 minutes) which discussed all three of these studies, and you can see it here.

This article appeared in Where are the numbers? on January 24, 2024, and is republished by kind permission

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Norman Fenton
Norman Fenton
Norman Fenton is a British mathematician and computer scientist. He is Professor of Risk Information Management in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London.

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