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Undisclosed royalty payments estimated at $350 million from pharmaceutical and other firms to Dr. Anthony Fauci and hundreds of National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists do present “an appearance of a conflict of interest,” according to the agency’s acting director.
Dr. Lawrence Tabak, who took over as NIH director following the December 2021 resignation of the agency’s long-time leader, Dr. Francis Collins, told a House Appropriations Committee subcommittee that federal law allows the royalty payments, but he conceded that they don’t look ethical.
“Right now, I think the NIH has a credibility problem and this only feeds into this, and I’m only just learning about this,” Rep. John Moolenaar (R-Mich.) told Tabak. “People in my district say, ‘Well, so-and-so has a financial interest,’ or they don’t like ivermectin because they aren’t benefitting from that royalty.
“You may have very sound scientific reasons for recommending a medicine or not, but the idea that people get a financial benefit from certain research that’s been done and grants that were awarded, that is, to me, the height of the appearance of a conflict of interest.”
In response, Tabak said NIH doesn’t endorse particular medicines.
Hopefully, this ‘tip of the iceberg’ exposure will begin the process of stripping the veil away from the pharmaceutical company payoffs. How much did it cost to promote the toxic jabs and to discredit the best, easiest and cheapest treatment out there – and who were the recipients.
P.S. I now have first hand experience of the effectiveness of Ivermectin. My 4 tablets are gone, and so has my Covid. I felt a noticeable improvement after 1 1/2 hours. 24hrs later, I took my second tablet and it was all over. Take it on a completely empty stomach – i.e. first thing in the morning and don’t eat anything for at least 30mins afterwards.