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Testing on animals isn’t just cruel and ineffective, it’s also completely unnecessary. From organs-on-chips to 3-D human lung models, the future of scientific research is already here and it’s 100% animal-free.

While noting that some off-label uses are reasonable, a professor at @JohnsHopkinsSPH  says the "issue is a large majority of off-label prescribing is not supported by the scientific evidence."

Fauci taking a reassuring tone on vaccine status: "We’ve been able to move extremely quickly without sacrificing any safety issues, without cutting corners and certainly without compromising scientific integrity ... I feel cautiously optimistic."

Dr. Fauci: "One of the things this outbreak has taught us is humility ... you have to be flexible enough to change your thinking as more data and scientific thinking comes in." #USNLive 

"This was not a pollyannish view," Birx went on. "I’ve never been called pollyannish, or non-scientific, or non-data driven. I will stake my 40-year career on those fundamental principles of using data to implement better programs and save lives."

"One of the things this virus has taught us is humility … you have to be flexible enough to change your thinking as more data and more scientific evidence come through. You can’t be fixed." -- Dr. Fauci to @usnews 

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Three scientific organisations have proposed plans for the US to gain control of the pandemic as a leading Democrat declared that it was a “public health catastrophe” with more infections and deaths than any other country

#NewSARS Disinformation Disinformation expert Carl Bergstrom gives tips on how to stay calm and make sense of pandemic news. Best point - scientific experts CHANGE their position as more data comes in [nonsensical to call earlier statements lies]

"In autumn 2019 this virus did not exist in the universe. Now more than six months and 10,000 scientific papers later, it has colonised the world and we know a lot more about it. We also know that there is a lot more still to be learnt," writes @whippletom 

Radiation safety standards and medical knowledge stem from the study of Hiroshima bombing survivors, which conveys the kind of misery that results from an atomic bombing—as well as the message of peace and humanity that can result from scientific research.

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What we need today are universal values based not on faith but on scientific findings, common experience and common sense.

Are the ancient Hindu myths of a land bridge connecting India and Sri Lanka true? Scientific analysis suggests they are. #WhatonEarth 

BREAKING: Trump administration mandating EPA scientific studies, data undergo review by political staff before public release.

C'mon folks. We've got small groups of political opportunists gathering for cameras arguing the scientific equivalent that the Earth is flat. It's a reckless insult to all those risking lives, an affront to the truth. Meanwhile, the vast majority of Americans act responsibly.

Everybody appreciates kindness, but unfortunately our modern education system, with its materialistic goals, doesn’t have much room for inner values. We need to make people more aware of such inner values on the basis of scientific findings, common sense and common experience.

What we need today are universal values based not on faith but on scientific findings, common experience and common sense.

This is not a real news conference. The Chief Medical Officer & scientific officer'>Chief Scientific Officer have either been gagged &/or have told No 10 that they will not publicly back the PM’s defence of Dominic Cummings. Follow up questions have been stopped.

Paging Dr. Fauci: scientific evidence shows mortality rate for coronavirus approximates the annual flu for people under 60 #freeourpeople  #openeconomynow  Horowitz: One chart exposes the lie behind universal lockdowns - Conservative Review

Coronavirus exposes all of Trump’s biggest weaknesses: 1. Incompetence 2. Rejection of scientific facts 3. Distrust of expertise 4. Disinterest in long-term planning 5. Embrace of conspiracy theories 6. Paranoia 7. Inability to learn from mistakes

Anyone who thinks scientists like agreeing with one another has never attended a scientific conference.

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