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Medical journal Lancet uses dubious Covid data and presses freedom rankings to target Narendra Modi government: Busting their propaganda

Medical journal The Lancet targetted Modi government with dubious data, reports and rankings in an editorial

Medical journal The Lancet dehumanizes women, calls them ‘bodies with vaginas’: Here’s what inspires such insults

Esteemed medical journal The Lancet has gone one step ahead and labelled women "bodies with vaginas".

26 out of 27 signatories of the Lancet letter dismissing lab-leak theory of COVID-19 origin are linked to Wuhan researchers: Report

In February 2020, the Lancet had published a letter dismissing the possibility of Covid-19 being leaked from the Wuhan lab

Some Covid models predicted 1.6 million deaths by August, other ‘experts’ predicted 5 million: Read how the forecasts are faring by June end

The Lancet had cited projections by the IHME to claim India’s COVID death tally will cross 1 million by August 2021.

Dr Peter Daszak, who helped brand lab leak hypothesis a ‘conspiracy theory’, recused from Lancet commission investigating Covid origins

Dr. Peter Daszak has recused himself from a UN backed Lancet Commission to look into the origins of SARS-COV-2.

Dear Lancet, people expect scientific solution on Covid-19, not a racist, colonially patronising and politically motivated editorial against PM Modi

Criticism of Modi by The Lancet over Covid-19 is full of missing important details, selective analysis and plain wrong claims

Here is how The Lancet used dubious sources to blame Modi Govt for the Covid crisis

Following the abrogation of Article 370, The Lancet had issued a strong condemnation of the Indian Government.

Bharat Biotech’s ‘Covaxin’ is safe, vaccine led to enhanced immune responses to Covid-19, says medical journal Lancet

The prestigious medical journal said that Covaxin generated tolerable safety outcomes and enhanced immune responses.

Medical journal The Lancet retracts its HCQ article based on fake data from a dubious company, authors say they cannot vouch for data’s authenticity

The lead author of the research paper, Prof Mandeep Mehra, from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts had asked the Lancet to withdraw the study saying could no longer vouch for the data’s accuracy. The Guardian's expose had revealed that the Chicago-based company's data used in the article was fake.

Coronavirus: WHO had stopped HCQ trials based on fake data from a dubious company which employs a sci-fi writer and adult content model

When The Guardian contacted 7 Australian hospitals, they stated that they have never heard of Surgisphere and were never contacted by the company to collect data. The Chicago-based company employs a handful of people, including a sci-fi writer and an adult content model.

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