Reviews of articles by: Anonymous

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Sunscreen protects against skin cancer, contrary to widespread claim that it causes cancer

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"Recent Study Shows How Sunscreen Causes Cancer, Not the Sun"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Awareness Act, Midlands Directory, Collective Evolution

Published: 21 Aug 2019

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Internet meme inaccurately claims that fruit is injected with HIV-contaminated blood

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"a [group] of people is injecting fruits with blood containing HIV and AIDS"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Flops n' Memes

Published: 13 Aug 2019

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Widespread claim that HPV vaccine side effects outweigh its benefits misrepresents the scientist it relies on

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"side effects of the [HPV] vaccine outweigh the positives"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Herbs Info

Published: 07 Aug 2019

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Claims that vaccines contain “cancer enzymes” are unfounded, also misleads with one-sided explanation of nagalase function

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"vaccines had cancer enzymes in them"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Disclose.tv

Published: 06 Aug 2019

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Oral contraceptives associated with increased relative risk of blood clots but not a significantly increased absolute risk, generally safe to use

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"Women are not warned about the risk of blood clots with their daily steroidal hormone pill"

SOURCE: Anonymous, LifeSite News

Published: 23 Jul 2019

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Article claiming that the National Cancer Institute “admits marijuana kills cancer” is inaccurate and unsupported

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"Cancer Institute Finally Admits Marijuana Kills Cancer"

SOURCE: Anonymous, USA Health Times, Healthy Food House

Published: 09 Jul 2019

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Claims of curcumin cancer cure are premature and unsubstantiated

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"Science just confirmed eating turmeric every day could ‘reverse cancer’"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Get Holistic Health, Natural News

Published: 17 Jun 2019

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No, science has not proven that “cannabis cures cancer”, even though it helps manage some symptoms arising from cancer

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"There Are Now 100 Scientific Studies That Prove Cannabis Cures Cancer"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Health Magazine

Published: 01 May 2019

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Popular claim that “100% cancer cure” will be available next year is unsupported and misleading

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"Israeli scientists have developed a cure for cancer, which is 100% effective and coming by 2020"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Natural Healing Magazine

Published: 26 Apr 2019

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Marijuana has significant health risks, contrary to claims by Internet meme

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"Marijuana is non-addictive, cures cancer, and grows brain cells"

SOURCE: Anonymous, Truth Teller

Published: 25 Apr 2019

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