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Alex Berenson
A lead investigator on the Danish mask study - the ONLY (as far as I know) randomized trial to see if masks protect from - was asked when it would be published. His answer: “as soon as a journal is brave enough.” If you think that means the study shows masks work...
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Alex Berenson Oct 18
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I have confirmed the authenticity of the email with him directly. I asked about an unreviewed preprint since it’s been delayed so long, but he says not everyone on the team agrees that makes sense.
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Kyle Dagan Oct 18
Hilarious
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Luigi Warren Oct 18
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Oh dear, and just as the Twitter Gestapo bans Dr. Atlas for stating the obvious.
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Fletcher, Morris Oct 18
Seriously?!
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blake Oct 18
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There’s not much evidence that masks protect the wearer....they only prevent transmission from the wearer to others.
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Lilith of Assyria Oct 18
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No!!!!!!!!!! Wow!!!!!
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Roro47 Oct 18
Replying to @AlexBerenson
1/2 If true, an enormous scandal. But here's the paradox: it's in the interest of those opposing lockdowns not to puncture the mask myth. The resulting fear among the many who now believe the masks protect them would lead to more closures, self-quarantining, etc.
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Carnal Dancer Oct 18
I've thought that at times, but my naive take is we should always push to correct misinformation even when there appear to be short-term benefits.
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