Maryam Henein, GreenMedinfo
Google’s beginnings start in Room 380 of the Gates building on the Stanford campus. It was there that founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page (described as ‘nice guys’) aimed to find relevant information on the Internet, by rapidly downloading, indexing, and searching the entire Internet using low-cost personal computers. It was 1998, and they had their eyes on out-searching Altavista. →
Read more & video: “Is Google Controlling Your Mind? | Zach Vorhies – Google Whistleblower/ AMPFEST19” (15:49) via — Waking Times
(The Truth About Cancer)
Do incentives from Big Pharma influence the way doctors treat cancer patients? A study published earlier this year in JAMA Oncology says YES.
The first study to evaluate reimbursement policies and clinical care in oncology, the review found that oncologists often change their treatment recommendations and prescriptions based on incentives from the pharmaceutical industry.
Read more via Is Corporate Bribery Determining Your Cancer Treatment? — The Truth About Cancer