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Our research team, an epidemiologist, a microbiologist and I, compiled the largest body of clinical and laboratory data that we have seen in the English language, over 200 studies, on the hazards of mask-wearing, over five peer-reviewed studies, at volume 1 of https://PDMJ.org. These include:

The hazards caused by micro-and nano-size particulate in deep lung tissue:

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_false_safety_and_real_dangers_part1

Oral and pulmonary dysbiosis and microbial infections from mask-wearing:

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_false_safety_and_real_dangers_part2

Hypoxia, hypercapnia and resulting organ injuries:

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_false_safety_and_real_dangers_part3

High COVID positivity among mask-wearing populations and mechanisms:

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_false_safety_and_real_dangers_part4

And an earlier summary paper I wrote:

https://pdmj.org/papers/masks_are_neither_effective_nor_safe

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Thanks Justin. All readers need to save these and immediately start posting them everywhere as soon as the Gestapo start with this idiocy again (and they will). We missed the curve last time -- perhaps this time we will be forewarned and thus forearmed.

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Apr 19, 2022·edited Apr 19, 2022

note to self: Save for future backtracking and new oppressive control methods

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Thank you for all your efforts!

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This is great, thank you. And I see a wealth of more good data linked in the comments. I'll collect them all and put them up on covidhonesty.com

I wanted to say that recently I discovered the Chamberland filter. It's my opinion that should have been the end of the mask thing there and then, once and for all. Why was it not? Did/does anyone seriously think a cloth mask would be more efficient than a ceramic filter?

the actual ceramic filter that passed viruses through

Chamberland filter

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamberland_filter

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Thank you for bringing me along. It’s been a wild ride. I never thought it would go this far. We fought hard and we researched tirelessly. You put together phenomenal papers. It’s been a privilege to work with you Dr Huber

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My "research team," which consists of me, a biomedical engineer, wrote this piece a bit ago: https://libertarianinstitute.org/articles/masks-and-me-how-did-we-get-here/

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