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Research Scientists Panic Over Funding - Lesson #49

Research Scientists Panic Over Funding

As we enter a New Era of Medical Science Breakthroughs!

Glycoscience Lesson #49

by JC Spencer

After the UK and US voting results, scientists are fearful of losing research funding. Most scientific funding in the UK comes through the EU.

In the last hours of 2016, Scientific American’s Dana Hunter blogged, "Our scientific endeavors are under severe threat... Science is going to need our help to survive this regime. We used to be the scientific leaders of the world. If we want to stay in the forefront of scientific advances, we will need to resist Trump and his merry band of anti-science lackeys at every turn."

The new US administration's positions on science may restore fiscal sanity in Washington by focusing on self-evident results instead of simply hurling more money at bad science. The public is tired of hearing the same battle cry, "We’ll find a cure in ten years." It is past time to debunk nonsense and instead of just caring for people with debilitating diseases, we cure them. Let’s take the handcuffs off scientists and remove the deadly bureaucracy that costs trillions of dollars.

The coming Glycoscience blueprint can save US trillions of dollars which will also expand medical knowledge and provide greater self-evident results. Here are two paragraphs from this bold blueprint:

"Do no harm!" was the medical battle cry lost to toxic drugs. The FDA has a procedure that eliminates any safe non-toxic cure from ever reaching the market. This policy has been in effect since 1927. The FDA will not even allow water to have a medical claim that it treats dehydration. The antiquated FDA procedure is called LD50. The lethal dose standard was established to verify how toxic a medicine is by determining how much it takes to kill 50 percent of the animals in a study. Any non-toxic medicine that has no LD50 level, has no ability to make even one animal die, is not eligible for FDA approval.

"We need to tear down the barriers blocking a new era of medical innovation, and the primary inhibitor is the government itself. It’s past time to unleash a supply-side medical revolution, so that instead of simply caring for people with debilitating diseases, we cure them. ... we need to modernize the FDA’s approach, expand the Accelerating Medicines Partnership, and embrace a culture of innovation." - Senator Ted Cruz (Texas-R)

New knowledge replaces old theories. New technologies enable us to discover, verify, and integrate Glycoscience findings which open doors to tomorrow’s non-toxic functional medicine/foods.

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