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Why Do Scientists Defend Poison?

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Fact Checked

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  • Big Food, Big Pharma, the agrochemical industry and others use front groups and paid, corrupt researchers to disseminate their propaganda and package it like real science
  • Many of the front groups have names designed to inspire confidence, like the International Food Additives Council, the American Council for Science and Health and the Center for Consumer Freedom
  • Front groups and paid, faux "experts" defeated California's Prop 37 in 2012 — a measure that would have required labeling of GMOs and prevented them from being called "natural"
  • A new book, “The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money and the Science of Deception,” by David Michaels, assistant secretary of labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, exposes the wide racket of paid, false science
  • For scientific transparency, Michaels says industry may fund research but should not control who is chosen to conduct the study, or who can influence its methodology and interpretation

Why is there so much deceitful science published these days? Mainstream articles regularly assure people that glyphosate, vaccines and fluoride are safe, and that soft drinks and other junk food are not linked to obesity.

The answer is that virtually every major industry uses front groups and paid, corrupt researchers to spout their propaganda and package it like real science. Big Tech often abets this industry spin so that if you search for subjects like "vaccines" or "glyphosate" your results will be exactly what industry wants you to see.

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