So why does the recent Bangladesh study say they do? Do you know how they gamed the large randomized trial to make it look like masks worked?

The best book on masks is the one written by Dr. Judy Mikovits:

All you have to do is read the free preview to know how it ends: “If that means you are sitting alone in your bedroom and wearing a mask as you read, …, then keep that mask on. I doubt you will be wearing it when you finish this book.” Couldn’t have said it any better myself.

All you have to do is read the free preview to know how it ends: “If that means you are sitting alone in your bedroom and wearing a mask as you read, …, then keep that mask on. I doubt you will be wearing it when you finish this book.”

She did an awesome job. Highly recommended and the Kindle version was only $4. Well worth it.

So when this new Bangladesh mask study was written about in Nature on September 9, I knew it drew an erroneous conclusion (which happens all the time in medicine) despite it being promoted by infectious disease experts. But I didn’t have the time to dissect it at the time.

Tyson Gabriel is the industrial hygienist that made this wonderful video series on how silly mask-wearing is.

March 8, 2020: Fauci says masks are effectively useless, but if it makes you feel better, you can wear them. He said they might block a droplet. Watch the video starting at 29 seconds into it.

Read more at Steve Kirsch’s Newsletter at https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/do-masks-work

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