The Theranos Scandal: Science, Charlatans and Globalists

by | Apr 24, 2016 | Newsletter | 12 comments

If you’ve been following the Theranos scandal, you’ve probably heard the basic story by now: The miracle tech start up was founded by a 19-year-old Stanford dropout to revolutionize lab testing, reducing blood work to a finger prick device and a patented machine that can do hundreds of tests from just a few drops of blood. But now the company is hanging by a thread as the hard questions about this “miracle” tech start to add up.

But there’s much more to the story. Who were the founder’s parents? How did this 19-year-old dropout recruit Henry Kissinger, George Schultz, Bill Frist and a gaggle of globalists to join the Theranos board? And what is the real nature of this $9 billion flash in the pan?

Join me for this week’s subscriber newsletter as I explore these issues and the charlatan/globalist nexus in the med tech industry.

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