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Nº. 16

October 29, 2020

US Supreme Court reorientation achieved

Amy Coney Barrett becomes Judge at the Supreme Court of Justice

The nomination achieves Trumps's main promise to pro-life and nonideological voters with profound disapproval of prochoice activists… 

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HIV infected people with antiretroviral therapy has high risk of dementia

US study shows HIV infection increases the risk of dementia by 50 in older patients

An estimated 1.7 million individuals worldwide acquired HIV this year. Specialists say that these figures could be even higher… Read more.

women healthcare rights

Geneva Declaration Promoting Women’s Health, Life rights and the Family signed by 29 countries

Historic declaration stands against the UN's current ideology. Women's healthcare rights are not in conflict with the right to life of the unborn… Read more.

Vaccine volunteers' unnecessary exposure to the almost obsessive search

Scientists will infect healthy volunteers in questioned coronavirus trials

The Washington Post reported that "Beginning in January, British researchers will infect … Read more.

The Polish Supreme Court rules that abortion for fetal anomalies is unconstitutional

Polish Supreme Court rules that abortion for fetal anomalies is unconstitutional

The rule states that abortion to a disabled fetus is unconstitutional. Her decision is final. Poland becomes another country where abortions are considered a homicide… Read more.

chemsex parties diffusion

Chemsex is a public health care priority in developed countries

BMJ reported “Various authors have called for chemsex to become a public health priority. There are various reasons for this, including the possible link with HIV and other sexually… Read more.


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