This is exactly what I'm talking about. PMC is an open access library for people to access information published in participating journals. The NIH did not publish the nonsense you shared.Good gawsh. It is published in NIH articles. You apparently aren’t sharp enough to have noticed that I indicated I have also articles that support the use of masks. Sorry, I look at all sides. Risk vs. benefit, science vs. propaganda, idiots vs. people that think. Have a Great Day, Ed
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