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(This excerpt is from Dr. Colleen Huber’s new book, The Defeat of COVID, on Amazon Kindle and paperback.)

Throughout human history, quarantine of the ill has been a part of infectious diseases outbreak customs and protocol, formal and informal. Only in the most severe outbreaks was quarantine considered for the healthy. In the 14th century, at a time when the bubonic plague killed 25 million people in Europe, roughly half its population of the time, ships arriving to Venice were ordered to quarantine for 40 days.[1] Social distancing was an early 19th century concept that was discussed regarding tuberculosis patients…

I don’t have unlimited rights with respect to you. How do I know this? Since the signing of the US Constitution and its Amendments, and the Enlightenment generally, but more so since Emancipation, the 19th Amendment, the Voting Rights Act, and the US Civil Rights Movement, the most widely accepted understanding of human rights is that they pertain to the equality, autonomy, dignity, freedom from bondage or oppression and the equal and full exercise of self-determination that contemporary people generally acknowledge as self-evident, and inherent to, and cherished equally in each human being. The above landmark events establish, among other…

Data that disprove the COVID-19 pandemic

Colleen Huber, Boris Borovoy

January 18, 2021


A pandemic that calls the attention of the public, and action by the medical field, is one that raises the total death rate above that of a typical year or season. The COVID-19 era that began in early 2020 has received continuous and rapt attention in the United States for deaths that have occurred. Has COVID-19 resulted in more deaths (known as “excess deaths”) than would have happened in a typical year? An obstacle to answering that question is that COVID-19 testing is flawed and imprecise…

Microbial challenges from masks

Boris Borovoy, Colleen Huber, Maria Crisler


Face masks have come into common use in many countries since mid-2020, for all age groups. Some aspect of this may be voluntary, but certainly much of this use is either accompanied by force, threats, subtle coercion, or a continuum of subtle to fierce societal pressures on the individual to conform to mask-wearing. From widespread fear of COVID-19, associated with the virus named SARS-CoV2, mask-wearing is recently assumed by many to be a prudent measure against contagion.

In this paper, the second in our series, we continue our examination…

Colleen Huber, NMD

Naturopathic Medical Doctor, headed Euro Cancer Summit, featured in America's Best Cancer Doctors, writing about COVID-19 since Mar 2020 on

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