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Friday, February 28, 2020

Ever since i started as a  professional market researcher -respondents are clear healthy societies generate strong economies notice versa

i must have had  a  row with at least 20 pharma companies  and  government deparments and   universities   on this

no amount of evidence changes a   healy corporation or government unless  you  go back to them later when  a  crisis has surrounded them and  their last shard of reputation is  about to go

however since it does in the  west and we are now at many final reputation crossroads please tell me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  text washngton dc +1 240 316 8157 if you might want to join in the following
Legacy question from FazleAbed -"in  MOOC -mass open online- all fine but why not C for  collaboration?" context-regarding  soros  announced at world economic forum that he was adding a billion  dollars  to converge all his work  into  new university   formats most urgent curricula health action learning  2020, green  action/adaptability learning 2021 -i  believe  what each country's   millennials  need to do to  change their place health system is a top agenda to be "mooced"to about 50000 in-network students and teachers   in  a way they maximise resilience of communities - 

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

virus pattern rules

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x#scarymask economisthealth.com If you buy an expensive face mask & uncomfortable, buy cheaper one. In every day situations greatest risk is when you fiddle with mask cos its uncomfy. If your hands not cleaned that's when the virus is most likely to enter your nose or mouth.

If you are a medical expert and want sign an opposite instruction please add to the comments, I am not a doctor but i try to report observational common sense -take care of how you behave if you cant explain public health advice in a way that an 11 year old practices chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk bethesda md

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