Elisabeth Bik will not be silenced.
While Bik, who has a doctorate in microbiology, has been active in calling out fraudulent research for several years, she gained more attention—and unpleasant backlash—when she raised questions about a March 2020 paper that proclaimed the benefits of hydroxychloroquine (in combination with azithromycin) for COVID-19.
This great piece is about the always impressive Elisabeth Bik and her extraordinary efforts with regard to fraudulent research. As well as developments in France. We included links to ten related items.
“It’s important to know that this is just trying to silence me,” Bik said. “If they attack me and my private life and dox my home address, it means that they don’t have answers to the scientific [questions] that I’m raising.”