Didier Raoult, the Galileo for medicine: « almost one in two Covid-19 cases would be false positive »

Didier Raoult, professeur de microbiologie, dans son bureau de l'IHU Mediterranee Infection a Marseille. *** Local Caption *** APHM portrait timone
Navigating against the doxa, Professor Didier Raoult of the IHU Méditerranée Infection in Marseille continues to castigate French public policies in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. « You have up to 44% false positives when you check people who have tested positive elsewhere. »
The Marseille doctor calls for a harmonization of the results of PCR tests. Remaining on his starting positions, Didier Raoult believes that the Covid-19 pandemic has not upset mortality in France, a position that contrasts with what some call “fear marketing” which led to the confinement of half of humanity based on a hypothesis put forward by the Imperial College Of London.
A follower of hydroxychloroquine, Didier Raoult remains more than ever under the sights of the Order of Physicians, which accuses him, among other things, of not having followed the methodology. In his time too, Galileo had not followed the methodology of the time, explains astrophysicist Jean-Pierre Luminet at the Maritima site. Could the man with the rebellious mane be the modern-day Galilee in the face of medical bureaucracy, the grip of pharmaceutical companies and lobbies over public policy and the World Health Organization?

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