Tasuku Honjo: "Cancer, Infectious Diseases and Our Immune System"

Tasuku Honjo: "Cancer, Infectious Diseases and Our Immune System"

Tasuku Honjo: "Cancer, Infectious Diseases and Our Immune System"

Tasuku Honjo: Deputy Director- General Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study (KUIAS) and Laureates of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2018


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  1. Many thanks to Dr. Honjo for his excellent presentation on Immuno therapy and Covid-19 pandemics.    I was impressed not only with his scientific mind but also his excellent  English which was easy to follow.   In fact, I think he speaks much better English than the younger generation of English-speaking Japanese. 
    It is unfortunate that FCCJ has reverted back to English Only format, which excludes 95% of Japanese population. I hope that the lack of translator with medical background was the excuse for not doing it in bilingual format. It also appears that the questions are pre-screened by a government collaborator.   It is especially unfortunate when what Dr. Honjo is saying on Covid-19 is very relevant to Japanese themselves.  Dr. Honjo made it clear that he had been recommending  a large scale PCR tests since early April.   His view concurs with that of Dr. Kami and Dr. Kodama.   The only pseudo-scientists opposing this view are those of Senmonnsha-Kaigi (Committee of Specialist assembled by the government).  
    New drugs like Avigan and others are approved or rejected by Yakuji-shingikai in Japan, whose conducts are highly political and questionable.   They gave Maruyama-Vaccine a hard time to be approved in the past.  They are doing the same to Avigan.   On the other hand, they approved  "Viagra"  in a record time.   I wonder why?

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