"we spend a billion pounds a year and we get back articles"
"if you control access to the scientific literature, it is to all intents and purposes, like controlling science"
"who is looking after scientific integrity?"
" ... of all the scientific literature that is published, surely the medical journals must be the most rigorous"
"... the peer review system is so weak that we really can't trust what's going on out there in the medical literature"
Who are the "key opinion leaders", the "trusted voices" and "trusted interlocutors"?
"in addition, you want to work with the private sector and those who are spreading information generally, to see that they can bring things down that are in fact lies or false information that is put forward, as a way to minimise it"
" ... you can soften perhaps a very hard line from government through less ... more stealth entry points rather than trying to punish them through the international health regulations"
"... the FDA is one of the most respected regulatory agencies in the world, so how is it possible that what you are saying could be true?"
There is much more:
Whether or not everything that this young lady points up is true, would you bet against the overall truth of what she is presenting?