Just one day after Paz Padilla recoils and declares that he does not defend pseudosciences for the advance of Everything is true, the program will be released this Tuesday, at 10:50 p.m., in Cuatro. In its premiere, the format will deal with the rise of denialism and biodecoding, two phenomena that have been greatly enhanced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
It will be Risto Mejide and Marta Flich who will lead the monograph, which will seek to show the risks of biodecoding with real victims as well as experts. Some of them will be the former Minister of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare, María Luisa Carcedo; the head of the National Cancer Research Center, Mariano Barbacid; the scientific communicator and professor of Biotechnology, José Luis Mulet; Dr. Jesús Candel or Spiriman and the president of the Association to Protect the Sick from Pseudoscientific Therapies, Elena Campos-Sánchez.
The link between denialism and biodecoding is that both reject the idea of diseases as such, which they consider direct consequence of aspects such as emotions, therefore, avoidable and even curable without medical treatments.
The format, the result of a collaboration between Cuatro and La Fábrica de la Tele (Save me O Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive), will also approach the consultations in which those who defend these postulates are housed. On the other hand, the program will collect some of the informative statements of said practices by Paz Padilla, presenter of Save me.
And it is that, although the also comedian recoiled the day before the premiere of Everything is true and said that for her biodecoding was the way in which she had learned to manage the process she had gone through with the death of her husband, Antonio Juan Vidal; we just have to go back to last week, when in an interview with Bertín Osborne in My house is yoursThe woman from Cádiz commented that she was convinced that the accusations of corruption against her husband had caused his death.