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...  to follow-up The Yuletide edition of the BMJ carries a lovely article by Jeffrey Aronson, Patent medicines and ...  too rude about the royal family, or about the possibility of Knight Starvation among senior medics. The compromise version that appeared ...  The cuts are a bit ironic, since the whole point of the article is to point out the stifling political correctness that has ...

...  to follow-up The Prince of Wales’ Foundation for Integrated Health (FiH) is a propaganda ...  views about alternative medicine should form the basis of government health policy. His attempts are often successful, but they are regarded by many people as being clearly ...

...  to follow-up It’s only a matter of weeks since a lot of young scientists produced a rather fine pamphlet pointing out that the ...  They concluded “There is little or no proof that these products work, except to part people from their cash.” With ...

...  Weissmann, editor-in-chief of FASEB journal, talks straight. It seems that our letter to NHS chiefs has ...  scholarly and funny editorial, Gerald Weissmann MD, of New York University, puts the knife into homeopathy and its royal advocate. ...  something to whet your appetite. After publication of our letter . . . “Prince Charles was unfazed—on the day the Open ...

...  know little about the effect of diet on health. That’s why so much is written about it’. That is the title of a post in which I advocate the view put by John Ioannidis that remarkably ...  has little evidence to support it. The 2016 Conference of the so-called "College of Medicine" had the title "Food, the ...

Jump to latest diary entries This is a story of everyday researchers and teachers, struggling to do their job in a world ...  by management bollocks. This page is a continuation of the diary that started in June 2007, with the demise of UCL’s Pharmacology department (for the time being). It continued from ...

...  Health section, at short notice after the release of the spider letters. The following version is almost the same as appeared ...  policy" [pdf] The British Medical Journal wrote "Prince Charles delayed regulation of herbal medicines" [pdf] For me, ...

...  I commented that the best thing for me was being thrown off the UCL web site by Malcolm Grant, and the subsequent support that I got from Ben Goldacre. I am a big fan of just about everything that Goldacre has done. So are a lot of other people ...

...  to latest diary entries This is a story of everyday researchers and teachers, struggling to do their job in a world ...  by management bollocks. This page is a continuation of the diary that started in June 2007, with the demise of UCL’s Pharmacology department (for the time being). It continued from ...

...  to follow-up The consistent failure of ‘regulators’ to do their job has been a constant theme on this blog. There is a synopsis of dozens of them at Regulation of alternative medicine: why it doesn’t work, and never ...

...  done in secret.  Well, almost all. Charles, Prince of Wales, has been unusually public in expressing his views.  He told a ...  at St James’s Palace “I was accused once of being the enemy of the Enlightenment” “I felt proud of ...

...  hard to know what to make of  David Tredinnick MP (Cons, Bosworth). He is certainly an extreme example of the scientific ignorance of our parliamentary representatives, but he isn’t alone in that. Our ...

...  the DH have compromised the editorial standards of a website that they themselves established”. . . “. . . they ...  by putting special interests, politics, and the path of least resistance (as they saw it) before the truth about health and healthcare.” David Mattin, lately of NHS Choices   NHS Choices is usually a good source of information ...

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