The Triumph of Eminence-Based Medicine

Lines are drawn A quarter of a million Britons have been diagnosed with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), the condition also known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). ME/CFS is a severe debilitating illness that renders patients either temporarily or perennially immobile. Sufferers will have often led very active lives before being struck down. After onset, they are... Continue Reading →

Forty-one international scientists have signed a declaration supporting Cochrane’s decision to withdraw its controversial review of exercise therapy in ME/CFS

And I'm one of them. This is important not least because of claims appearing over the weekend that Cochrane pulled its controversial review due to pressure from brain-addled trouble-making "patient activitists," rather than for scientific reasons. Claims that Cochrane had been harassed were made not by Cochrane themselves, but, rather, by the authors of the controversial... Continue Reading →

John Taylor is definitely NOT a racist ;)

I mean, how could anyone consider this to be racist? Two words making a generalization about a person's race in the context of criticism of that person? No. John Taylor is definitely not a racist. Using the clichéed phrase "Typical x" historically used by racists to dismiss 'lesser' races? No. Definitely not a racist. Here's... Continue Reading →

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