lt sounds impossible, but besides a long history of use in India, urine therapy has growing evidence of success in all manner of conditions, from skin cancer to peptic ulcers. Cate Montana separates fact from fiction.Spoiler alert: no evidence, growing or otherwise, is provided, and if Cate … Continue Reading ››
Its hundredth issue, published in July 1998, included a letter from a doctor that condemns it as "inflammatory, scare-mongering hyperbole".OK, so that's still the same...
So what are Lynne and … Continue Reading ››
English doctors who may be ambivalent about vaccines are being weeded out of the profession by the ‘revalidation’ process, where they have to renew their licence to practice.Being "ambivalent about vaccines" is a great litmus test I agree. Any doctor who can … Continue Reading ››
WDDTY present GcMAF as a medical miracle, curing cancer, AIDS and autism, and claim that ti is being aggressively suppressed and its proponents attacked by “pharma-funded” groups. They rely entirely on information provided by a company illegally selling treatment based on GcMAF, and in particular Marco Ruggiero, an officer of that company who is also an AIDS denialist.
To boost the claimed credibility of Ruggiero they invoke the support of AIDS denialist Peter Duesberg and homeopathy believer Luc Montagnier – in reality, associations which substantially weaken any claim to legitimacy.
WDDTY loves to tell readers to “follow the money”. This article shows that they do not even pay lip service to this when the content fits with their anti-science agenda.
The UK’s major cancer charity, Cancer Research UK, has been reported to the Metropolitan Police for being in breach of a recent law for “knowingly or recklessly providing false or misleading information”.Note to quacks: information does not … Continue Reading ››
Most people who think they have a wheat intolerance actually have an aversion only to highly-processed wheat products, a controversial new study suggests.Actually of … Continue Reading ››