Research Manipulation Part IV: Falsely Reporting Success
Explaining how a clinical trial can report success – when there is none.
Research Manipulation Part III: Deliberate Obfuscation
In this edition Malcolm explains how study results can be carefully worded, to imply results that are actually contrary to data.
Long-Term Use Of Statins Linked To Heart Disease
More evidence emerges that the use of statins to lower cholesterol may be counterproductive in preventing heart failure. Though cholesterol levels may be lowered, statins can inhibit vitamin K production, a substance critical to preventing plague buildup in arteries.
Research Manipulation Part II: Surrogate end-points
Using surrogate end-points for clinical trials represents a massive boost for pharmaceutical company profits. So, they work hard, behind the scenes, to ensure that this happens
I reversed my type 2 diabetes. Here’s how I did it
After a diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes Journalist Neil Barsky initially followed his doctors advice and began insulin injections. He also did his own research and found a community already aware of the root of the problem. After cutting out the carbs, he dropped his A1C, got off medications, and now considers himself cured.