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The fact you read What Doctors Don't Tell You (WDDTY) or its website suggests you support independent journalism - whether you realise it or not.
Journalism is itself enduring some bad press right now with the fall-out from the phone hacking scandal engulfing Rupert Murdoch's News International.

I became a journalist many years ago because I believed it mattered. Journalism, as I saw it, is supposed to be for the people and against the wrongdoings, cover-ups and corruption among multinationals, powerful groups and politicians.

Events in recent days within News International empire might suggest otherwise. Stories have slowly emerged about the hacking of mobile phones of murder victims, of those killed in the London terror attack of 7/7 and even possibly of those slaughtered in the 9/11 attack in New York.

Suddenly the media is against the people.

This doesn't mean that journalism should be sidelined. It still has an essential role to play in helping shape a fairer society - and WDDTY is one such voice.

For years we have uncovered scandals in the drugs industry and, with our next issue, the chemicals industry, too. These industries regularly put profits before people, and your health - even your life - is an acceptable price to ensure the shareholders get their dividends.

So we tell you about it - and that means WDDTY matters.

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