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Bryan Hubbard

Take a plane, not a drug

April 4th 2008, 1:26PM

Do you think that the science that determines the safety of the drugs we take is the same as the science that determines the safety of aircraft technology?It's a qu...

Bryan Hubbard

MMR: Don't treat parents like children

March 28th 2008, 12:10PM

...icine becomes the science it always claims to be, and stops being a propaganda machine for the drugs industry, parents will rightly remain reticent.

Bryan Hubbard

Off label, out of sight

March 7th 2008, 12:54PM

Around 25 per cent of all prescription drugs are given to patients 'off label' or for unlicensed use (see BMJ, 1998; 316: 343-5). This mean...

Bryan Hubbard

Healing, and not just prescribing

February 29th 2008, 1:13PM

The news this week that antidepressant drugs are no better than placebo underlines just how drug-dependent conventional medicine has become...

Lynne McTaggart

Where's the beef?

February 19th 2008, 12:10PM

... placebo-controlled trial.Nevertheless, such an approach is fundamentally flawed. When testing drugs, medicine obliterates the causal elements in patients by submerging them in a sea of other peo...

Bryan Hubbard

The slimmer's first resort

February 1st 2008, 3:49PM

...o revert to pill-pushing type and reach for the prescription pad. As a result the anti-obesity drugs orlistat (Xenical) and sibutramine (Reductil) have recently become the most prescribed drugs o...

Bryan Hubbard

Suppress to impress

January 25th 2008, 3:06PM

...ut already they've been caught out on two occasions suppressing vital data that revealed their drugs weren't working anywhere near as well as they have claimed.In the first case - involving the c...

Lynne McTaggart

Preemptive strikes

January 4th 2008, 4:54PM

...poorest of patients. But it's now clear that aspirin is just the very latest in a long list of drugs that causes the very condition it is intended to prevent.

Bryan Hubbard

Is there a horrible secret about dementia drugs?

December 14th 2007, 11:13AM

Are drug companies hiding some terrible secret from us about their dementia drugs? The signs aren't good. So far they've sponsored seven expensive trials on the drugs, and yet ...

Bryan Hubbard

For the benefit of mankind (but shareholders first)

November 29th 2007, 9:52AM

...l, otherwise I'll lose my entire audience in the first paragraph).The money-making ways of the drugs industry are well known to many doctors, researchers, academics, and politicians (some of whom...

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