Scientific review of pesticide cancer risk ignites war against scientists

“Monsanto [is] a company so widely detested that a week rarely passes without at least one protest against its power and its products occurring somewhere in the world.” (Vandana Shiva) When asked about the points of criticism of his company’s aggressive marketing . . . Continue reading →

How American consumers became de facto guinea pigs

Genetic engineering – the experimental process of manipulating an organism’s genetic core (DNA) – including insertion of genes from one species into another – is one of the most polarizing issues in medicine and in food production. Genetically engineered (GE) a.k.a. genetically . . . Continue reading →

UK Tribunal Orders Disclosure of Clinical Trial Data

A battle is in full swing between scientists demanding access to clinical trial data from published reports; journal gatekeepers protect the interests of sponsors — commercial companies, academic institutions and government agencies. In numerous legal procedures, the claimed clinical trial results in . . . Continue reading →

How the case against Andrew Wakefield was concocted

The case against Andrew Wakefield was funded by Murdoch; hatched by Brian Deer; launched in the Sunday Times; magnified by the BMJ Brian Deer is a freelance reporter who was paid by the Rupert Murdoch’s Sunday Times to “find something big about . . . Continue reading →