Archives: 2002 December

Diagnosing Patients in the Absence of Data

December 22nd, 2002, No Comments

To the Editor, I am extremely embarrassed by the state of medical “science”, having just read the article, “What should we say to patients with symptoms unexplained by disease? The ‘number needed to offend’” by Stone et. al. In this day and age of access to science, technology, history and philosophy, we have come to […]

Don’t believe claims that pesticides are safe!

December 16th, 2002, No Comments

To the Editor: After reading Vroom’s editorial, “Another View of Pesticide Use,” it is plain to see why it is against federal law for stakeholders (manufacturers, applicators) to make claims of pesticide safety to the public at large. Vroom ignores a huge body of literature detailing how decades of organophosphate use have affected people of […]

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