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Andrew Wakefield sues BMJ for claiming MMR study was fraudulent

Source: Guardian Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who was struck off the medical register after triggering a health scare linking autism to the MMR vaccine, is suing the editor-in-chief of the British Medical Journal for defamation. In a complaint filed to … Continue reading

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British Team Cancels Geoengineering Experiment

Jon Cartwright Science Insider A U.K. project that is examining the feasibility of geoengineering the Earth’s climate to reduce global warming will no longer involve an outdoor experiment that was scheduled to take place later this year. The Stratospheric Particle … Continue reading

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British Petroleum engineer arrested over Gulf of Mexico oil spill

Press TV A former British Petroleum (BP) engineer is facing criminal charges over the company’s devastating oil spill in 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico. US federal prosecutors brought the first criminal charges on Tuesday over the oil spill, accusing … Continue reading

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Just Right 241 – Lord Christopher Monckton – Christopher Essex, March 15, 2012

Just Right 241 Youtube Just Right #241 – March 15, 2012. Bob Metz and Robert Vaughan host with special guests, Lord Christopher Monckton, Third Viscount of Brenchley, and Professor Christopher Essex, Associate Chair of the Department of Applied Mathematics at … Continue reading

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Homeopathy is worthless… says an expert in the subject as he claims it is unethical to prescribe treatments on NHS

Fiona MacRae Daily Mail Homeopathic potions do not work and it is unethical to give them on the NHS, a leading  scientist has claimed. Edzard Ernst, a professor of  complementary medicine, also described the logic behind homeopathy as bizarre and … Continue reading

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NIGEL FARAGE TALKS TO RADIO SYMBAN

Symbian World Radio In the programme RADIO INTERVIEWS this Sunday 19th February 2012, and from 12.00 a.m to 02.00 p.m. Tom Tsamouras welcomes Nigel Ferage British Member of the European of Parliament and leader of the UK Independence Party. Mr. … Continue reading

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Toxic metal hip implants ‘could affect thousands more people than PIP breast scandal’

Claire Bates Daily Mail Tens of thousands of UK patients may have been exposed to dangerously high levels of toxic metals from failing hip implants, according to an investigation published in the British Medical Journal. This is despite the risks … Continue reading

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British doctors endorse radical solutions to organ shortage

Michael Cook BioEdge Some of the most controversial methods of obtaining organs have been endorsed by the British Medical Association in a report released this week. “Building on Progress: what next for organ donation policy in the UK?” laments “the … Continue reading

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‘No critics’ to attend NHS meeting

BBC News Some of the fiercest critics of the planned NHS reforms in England say they have not been invited to a meeting about the changes with David Cameron. The British Medical Association and the Royal College of Nursing, which … Continue reading

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Doctors’ radical plan to tackle organ shortage: Patients could be kept alive to become donors and hearts retrieved from newborn babies in controversial BMA proposals

Jennifer Miller Bio Ethics International [Denis Campbell, Guardian] Patients could be kept alive solely so they can become organ donors, hearts could be retrieved from newborn babies for the first time, and body parts could be taken from high-risk donors … Continue reading

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