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Time for a “Chilcot Inquiry” into the UK Policy on Diabetes

Chilcot: a devastating critique of government in the UK The report of the Inquiry conducted by Sir John Chilcot is a devastating condemnation of the Blair government’s decision to participate in the invasion of Iraq in March 2003. It provides a long list of failures, which demonstrates unbelievable incompetence, which has resulted in death, destruction

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201. Let those with Diabetes Speak for Themselves

In this blog, I will highlight the views and experience of those who have succeeded in coping effectively with their condition. Invariably this has been achieved by reducing consumption of sugar and carbohydrates and replacing them with healthy fats (LCHF). Usually this has been in direct conflict with the advice from the official sources. In September

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177. Statins: A Disturbing Study about Adverse Side Effects

I have just discovered a fascinating paper which describes the results of gathering and collating information from self-reported accounts of adverse reactions to statins (1). It has been published on the internet by the Journal of Independent Medical Researchers, which enables individuals to present their thoughts and ideas. All those involved give their time free

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171. Bad Science

In an ideal world, the various checks and balances that are applied would ensure that information presented in the scientific journals, especially those regarded as prestigious, is sound and reliable. Unfortunately there is convincing evidence that this is not the case. In an article published in the BMJ, Tricia Greenhalgh and colleagues have concluded that

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167. HUGE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE NEW GOVERNMENT TO DEVISE A RADICAL HEALTH POLICY (PART 2)

In part 1, I described how there is a real scope for reducing the expenditure on drugs and many medical procedures which make little contribution to improving health and very often do more harm than good. In this blog the emphasis will be to focus on the potential for curing and preventing diseases by making

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