Monthly Archives: November 2011

With great Freedom comes great responsibility

Ash Pryce turns his attention to the issues surrounding the Tram Lady case. Contains strong Language Continue reading

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Not Forgotten

Keir Liddle wonders if perhaps skeptics couldn’t do something more for the victims of quackery and woo. Continue reading

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Burzynski Clinic Issues Press Release on Legal Threats

The Burzynski Clinic has apparently fired its rogue PR man – Marc Stephens – and has embarked upon a more professional approach to correcting what they see as unfair representation. We take a look at what their press release says. Continue reading

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The Problem with Pandas – Part 1

In the week that two giant pandas arrive at Edinburgh Zoo, Paul Braterman discusses some of the
trials and tribulations of this biologically beleaguered – but undeniably beautiful – mammal. Continue reading

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Burzynski: naturals not in it

Why is the Burzynski Clinic the darling of alternative medicine? Continue reading

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Skeptics News: Burzynski update

Some thoughts on recent developments in the Marc Stephens sage (HT @mjrobbins) Continue reading

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Could the Burzynski clinic fall foul of UK law?

Are those promoting the Burzynski clinic and antineoplasteon therapy in breach of MHRA rules on advertising? Continue reading

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