Category Archives: research

Dolcefino: "Burzynski has published!"

What are we to make of Wayne Dolcifinos assertion that Burzynski has published clinical data?

But not in peer reviewed medical journals in annual reports to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission? Continue reading

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Burzynski: The CDA-2 Saga

There have been some interesting developments on the #Burzynski hashtag over on twitter related to a chemical solution known as CDA-2.

What are the potential implications of this for critics and skeptics of Burzynski? Continue reading

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iPads for tramps – good news for London

To track the spread and symptoms of treatment resistant TB members of the homeless were given iPads. Continue reading

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A (near) human tragedy, and a visit to the dentist

Some time a little less than 2 million years ago, an adult female of the family of apelike creatures to which humans are related by descent was walking through the woodland of southern Africa with her younger companion (child? brother?) when the soft soil gave way beneath their feet… Continue reading

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Bite Sized Science: Square jawed tough guy?

The image of the rugged, wide faced, square jawed tough guy conjures up all manner of stereotypes about what kind of person they are. But how many of these hold true? Continue reading

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Chiropractic: a treatment for neck pain or a pain in the neck?

Chiropractic has not often been out of the news in recent months – bad news, that it! Edzard Ernst explains in this 21st Floor guest post. Continue reading

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Sleeping with one eye open

Peter Harrison explores the Delphinidae and curious sleep phenomena. Continue reading

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