Archive for November, 2017

The straight case for mind bending

6 by / on 29 Nov 2017, / in Psychiatric drugs

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about a remarkable study, just published in the BMJ which had found that over half of the new cancer drugs released onto the market in a four year period by the EU drugs regulator had no good evidence that they were effective. In other words, there was also no evidence that their benefits outweighed their risk or that they were value for money.

Current Posts – 29 Nov 2017

by / on 29 Nov 2017, / in editorial

Psychedelic drugs have long been […]

Doctors and patients haven’t been told the truth about cancer drugs for years. Here’s why and what to do…

10 by / on 8 Nov 2017, / in cancer

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about a remarkable study, just published in the BMJ which had found that over half of the new cancer drugs released onto the market in a four year period by the EU drugs regulator had no good evidence that they were effective. In other words, there was also no evidence that their benefits outweighed their risk or that they were value for money.

Current Posts – 08 Nov 2017

by / on 8 Nov 2017, / in editorial

The public news about cancer […]

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