Current Posts – 10 Dec 2022

 While Alzheimer’s drugs have been repeatedly failing trials, other researchers have been gathering data showing that dementia is not a grim and inevitable decline. The brain is affected by health problems in your body and there are many ways to stay healthier that can help protect your brain cells as well. [Read the post…]

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Normally, when official NHS medical bodies declare there is no evidence to support some non-drug or lifestyle treatment, that’s it. X doesn’t work. It’s official. Those aware of the benefits have neither the resources nor the ability to mount an effective rebuttal. A campaign to gather evidence for the benefit of high-dose vitamin C to treat Covid-19 infected patients is changing that. Official claims to assess the evidence are shown to be confused and misleading. [Read the post…]

A remarkably unequal knock-down, drag-out contest is about to kick off over cholesterol-lowering.  In one corner is a major drug company with a massive PR team and a relatively new drug that hammers down cholesterol. In the other is a Lancashire GP who has long claimed cholesterol is innocent with a new book that explains what really causes heart disease. If science was the referee would be a slam-dunk for the GP. [Read the post…]

The dismissal of patients as deluded or malicious when they challenge the benefits or safety of medical treatments has reached a crescendo with the arrival of the vaccine. So, the recent decision by NICE to reject a treatment for CFS/ME that patients had campaigned against for a decade is to be welcomed. Medical experts aren’t always right, and patients deserve more respect and attention when they disagree. [Read the post…]



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