“The latest developments in medicine are conjuring up images of bastions collapsing into a heap of rubble. Medicine is supposed to be a science. That means looking for disproof of any new hypothesis, not manufacturing supportive evidence. Doubt of one’s own judgment is the chief characteristic of scientific thinking. Unfortunately medicine is a science that creates big business – and doubt delays or interferes with making big bucks fast, so the garbage gets a chance to pile up.”
Read the full article by Helke Ferrie in this month’s Vitality.