Archive for March, 2009

The New York Times gets it right with maggots

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 30, 2009

Anecdotal evidence triumphs again in the Daily Mail

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 29, 2009

Mongolian shamans and autism

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 27, 2009

The week in medical news

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 23, 2009

Times misreports maggot therapy research

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 20, 2009

Cambridge entry level to be A*AA – what about access?

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 18, 2009

Report on 17 March Meeting, BMA House, London

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 17, 2009

The prescription charges maze – 2

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 16, 2009

Early patient contact for Cambridge medical students

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 10, 2009

The end of confidentiality? – 2

Posted by: Nicholas Swetenham on March 3, 2009