Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Inadvertent Accuracy

Horrible article in the Telegraph, but with a great opening paragraph:
It is not necessary to be a conspiracy theorist to recognise that the General Medical Council's recent ruling to strike professors Andrew Wakefield and John Walker-Smith off the register had the fingerprints of the medical establishment all over it. 
Well... no, it's not. The medical establishment has struck off a doctor who performed unethical experiments on kids then misreported the results to make money out of them. That's pretty much what the medical establishment is for. Of course, I'm not entirely sure that's what Le Fanu means...

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