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Posted on July 21, 2021 at 09:11:10

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Institutional Corruption in the Cochrane Collaboration
By Peter C. G°tzsche, MD -February 14, 201920

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More from the disgruntled worker front, posted on July 21, 2021 at 10:09:27

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Typical Americana - Paragon of virtue trampled by corrupt establishment promising to rise from the ashes to once again ride upon his high horse. It's a movie formula I know.

Went looking for a story about corruption and all I found was a story about him.


didn't apply to me, but a good work, if factual. , posted on July 22, 2021 at 18:24:02
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I thought it a nice change to see a report fighting for science and intellectual rigor , instead of against it, promoting the use of opinions as a substitute for facts.


"Bitter, party of one--your table is ready", but..., posted on July 23, 2021 at 05:42:34

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...anyone that believes that science is not political is deluding themselves.

As a retired research scientist/university professor, I can assure you it is. You teach, you conduct research, and then you stay up all night preparing submissions (begging) for research grants/funding. The old phrase "publish or perish" holds true. Your tenure status and your departmental budget DOES depend on it. Piss-off a couple major donors/board members, and you WILL be shown the door. When I was in grad-school, one of my mentor professors was forced-out of his position because he flunked-out a medical student--whose father's last name just happened to be on the side of a wing of a major building on campus. It happens.

"So I talk to the night, I head for the light, try and hold it on the road. Thank God for the man who put
the white lines on the highway"--a very dear friend for decades Michael Stanley (Gee)--RIP


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