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Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

The Lancet: Meta-analysis shows that alteplase given promptly after stroke – Science Codex

Posted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Many more stroke patients could benefit from thrombolytic treatment (the use of drugs to break up or dissolve blood clots), but it needs to be administered as quickly as possible after the first signs of illness, according to new findings from the largest meta-analysis to date investigating the clot-busting drug alteplase. The study, which involved more than 6700 stroke patients, is published in The Lancet. The emergency treatment with alteplase…

Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Lancet: a Home for Evil’s Useful Idiots – Town Hall

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Two weeks ago, the British medical journal, Lancet, considered to be one of the world’s leading medical publications, published “An open letter for the people in Gaza.” Signed by four European doctors on behalf of 20 others (17 from Italy and three from the United Kingdom), the letter had virtually nothing to do with medicine. Rather, it was a grotesque attack on Israel. Some excerpts: …

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Prominent UK Medical Journal: Letters from ‘Israeli Academics’ Not Welcome – Breitbart News

Posted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Response to “An open letter for the people of Gaza”: Like your correspondents, Manduca et al (An open letter for the people for Gaza 22 July 2014), we too are appalled by the tragic situation in Gaza. Unlike them, however, our letter has been written on behalf of the people of both Gaza and Israel.   We take strong issue with both the factual and…

Israel advocates get little space to respond to epistle in ‘The Lancet’ – Jerusalem Post

Posted: Monday, August 04, 2014

The British journal The Lancet has published online and in its print edition a nearly 1,600-word “letter” attacking Israel over the war against Hamas. The Lancet is a London-based, weekly peer-reviewed general medical journal, established in 1823 by an English surgeon and today owned by the Elsevier publishing house. Its name, “lancet,” refers to a surgical instrument and to a type of window…

Makers of blood-thinning drug Pradaxa ‘put marketing ahead of safety’, British … – Yahoo!7 News

Posted: Monday, August 04, 2014

ABC Pradaxa was launched in 2009 to much fanfare. About 30,000 Australians on a new blood-thinning drug could have been put at increased risk of internal bleeding because the drug’s makers withheld safety information. Figures obtained by the ABC reveal Pradaxa has been associated with 280 deaths in Australia and 1,400 adverse drug reactions in the past five years, including abdominal bleeding, brain haemorrhages, strokes and heart attacks. By comparison,…

Makers of blood-thinning drug Pradaxa ‘put marketing ahead of safety’, British … – Yahoo!7 News

Posted: Monday, August 04, 2014

ABC Pradaxa was launched in 2009 to much fanfare. About 30,000 Australians on a new blood-thinning drug could have been put at increased risk of internal bleeding because the drug’s makers withheld safety information. Figures obtained by the ABC reveal Pradaxa has been associated with 280 deaths in Australia and 1,400 adverse drug reactions in the past five years, including abdominal bleeding, brain haemorrhages, strokes and heart attacks. By comparison,…

Makers of blood-thinning drug Pradaxa ‘put marketing ahead of safety’, British … – Yahoo!7 News

Posted: Monday, August 04, 2014

ABC Pradaxa was launched in 2009 to much fanfare. About 30,000 Australians on a new blood-thinning drug could have been put at increased risk of internal bleeding because the drug’s makers withheld safety information. Figures obtained by the ABC reveal Pradaxa has been associated with 280 deaths in Australia and 1,400 adverse drug reactions in the past five years, including abdominal bleeding, brain haemorrhages, strokes and heart attacks. By comparison,…