Pegcetacoplan, a new treatment for macular degeneration

FDA approves a new treatment for macular degeneration: the good, the bad, and the disappointing.

/ June 6, 2023

Steve Kirsch: How “anti-COVID-19 vaccine” antivax often becomes radicalized and just plain antivaccine

Tech bro turned COVID-19 misinformation superspreader and antivaxxer has now fully embraced "old school" vaccine-autism conspiracy theories, demonstrating how anti-COVID-19 vaccine antivaxxers frequently become just antivaxxers.

/ June 5, 2023

Dr. Jay Bhattacharya Responds to Words I Never Said

My critics lack the courage to accurately quote me. That tells you everything about them and nothing about me.

/ June 4, 2023

“Their Plan is Incongruent With My Existence”

The authors of the Great Barrington Declaration never asked "vulnerable" people if they were on board with their plan to lock them down for month on end, with no backup plan if herd immunity never arrived. They just wanted to impose their will on tens of millions of vulnerable Americans whether they wanted it or not.

/ June 2, 2023

Why Scientific Plausibility Matters

Why plausibility must play a central role in scientific medicine.

/ May 31, 2023
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Voices in the Vacuum

The failure of the White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator to, well, coordinate a response to COVID-19 misinformation has left physicians to fight the uphill battle on their own.

/ May 30, 2023

Open Letter to a Medical Student Part 2: “It Was Criminal in My Mind”

Some of your fans want public health officials to suffer. Should you care?

/ May 29, 2023

CDC Reports Fourth Death Blamed on Contaminated Eye Drops

An outbreak of deadly ocular infections, which have cost some people their vision and even their life, has been traced to contaminated eye drops.

/ May 26, 2023
Vitamin infusion

No evidence IV vitamin drips can treat infertility

There is no evidence IV vitamin drips can help treat infertility

/ May 25, 2023

Open Letter to a Dean: You’re Allowed to Speak

You can publicly disagree with a medical student who carries the imprimatur of your university and who has gained attention in the national media by spreading misinformation.

/ May 23, 2023