A new organization in Spain is trying to protect patients from becoming victims of pseudoscience. They have prepared a manifesto.
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As 2018 ends, the managing editor of Science-Based Medicine comments on the future of SBM.
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Two years ago we discussed the TicTocStop, a dental appliance that the inventors assured us would help mitigate the symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. In the intervening years things have...not gone well. This illustrates the need for skepticism regarding questionable medical claims, and the importance of initiatives like AllTrials to ensure the good, the bad, and the ugly research is available to everyone.