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Want expert advice? Don't listen to experts

Postby erinc14 » Sat Aug 07, 2010 3:05 pm

Experts have made some whopping great mistakes. Dr. Spock revised his child-caring theories that had shaped two generations of American children under feminist pressures and to make them politically correct -- the kids be damned. Radio was considered by many to be a passing fad that had no future; X-rays were denounced as a fraud, in much that same way that the controversial "liberation" treatment for multiple sclerosis, which seems to work for some patients, has now been branded a scientific error.

Canadian MS victims should be grateful to the government of Saskatchewan for persisting in setting up clinical trials of the possible treatment despite the negativity of a group of European experts. It deserves at least a chance.

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinio ... 78514.html
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