All through the book Ben makes use of well documented examples, and all the issues highlighted are well documented and exemplified.
We do not know either the positive results or the negative results properly, and so no one can get a proper overall view of which drug is good for which patients.
You will become, in short order, very angry indeed, and then you will be told what you can do about that anger - whether you are a patient or a doctor.
As the second book I have read from the author and the fourth book overall in related topics concerning corruption in contemporary medicine, it is helpful that the author... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nathan Albright
I knew from the first few pages of this book that Goldacre had done his homework and would back his arguments with facts and plenty of references. Read morePublished 2 months ago by G
A must read, I spread the word to others and have loaned it to a few people wno've agreedPublished 3 months ago by gino
Essential reading for anyone who cares about the difference between what has been shown and what is propaganda. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Phylis K. Stein
You can view Goldacre via You Tube is you wish to get a fuller sense of the man. I enjoy his writings and doesn't disappoint. Read morePublished 5 months ago by G. Menassas
Good points but too whiny. I prefer to read the same information from a more positive view.Published 5 months ago by Kimberley McManus
very right-to-the-core insight into drug company's "money is the boss" point of view.Published 5 months ago by CHAO-MING CHEN