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Return On Investment II: David Tuller

David Tuller

By Jennie Spotila in Occupy M.E.   Last year, I fully endorsed Dr. David Tuller’s crowdfunding appeal in support of his investigative reporting on ME. This year, I am happy to endorse Tuller’s fundraising once again. The progress report that accompanies Dr. Tuller’s fundraising request (and also posted on Virology blog) details his research, writing and publications during the last year. […]

When Medical Symptoms Are Dismissed As ‘All In Your Head

Do No Harm

By David Tuller in Berkeley Wellness. Journalist Maya Dusenbery’s new book—Doing Harm: The Truth About How Bad Medicine and Lazy Science Leave Women Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Sick—is an in-depth examination of how gender bias in medicine has negatively impacted women’s health for generations. In a starred review, Publishers Weekly noted that Doing Harm “skillfully interweaves history, medical […]

Trial By Error: The School Absence Study, Revisited

David Tuller

  By David Tuller, DrPH.   This post is about a serious issue–ethical approval for research studies involving children. It is also about how powerful institutions, like leading medical journals, respond to concerns. But the story is really too long and complicated. I recommend it only for those following things pretty closely or who for […]

David Tuller And The (S)PACE Cake Eaters

David Tuller

    By Anil van der Zee.   In 2015 David Tuller, DrPH, a Senior Fellow in Public Health in Journalism at the Center of Global Public Health, School of Public Health at Berkeley University started writing 3 very detailed blogs about the flaws of the now infamous PACE-trial. The patient community has been advocating for years, if […]

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