This Blog Is ‘Not Suitable For Dissemination Through The Internet’ 1

The editors of the prestigious European Heart Journal have decided that this blog, or at least one recent post, “is “not suitable for dissemination through the internet.”

I beg to differ.

In an EHJ editorial, Is the panic about beta-blockers in perioperative care justified?the authors, the editors of the journal, led by editor-in-chief Thomas Lüscher, repeatedly criticize a post I wrote a few weeks ago with an intentionally provocative headline, “Medicine Or Mass Murder? Guideline Based on Discredited Research May Have Caused 800,000 Deaths In Europe Over The Last 5 Years.”

Their editorial begins:

Controversial issues need proper discussion, both in science and clinical medicine. Sometimes the interpretation of the available data is complex and not suitable for dissemination through the internet.1

That reference at the end refers to my earlier article.

Click here to read the full post on Forbes.

 

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  1. Pingback: Weekend reads: MIT professor accused of fraud, biologist who retracted paper suspended, and more | Retraction Watch

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