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Are Elite Medical Journals Reliable? Depends.


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On occasion I have written articles here at American Thinker, criticizing top rank medical journals of editorial malfeasance, particularly on two politically charged topics, global warming/climate change, and air quality health risks. I don’t take those criticisms back at all -- and False Positive: A Year of Error, Omission, and Political Correctness in The New England Journal of Medicine, published this year by extraordinary physician/psychiatrist/author/essayist Anthony Daniels (pen name Theodore Dalrymple) is an excellent exhibit to support my position.

Dr. Daniels, author of more than 30 books and more than a thousand published essays at many different outlets on medical/cultural/legal/philosophical/foreign affairs issues, reviewed every 2017 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, arguably the most prominent of medical journals in the world, and concluded they are pathetically inclined to publish trash in matters that are politically charged.

Are Elite Medical Journals Reliable? Depends.

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