"This foam-flecked angry rant did not look like the work of a lawyer to me. And indeed it is not. Marc Stephens appears to work for Burzynski in the form of PR, marketing and sponsorship."
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"So, when I present to the juror that my client and his cancer treatment has went up against 5 Grand Juries which involved the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Aetna Life Insurance, Emprise, Inc., Texas State Medical Board, and the United States Government, and was found not guilty in all 5 cases, you will wish you never wrote your article."One might argue that he is strongly implying that he is an attorney representing a 'client.' BTW -- such horrible grammar.
"TRUTH and PROOF are the same thing..it all derives from LOGIC. Its like telling me the united states is a country. BY LAW its not its a corporation. Just read the preamble of the constitution..if youre smart you will see the PROOF."
First, a nice bit of news: Marc Stephens, the lunatic who stirred up the recent blogospheric buzz with his clumsy thuggery, no longer has a "professional relationship" with the Burzynski clinic, that warehouse of quackery. One thing about charlatans is that they have a fine-tuned sense of who might be hurting their bottom line.
But the damage has already been done. The Burzynski clinic is getting scrutinized.
Josephine Jones is tracking all the commentary.
And this is rich: Jen McCreight digs into the Burzynski publications list. Would you believe it's a collection of marginal, low-impact journals and unreviewed conference presentations? Yeah, I knew you would.
Is it so surprising where desperate parents will turn in the search for a cure for their terminally ill child?
What was the level and tone of responses from readers to this article, what concerns did they raise, how justified do we think these concerns are, what criticisms do we reject and why do we reject them, and what, if anything, will we do differently in the future?"
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