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Ben Goldacre's All Trials Registered | All Results Reported Campaign.

Here's the link to the main web page, with a chance to sign the petition.

http://www.alltrials.net/

Once you're there, click on the link with the title below to learn what it's all about.

The AllTrials campaign calls for all past and present clinical trials to be registered and their results reported.

"Clinical trials are investigations designed to assess the effects – wanted and unwanted – of healthcare interventions in people. The Declaration of Helsinki, which is the World Medical Association’s statement of principles for medical research involving people, states that every investigator running a clinical trial should register it and report its results. Millions of volunteers have participated in clinical trials to help find out more about the effects of treatments on disease, yet that important ethical principle about reporting has been widely ignored. Information on what was done and what was found in these trials could be lost forever to doctors and researchers, leading to bad treatment decisions, missed opportunities for good medicine, and trials being repeated. This is what led to the AllTrials campaign in January 2013, a campaign which is now supported by thousands of individual patients, clinicians and researchers across the world, and by hundreds of organisations representing millions of people.

This document sets out more information about achieving a situation globally where all trials are registered and results reported. It is an achievement that will involve regulators and registries, clinical trial funders, universities and institutes, professional and learned societies and medical journals, patients and researchers.

This document is part of a continuing discussion which many different organisations are working on elaborating further over coming weeks and months.


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Organic Food Causes Autism and Diabetes

http://kfolta.blogspot.ca/2013/02/organic-food-causes-autism.html

Yup.

A good look at GMO denialism.

http://theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/golden-rice-a-touchstone/

Review of 10 years of GMO research–no significant dangers

http://www.skepticalraptor.com/skepticalraptorblog.php/review-10-years-gmo-research-no-significant-dangers/

The problem with taking too many vitamins

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24563590?utm_content=buffer9bef8&utm_source=buffer&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Buffer

Vitamin Supplements Dangerous But Government Can’t Tell You

http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/vitamin-supplements-dangerous-but-government-cant-tell-you/

20 points of broad scientific consensus on GE crops

http://www.biofortified.org/2013/10/20-points-of-broad-scientific-consensus-on-ge-crops/

Good stuff by Pamela Ronald.

Buddhist Economics and A GMO rethink by Pamela Ronald

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/food-matters/2013/09/06/buddhist-economics-and-a-gmo-rethink/

AN ORGANIC FARMER AND A GENETICIST WALK INTO A FIELD

For Pamela Ronald and Raoul Adamchak, genetic engineering and organic farming are both legitimate tools for pursuing sustainable agriculture.
http://ensia.com/articles/an-organic-farmer-and-a-geneticist-walk-into-a-field/

"The debate around genetically engineered crops and organic farming usually begins well beyond a point of no return. Heels dug in, opposing sides accuse one another of being anti-environment or anti-science, evil or ignorant. From there, what takes place is something closer to a schoolyard shouting match than adult discourse.

This is not usually a good — or very successful — place to start honest discussions looking to move conversations forward.

And it’s not the starting point for Pamela Ronald, a University of California, Davis, plant geneticist, and Raoul Adamchak, a farmer who runs the student organic farm on campus. The two are co-authors of Tomorrow’s Table: Organic Farming, Genetics, and the Future of Food. They are also married — a truly odd couple in a world divided by preconceived notions and decisions before discussions.

Debates pitting genetic engineering against organic agriculture, focus on, among other things, what each camp feels is necessary to feed a growing population. Both claim to have science on their side when it comes to producing the amount of food needed in a way that will do the least harm to the environment. But, where others see opposition, Ronald and Adamchak contend the two practices should be used in tandem toward the goal of sustainable agriculture.

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A great introduction, and I can't recommend their book enough.

Wheat Belly, Busted

http://noglutennoproblem.blogspot.com/2012/03/wheat-belly-busted.html
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