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A delicious and nutritious failure of regulation and accreditation

Horse meat has been on the menu recently – perhaps for much longer than we realise. Dr Richard North helpfully comments on how this shows the failure of the EU regulatory regime.  Click through and read the posts in his … Continue reading

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Is there a cure for corporate crime in the drug industry?

AL Bloomfield advised, “There are some patients that we cannot help; there are none that we cannot harm.” Having the potential to do less good than the pharma industry, perhaps the accreditation cartel has less potential to do harm.  But perhaps … Continue reading

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