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Myths, Presumptions, and Facts about Organisational Obesity

False and scientifically unsupported beliefs about accreditation are pervasive in both scientific literature and the cartel’s advertising.  The problem is less pervasive than obesity, but studies on obesity gives clues to how many facts are counterintuitive – at least if … Continue reading

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Normally useless

Overall, general health checks were not found to reduce total or cause-specific morbidity or mortality risks. Most doctors will not be surprised to learn that general health checks are of no benefit for a typical patient.  Yet they participate in burdensome accreditation schemes … Continue reading

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