Not All Medical Studies are Published

I didn’t know how deep this deception went, so this video opened my eyes a little further. Honestly, it seems like what ever the government, its organisations and systems touch can’t be trusted.

In this Ted Talk by Dr. Ben Goldacre, he shares his experience with finding studies to help him prescribe drugs to his patients. The bias publication of such studies is the topic and focusses on the positive studies being published and the studies with negative impacts to human health not being published.

Description of Talk

When a new drug gets tested, the results of the trials should be published for the rest of the medical world — except much of the time, negative or inconclusive findings go unreported, leaving doctors and researchers in the dark. In this impassioned talk, Ben Goldacre explains why these unreported instances of negative data are especially misleading and dangerous.

Shockingly, this talk was given in 2012. What are the chances this practice has changed?

To watch the 13-minute video, go to TED Talks: What doctors don’t know about drugs they prescribe.

6 thoughts on “Not All Medical Studies are Published

  1. I agree with you. I now question everything that has been told/taught to me. It feels like the wall of lies are crumbling quicker as time passes. Our history is the great lie. There are truth-sayers out there, and I look for them in places governments and their thugs hide in the shadows.

    What I firmly believe is that great civilizations have been on Earth before, and we are just another one that will soon fall.

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  2. I think the deception is far greater than hardly anyone suspects. Not just medical but all sciences have been corrupted for a very long time. History is a complete sham and even though it’s too hard for most people to even consider, it all starts with the shape of the ground we stand on. Listening to the talk now, thanks.

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