Tag Archives: Virology blog

Academics object to the continued publication of the Lightning Process for children study

Trial By Error: an open letter to Dr Godlee about BMJ’s ethically bankrupt actions, by David Tuller in Virology blog, 28 August 2019   I have sent the following letter to Dr Fiona Godlee, editorial director of BMJ, about Archives … Continue reading

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Lancet continues to ignore request to reassess the reported PACE findings

Virology Blog post, 13 August, 2018: Trial By Error: Open Letter to The Lancet, version 3.0, by David Tuller, DrPH Two months ago, Professor Racaniello sent Lancet editor Richard Horton an open letter about the indisputable methodological and ethical failings of the PACE trial. This … Continue reading

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PACE trial: yet another appeal to the Lancet, with more on board

Trial By Error: Yet Another Appeal to The Lancet, With More On Board, by David Tuller, DrPH, in Virology blog, 10 July 2018 Last month, Professor Racaniello sent Lancet editor Richard Horton an open letter about the PACE trial signed … Continue reading

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Trial By Error: The NICE “Topic Expert” Reports (FOI)

Virology blog post, by David Tuller, 11 September 2017: Trial By Error: The NICE “Topic Expert” Reports Freedom of Information requests to NICE My first recent freedom of information request to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) … Continue reading

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An open letter re PACE trial to Psychological Medicine, again!

Virology blog post, by Prof Vincent Racaniello, 23 March 2017: An open letter to Psychological Medicine, again! Last week, Virology Blog posted an open letter to the editors of Psychological Medicine. The letter called on them to retract the misleading … Continue reading

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An open letter calling for retraction of the PACE trial

WAMES supports the call for a retraction of the PACE trial in an open letter published in the Virology blog, 13 March 2017: An open letter to Psychological Medicine about “recovery” and the PACE trial 13 March 2017 Dr. Robin Murray … Continue reading

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Tuller says FITNET fraught with misrepresentations & methodological problems

Virology blog post, by David Tuller, 21 November 2016: Trial By Error, Continued: The New FITNET Trial for Kids The article challenges: the failure of PACE researchers to acknowledge failings of PACE the unproven use of CBT to reverse false … Continue reading

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Dr Tuller’s questions for Lancet Editor Dr Horton on handling of PACE trial issues

Virology blog post, by David Tuller DrPH, 1 September 2016: Trial By Error, Continued: My Questions for Lancet Editor Richard Horton  In January, I posted a list of the questions I still wanted to ask the PACE authors, who have … Continue reading

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Lancet invites letter re PACE, then decides not to publish

Virology blog post, by Vincent Racaniello, 29 August 2016: Once Again, Lancet Stumbles on PACE Last February, Virology Blog posted an open letter to The Lancet and its editor, Dr. Richard Horton, describing the indefensible flaws of the PACE trial … Continue reading

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Key scientists ask Lancet for independent re-analysis of PACE trial

Six eminent researchers, 5 from the USA, 1 from Britain, have sent an open letter to the Editor of the Lancet urging the appointment of an independent panel of researchers to investigate the journal’s reporting of the PACE trial in 2011, due to the … Continue reading

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