Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Disseminating the Burzynski Plot

Obviously I haven't got a lot of time for skeptical activism these days.  My position on Maslow's hierarchy has shifted since becoming a father.  I'm not complaining, just stating a fact.  These days all I can really manage is a trip to SitP almost once a month (which is mostly social in tone) and to organize the yearly CCSS, and an occasional blog post...usually one that is largely pointing out something that should get as much attention as possible - not that my minor readership really boosts that my much.

This post is precisely that.

Perhaps you've heard about Burzynski Clinic and it's current shennanigans.

If you haven't then read this piece by Scott Gavura - yeah he gets a lot of love here - on Skeptic North.  It does a pretty good job of summing up the details. Then, if you are "in" pass it on.  Facebook, Twitter, Blog, Google+ - whatever.  Just help make these bullies get their just desserts.

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