Aspirin: no surprise there, then
The HIV test for detecting AIDS is surrounded by controversy. Leaving aside the arguments about the supposed link between HIV and AIDS - still hotly debated in medical circles - the test
It''s been reckoned that around 90 per cent of surgical treatments and interventions have never been scientifically evaluated. This is perhaps not so surprising when you take into account the ethics involved:
What is ME?
Myalgic encephalomyelitis, or chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), although treated as a 21st-century mystery, or all in the sufferer’s head, is a disorder of the nervous, immune and endocrine systems.
Q My son, aged 38, was diagnosed with hepatitis C about five years ago. He tried Chinese herbs and acupuncture for some months, but with little success. He was offered the then experimental chemotherapy