Monthly Archives: December 2014

What is peer review really? (part 7 – an amusing aside)

Originally posted on Anti-THR Lies and related topics:
by Carl V Phillips A couple of weeks ago, a funny story came out about a peer-reviewed journal accepting a “paper” which consists of nothing but the message (in the title, repeated in the text…

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Burstyn comments at FDA workshop on ecig science

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by Igor Burstyn [Editor’s Note: As I mentioned previously, FDA refused CASAA’s application to have Igor appear on the agenda of the FDA workshop on e-cigarette chemistry and related science. After seeing who they did…

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CDC lies about ecigs and children again (wait, have I used that title before?)

Originally posted on Anti-THR Lies and related topics:
by Carl V Phillips The CDC issued a press release about children and e-cigarettes again today (which is basically just another way of repeating the title of this post). Their headline claim…

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New York Times Editorial Board lies about smokeless tobacco labeling

Originally posted on Anti-THR Lies and related topics:
by Carl V Phillips The New York Times Editorial Board has come out against allowing the “warning” label changes that Swedish Match requested in their MRTP application. They probably did not set…

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What is peer review really? (part 4a – case study followup)

Originally posted on Anti-THR Lies and related topics:
by Carl V Phillips I thought it would be worth taking this series non-linear to follow up on Part 4, which used the recent Popova-Ling “peer-reviewed journal article” as a case-study to…

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More on the FDA and MRTP

Originally posted on Anti-THR Lies and related topics:
by Carl V Phillips In the previous post, I linked to CASAA’s comment to the FDA re Swedish Match’s MRTP application, wherein they ask to be able to change the “warning” labels…

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