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Adventures in ill-advised medical contrarianism

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On November 9, 2009
Over at Science-Based Medicine, Mark Crislip offers a long, detailed and highly-informed critique of this cover story in The Atlantic that speculates (sloppily) about the efficacy and safety of the vaccine for H1N1/09. Unlike Crislip, I’m not an infectious disease doctor and I don’t intent to play one in the blogosphere, but this is an […]
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