When a study showed that antibiotics are associated with breast cancer, the authors did another study that appears to be an attempt to disprove their earlier results. Other studies that claim to find no association are deeply flawed. Clearly, the goals are not to find the truth or improve health. Evidence based medicine is based on intentionally flawed science.
Drugs, Money & Cancer – Photo by Bryan Chan, Cancer words added
by Heidi Stevenson
Back in 2004, a study reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) documented a direct relationship between breast cancer and antibiotic use. After a brief flurry, the study quietly faded from the public’s—and modern medicine’s—consciousness.
This was their conclusion:
In summary, we found that increased use of antibiotics was associated with increased risk of incident and fatal breast cancer for a variety of antibiotic classes. (more…)