Literature Review - Eugene Garfield

In 1985, Eugene Garfield, PhD, President & Founding Editor of The Scientist provided an excellent overview of medical literature about sensitivities. Garfield documents several approaches, as described in scientific and medical literature before the discussion was subsumed under debate about the approaches of doctors of environmental medicine. The human rights implications and lethal clinical dangers of subjecting sensitive patients to a reverse onus should be obvious to anyone familiar with the clinical and scientific approaches described in Garfield's series of 1985 articles and accompanying bibliographies. The irresponsibility of professionals who forward a self-aggrandizing revisionist history has very real ongoing consequences.

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