Re-post from MedScape – very controversial but all too true! Easy Tiny URL to share:  https://tinyurl.com/y6pjxyl9 To Maintain Trust in Science, Lose the Peer Review Benjamin Mazer, MD, MBA; John M. Mandrola, MD February 19, 2019   “Trust me, I’m a doctor.” In the Internet age, that phrase has never been more fraught. Uncertainty is […]

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Gibson Report ~ Ruthless Reality: Making Abortion Illegal or Unattainable as a political strategy to Win Elections:

by faithgibson March 16, 2019

Gibson Reports-2019_#2 Easy shortcut to share –> http://tinyurl.com/y6jpguf2 Message to Men: “If you don’t want to raise a baby, then don’t ejaculate in a woman’s birth canal !” This is the second half of a political report from another of my websites. Here is the link to the first part of the story   Part […]

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History, Theory & Practice of IA – addendum to “False Association btw the routine use of c-EFM to prevent cerebral palsy in babies, pelvic floor damage in moms & protect OBs from lawsuits”

by faithgibson March 12, 2019

Stand-alone Addendum for mfry educators, students journalists and patients’ rights and product liability attorneys Easy Shortcut to share –> http://tinyurl.com/y3evnwwa   word count 4100 A brief history of monitoring  the unborn baby: Intermittent Auscultation ~ its verbs, nouns, and physician-inventors. For information about fetal monitoring as an electronic device (i.e., noun instead of an action verb), […]

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The Gibson Report ~ Hx & Use of Intermittent Auscultation (IA) to replace routine c-EFM in healthy labor patients with normal pregnancies ~ Part 3 of 3

by faithgibson March 11, 2019

Gibson Report #1 – continued ~ 2019  part 3 ~ Easy shortcut to share –> http://tinyurl.com/y65wzon5        word count 4700 How did the extreme discordance btw the scientific studies and current obstetrical standard of care come about? A quick history of fetal monitoring: Intermittent Auscultation & EFM ~ verbs, nouns, and names of […]

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