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Science-Based Medicine

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Science-Based Medicine (or SBM) is a group blog about medicine written from a skeptical viewpoint. As a result, a lot of its content deals with alternative medicine claims.

SBM was founded by Steven Novella, MD.[1]

The site was hacked on March 10, 2013, and on April 1 the site went offline; it went back online the next day.[2]

Contributors[edit]

The editorial staff for SBM writes regularly and includes:[1]

Other contributors for SBM include:[3]

  • Joseph Albietz, MD
  • Val Jones, MD
  • Peter A. Lipson, MD
  • Scott Gavura, BScPhm, MBA, RPh
  • Jann Bellamy, JD
  • Brennen McKenzie, MA, VMD
  • John M. Snyder, MD
  • Clay Jones, MD
  • James Coyne, PhD
  • Ben Kavoussi, MS, PA-C
  • Linda Rosa, RN
  • Lorne Trottier, CM
  • David Weinberg, MD
  • Steve Hendry, BSc DDS FAGD
  • Sam Homola, DC
  • Igor Bussel, BS, MS
  • Jim Dougherty, MD, MPH, Brig Gen USAF (ret)
  • Olle Kjellin, MD, PhD
  • Andrey Pavlov, MD student
  • Grant Ritchey, DDS
  • David W. Ramey, DVM
  • David J. Kroll, PhD
  • Timothy Kreider
  • Martin Lessem, JD
  • Eugenie Mielczarek, BS, MS, PhD

Subjects[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]