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Cancer patients at risk from inaccurate clinical reporting in a high-profile alternative treatment story: comments and corrections

Med J Aust 2010; 193 (6): 371-373.

To the Editor: I would like to correct some inaccuracies in an article by Jelinek and Gawler in the December 2008 issue of the Journal about a survivor of disseminated osteosarcoma.1

  • Grace O Gawler

  • Supportive Care, Integrated Cancer Solutions, Gold Coast, QLD.

Correspondence: grace@gracegawler.com

Acknowledgements: 

I would like to thank Professor Ray Lowenthal for his assistance and feedback, and the staff of Australian Doctor for their assistance in retrieving archived material.

Competing interests:

I am a co-founder of the Gawler Foundation and the former wife of the patient. I left the employ of the Gawler Foundation in 1996. My memoirs were published in October 2008 as an aid to correcting years of misinformation and misreporting about my former husband’s remission.

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