User talk:Doc James
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Doc James, The article Stomach cancer deals primarily with adenocarcinoma of the stomach. Shouldn't this be stated at the beginning of the article by mentioning this as well as the other (rare) but medically important types of stomach cancer, i.e. the lymphomas which, unlike stomach adenocarcinoma, may be cured with antibiotic therapy? joflaher (User talk:joflahr) 6:21, 6 December 2019 (EST)
Doc James, thanks for the changes to Stomach cancer. I assume that my incorrect citation for B-cell lymphomas has been corrected. If not, please tell me where you found it so that I give the correct citation. joflaher (User talk:joflahr) 4:15, 7 December 2019 (UTC)
Remove COI Tag
I removed the COI tag from Dr. Panda page as the content that was added previously removed. However, you added the tag back. Now that the page does not have any content that was previously updated, why does it still hold the COI tag? Sonder000 (talk) 23:59, 6 December 2019 (UTC)
thanks for letting me know about how to use the talk page. This will let us talk through how to best expand the iatrogenic botulism. The medical knowledge about botulism is scattered and inconsistent between countries and even between "thought leaders" in institutions. I feel wikipedia provides an excellent venue to aggregate the available information. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Skye Bravo (talk • contribs) 03:30, 7 December 2019 (UTC)
December 7, 2019: The entry reads under injection reads, "...use of inappropriate strengths" which is clearly not accurate based on hundreds of documented cases of botulism post-Botox at FDA approved amounts. I can produce as many peer-reviewed citations as necessary to establish this point. To NOT include this vital perspective, is to allow consumers to be educated with a half-truth....YES, botulism can (and has) occur from inappropriate uses and YES, botulism HAS occurred with standard of care doses and FDA approved doses.
It would be a fallacy to assume something is true based on assumptions, rather than intensely-researched medical facts. Getting a second opinion from another person who lacks the same intensely-researched medical facts does not make the original premise valid. It makes two misinformed physicians. What I am offering to you (and the world) is EVIDENCE to chip away at the IGNORANCE that has grown around botulinum toxin, a substance developed by the US military to use in biological warfare and a substance that remains a Select Agent. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Skye Bravo (talk • contribs) 18:52, 7 December 2019 (UTC)
“Medical citation needed “
Hi @ Doc James, I have come across a few pages where “ medical citation needed “ was quoted. Could you please tell me the criteria, like is it the accepted medical books or any particular literature expected to cite here? Angunnu (talk) 06:25, 12 December 2019 (UTC)
Popular culture section in thalidomide
I thought you don't need references for plots of TV episodes and movies, because their plot sections on wikipedia don't have references. See Wall-E#Plot.