ometimes phenomena flare into public consciousness, crowd out other concerns, then disappear. Only later we realize that judicious assessment of the evidence might have saved a great deal of distress. There are disturbing clues that the Brazilian Zika scare might have been one such phenomenon, fueled by fear, haste, and fallacious conclusions instead of scientific […]
About Randall S. Bock
Randall S. Bock, M. D. practiced general medicine, primary care, 30 years in the Boston area, including 26 years' running his own office – and 10 years' administering an outpatient narcotic-detoxification program, via Suboxone. He currently consults with startup businesses as an angel investor and biomedical device advisor, and manages a real estate portfolio. He is active on social media and endorses the Socratic method to discourse and problem-solving.