This post was "inspired" by an editorial from Scientific American (and I am riding its coattails) because I needed someone to call out the broken process. The essay does make some generalisations, however. Yet, it is still relevant because we, as scientists (and clinicians) owe it to our patients who look up to us. We … Continue reading Good science, Bad Science: Why don’t we get a “cure” for cancer?
It brought back vivid memories of Windows 3.1 and then Windows 95. I haven't used Windows for a long time as my daily driver dependent only on Linux and then Mac (only for the software). This is a ringside view for complex hierarchical systems, human resources and technology. Good recommended read. It is a good … Continue reading Speaking Truth to Power: Reflections on My Career at Microsoft