• University of Auckland - Lynda Bryder

    The University of Auckland

    Overview of Complaints to the The University of Auckland requesting correction of errors in Professor Linda Bryder’s book published by Auckland University PressClare Matheson Complaint to The University of Auckland and the University responseSandra Coney and Phillida Bunkle Complaint to The University of AucklandReply from The University of Auckland to Sandra Coney and Phillida Bunkle COMPLAINTS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLANDProfessor Bryder is a professor at The University of Auckland. Her book was first published by the University of Auckland Press in 2009, before being published in Britain in 2010. Challenges about errors in the book have raised significant issues concerning the responsibility for adhering to the precepts of ethical…

  • University of Auckland - Lynda Bryder

    Recent Controversy Concerning Professor Linda Bryder’s Historical Revisionism

    Controversy in the New Zealand Medical Journal, 2010Professor Ron Jones asks ‘Why Did So Many Women Develop Cancer’ in the New Zealand Medical Journal, 2010Professor Charlotte Paul critiques Professor Bryder’s book, 2010Phillida Bunkle points out the consequences of Professor Bryder’s lack of familiarity with the patient case histories in the New Zealand Medical Journal, letters, 2010Phillida Bunkle analyses the weakness of professor Bryder’s argument in the Women’s Studies Journal, 2010 CONTROVERSY IN THE NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNALThe publication of Professor Linda Bryder’s revisionist volumes denying the occurrence of the Unfortunate Experiment, or harm to patients aroused controversy in the New Zealand Medical Journal in 2010. Professor Ron Jones, a gynaecologist…

  • Medical Response

    Medical Follow-up

    Lancet OncologyAustralia & New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology LANCET ONCOLOGYIn May 2008 Margaret McCredie, Charlotte Paul and others published a study in Lancet Oncology (Vol. 9 (5) which while acknowledging that the Unfortunate Experiment had been unethical, made ethical use of the data it had generated to extract as much information as possible about the long term efficacy of treating women with precancerous lesions.The study re-examined the original pathological specimens of women diagnosed with cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 3 (CIN3) at National Women’s Hospital between 1955 and 1974. (The diagnosis CIN3 has replaced the category of CIS and is somewhat more inclusive and precise that the older classification.). The…