True in my case. There was not good evidence for me to have been prescribed this, and yet I was, and the person who prescribed it is not accountable for it. But they should be because it was recklessly prescribed despite the lack of good evidence and the conflicting evidence at the time. I think thats pretty scary, because you dont know whether a health preofesional is prescribing for you bassed on real evidence or something without foundation. Same with these scientists, from what i have read of the case (and it may be inaccurate) they made assurances, but they werent in a position to make them as there was not enough evidence to back them up. That is why they are in trouble, but i feel sorry for them, to a point, because it is a very new thing to get in trouble in this way. Usually, as a scientist, same as with medicine, you can say what you like usually and stand behind the fact that it is your personal medical opinion. Which i dont think is acceptable when these decisions cost lives.