A small group has gathered at the World Health Organization in Geneva to discuss a controversy over experiments that generated genetically altered viruses. After the meeting, which ends Friday, the WHO will announce what happened behind closed doors.
In the December 2011 issue of Foot and Ankle Specialist, there is an interesting article titled “Long-Term Results of Neurectomy in the Treatment of Morton’s Neuroma: More Than 10 Years’ Follow-Up.”1
What is interesting about this article? There are several things really. First, in an inset sidebar on the first page of the article, it says: “… the cause of Morton’s neuroma remains unclear, and its etiology and treatment remain matters of controversy.”