The latest issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (JPANDS) has attracted the attention of Eli Rabett and Lauredhel. Rabett notices that JPANDS has published an updated version of the paper used to mislead folks into signing the Oregon Petition, while Lauredhel looks at a dodgy study they published arguing for an abortion breast cancer link. (It just looks at aggregate data and is obviously trumped by studies that use individual data.) This issue even has a favourable review of Tom Bethell’s Creationist tract.
Kathleen Seidel has the definitive examination of all the different kinds of pseudoscience published by JPANDS. It’s been mentioned here a couple of times: as a source by Milloy for misrepresentation of Kellermann’s firearms research and because Andrew Schlafly, of Conservapedia fame is their legal counsel.