Medical Weblog awards---the news is good

Blog buddy and all-around great guy lucite box of diodes, Orac of Respectful Insolence, has won "Best Health Policies/Ethics Weblog of 2008", sponsored by MedGadget.com. According to the website:

Orac of Respectful Insolence has been chosen as the Best Health Policies/Ethics Weblog of 2008. As one of the members of Science Blogs, Orac attempts to bring sanity to the world full of medical quackery. His efforts at exposing the dangers of alternative medicine, pseudoscience, and evolution deniers have made Orac one of the most recognized online activists against medical fraud and pseudoscience.

I couldn't have said it better myself.

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