In 2006, I got all over a New England Journal of Medicine report that showed evidence for screening smokers with CT scans. I ripped on Dr. Claudia Henschke calling her "biased" as she pushed to get this screening integrated into our healthcare system. Now it turns out that the study was supported by the tobacco company and Dr. Henschke is in a little bit of hot water. Add to this the recent fact that Henschke had failed to disclose some patents and pending patents related to CT screening and you have a little controversy on your hand. Sometimes at the Placebo Gazette, we get it right. Nostradougus strikes again.