BMJ Still "Looking Into Lightning Process Paper" Tuller has received via CC an e-mail from dr. Brown, editor of Archives of Disease in Childhood, stating that they had previously acknowledged receipt of his complaints, are looking into them and will respond fully when ready. Tuller has therefore sent yet another e-mail to dr. Brown. So why, after more than four months of investigation, have you still not managed to confirm that the Lightning Process study violated BMJ’s own policy about trial registration? Why have you not acknowledged that the investigators biased their findings by swapping outcome measures based on results from more than half the participants? Why have you not informed your readers of these methodological anomalies? Why has Dr Godlee herself not stepped in to make the appropriate determinations, since you and your editorial team appear unable to handle your responsibilities in a timely manner? Would you agree that this study is likely to impact medical treatment and public policy involving children, and that addressing the issues quickly is therefore critical?