A study testing a controversial pancreatic cancer treatment that uses coffee enemas should by all rights be nearly complete. But three years into it, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez has only 25 of the 90 patients he needs to complete recruitment for the trial. His clinical trial has been stalled by economics, logistics and outright prejudice against the twice-daily enema regimen, despite a promising pilot study. "I'm the first person to say it: In the oncology world I'm a very controversial guy," Gonzalez said. "But we're trying to do very serious research." Does this suck, or what? Just because he isn't popular and the method used is against some of the more basic studies the guy can't complete his study? See full story here.