The Assault On Medical Freedom

“Research shows that during the first one hundred years of the AMA’s existence it formed councils and committees which sat in judgement of its economic competitors. These committees would “investigate” the various alternative health-care systems and would then report on their findings and make determinations and recommendations that the public should stay away from such “quackery.” The CCHI and the AMA’s Committee on Quackery continued to serve this function from 1963 to 1975. However, when the writing was on the wall, Doyl Taylor saw that his propaganda department was “going down for the count.” He apparently took steps to see that his work continued even if he weren’t around to supervise the AMA’s campaigns against the “quacks.”
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