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These doctors are trying to turn the tide against 'quack' Dr. Oz
These doctors are trying to turn the tide against 'quack' Dr. Oz

Physicians are finally speaking out against Dr. Mehmet Oz and the "quack treatments and cures" he promotes to the huge audience of his television show. Led by Henry I. Miller, a physician, former Food and Drug Administration official, and fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, 10 doctors from across the country urged Columbia University to drop Dr. Oz from its faculty. They made the point in a letter dated Wednesday to Columbia's president, chairman of its board of trustees, and dean of the medical school, where Oz is listed as vice chair of the department of surgery. Miller says that numerous other doctors have said they would have signed it...

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