Unhealthy Robert Kradin
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Corruption and Malpractice in the American Healthcare System

Release Date: 06/14/2022


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In Unhealthy: Corruption and Malpractice in the American Health System, Dr. Richard Kradin, a professor at Harvard Medical School and expert in pulmonary infectious diseases, explores the history of the corporate and ideological transformation of America’s medical profession and how it has diminished the quality of health care. He describes how Progressive medical education has produced a generation of physicians as concerned with political activism as they are with medical science. The text explores how the current Covid-19 pandemic was mishandled by Dr. Fauci and the CDC,  and how greed and ideological corruption allowed America’s public health response team to ignore and hide critical scientific data from the public that threatened their ideological narrative. Finally, Dr. Kradin exposes the growing insularity of America’s medical elites and how their misguided allegiance to “woke” ideas threatens the future credibility of the medical profession

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Dr. Richard Kradin is a senior physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, a psychoanalyst, and professor at Harvard Medical School. He holds a post-graduate degree in comparative religion from Harvard University, and lectures nationally and internationally on these topics.

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