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Resolution #16: Screw This Guy


Where did he take it, and why did he not return it until now?

In a stunning defeat for email-forwarding idiot relatives everywhere, the American Medical Association made an unusual move this week at their annual conference in Chicago: they actually took a stand against people who are technically doctors, but mostly just play one on TV. This comes on the heels of criticism of the AMA for sitting on the sidelines during growing controversy over questionable and profit-driven cure-alls hawked by doctors on television. So, the AMA resolved to create new ethical guidelines for physicians in the media. And by "physicians," literally everyone knows they really mean one snake-oil peddler in particular, Dr. Mehmet Oz, TV-MD.