Why the attack on Doctor Oz was such a farce: 600 million prescriptions a year are backed by no scientific evidence at all

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Mike Adams
Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Hilariously, the Washington Post, USA Today, NPR, Fox News and even the Associated Press often get their science talking points from convicted felons, fraudsters and hucksters who claim to have a monopoly on “science.”

In one of the most laughable examples of modern-day abandonment of journalistic ethics, all these mainstream media players helped spread a contrived smear campaign against Doctor Oz that was organized by a group of doctors who operate as part of the so-called “Monsanto Discredit Bureau,” a shady group of biotech operatives whose primary goal is to discredit and destroy those who raise legitimate questions over the safety of glyphosate or GMOs.

The attack on Oz was predicated on the accusation that Doctor Oz’s recommended protocols were “not backed by scientific evidence.”

The assumption in that statement is that all doctors practicing pharmaceutical medicine solely restrict their own decisions and prescriptions to nothing but evidence-based medicine. In other words, Oz was being singled out by accusing him of departing from the world of pharmaceutical medicine where we are all assured that 100% of all the medicines prescribed by doctors are backed by strict scientific evidence.

But that’s a total farce, it turns out. More than 600 million prescriptions are written each year that are backed by no scientific evidence at all.

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