Podcast #76: Cookie Cutter Medicine

 Posted by on 11 May 2011 at 9:00 am  Podcasts
May 112011

For Wednesday’s episode of Philosophy in Action Radio, I posted a podcast on “Cookie Cutter Medicine.” That podcast is now available for streaming or downloading.

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Podcast: 11 May 2011

On May 8, 2011, I gave a short speech at Liberty Toastmasters on my experience with hypothyroidism – and why I don’t want the “cookie cutter medicine” being pushed on us by ObamaCare and other government meddling in medicine. Shortly thereafter, I made some revisions, recorded a longer version, then posted that to YouTube.

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  • My crash into hypothyroidism
  • Clinical guidelines under ObamaCare
  • Medicine needs freedom


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