48 thoughts on “American Medical Association Complicity with Big Tobacco

  1. When it doesn't make sense, follow the money. Doesn't matter if the dirtbags call themselves regulators, elected "representatives", or doctors. Imagine how many millions have needlessly died due to avoidable diseases. Fortunately, we have sources that tell us the truth so we can make informed choices.

  2. I'll be taking the advice that it's ok to eat Fukushima rice too, when it hits the UK streets anytime now .👍

  3. ACC appears to no longer be funded by Coca-Cola: http://bigstory.ap.org/article/d6fc7dd2924e4c8b8a315cdd7912fe1d/coke-ending-sponsorship-dietitians-group

  4. Most doctors are fools who don't realise they are a bought and sold joke by industry in many respects. The AMA continues it's corrupt legacy. Great vid. RIP Semmelweis.

  5. 𝐁𝐢𝐠 𝐓𝐨𝐛𝐚𝐜𝐜𝐨: How could your throat and nose be adversely affected when cigarettes are just as pure as the water you drink?
    𝐃𝐫. 𝐆𝐫𝐞𝐠𝐞𝐫 (𝐃𝐫. 𝐒𝐚𝐯𝐚𝐠𝐞): Maybe in Flint, Michigan.

  6. That's why I don't ask my doctor, etc., for dietary advice. The advice I received in the past didn't work, and my doctor was only too happy to keep prescribing new medicines.

    Considering companies can buy the "Heart Healthy" label, I don't trust those organizations that are supposedly looking out for us, but are instead looking to get dirty money.

  7. While I enjoy these videos, I'm often left with a hopelessness. If we can't trust our doctor, who can we trust? I'm afraid DIY Internet health warriors will stop using doctors for everything because they feel that they know all the answers when no, they really don't. We need a better, not-for-profit health care system.

  8. hey mr Greger, why didnt you ever talk about the milions that the american heart association received from statin industry and the questioning about the relation between cholesterol and vascular deseases ? i think it is an interresting subject, you should have heard about the enhance trial and the other studies showing no relations between the 2.

  9. This part of the AMA's history should be taught in public schools. They are like career politicians getting paid by big industry to lie to the public. The Oncologists getting kick-backs from Big Pharma in my opinion should be grounds for permanently loosing a medical license and possibly deserving prison time. Instead of their motto being "Helping Doctors help patients" it should be "Helping Doctors get more money from Big Pharma and Big Food".

  10. Funny this video came out, I started smoking a month ago. I finally finished my final pack for now yesterday as I am quitting at the moment because of money and just in case any pre-employment drug tests screen for nicotine (although unlikely) because of insurance issues although these jobs will be without benefits so I probably have nothing to worry about but I'm not taking any chances.

  11. As I watch this, I'm eating a big bowl of corn maque choux, black-eyed peas, potatoes and green beans. With flaxed sweet potato, topped with bruleed date sugar for dessert:) It's like Thanksgiving dinner, but it's just any other Wednesday. And it's SOOO much cheaper than a meat-centered meal!!!

  12. 4 of my friends developed cigarette addictions like a month before the new age restrictions on tobacco were placed here in California

  13. usa support a gun culture that is clearly responsible for deaths it's not surprising that they refuse to respond to results of scientific studies.

  14. In the fifties children programmes like the characters from the Flintstones were in tobacco ads promoting tobacco in commercial breaks.

  15. This had to be said–too many place their lives in the hands of the "establishment" to their own detriment.

  16. Please do some video's about smoking cannabis. Pure cannabis, maybe even using vaporizers. Not sure how far we are in this whole cannabis against cancer thing but it sure is interesting.

  17. Rockefeller paid Abraham Flexner to visit all the medical schools in the US at that time. He released the so-called “Flexner Report” in 1910, which called for the standardization of medical education and concluded there were too many doctors and medical schools in America.

    Rockefeller then used his control of the media to generate public outcry at the findings of the report – which, by means of the classic elite strategy of “Problem, Reaction, Solution” as David Icke calls it, ultimately led Congress to declare the AMA (American Medical Association) the only body with the right to grant medical school licenses in the United States.

    This suited Rockefeller perfectly – he then used the AMA (which may be better called to the American Murder Association due their widespread use and endorsement of toxic vaccines, drugs, chemotherapy and radiation) to compel the Government destroy the natural competition, which it did through regulating medical schools.


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