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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by yaxomoxay, Sep 14, 2016.
... in a surprise move.
Isn't Dr. Oz the doctor on TV that promotes these weird things that the majority of other doctors don't support? I don't get the upside of this from Trump's end.
It would have been a surprise if he released his tax returns. This was something the campaign said he was going to do for a few days now.
did you mean the Wizard of Oz?
Dr. Oz's primary demographic is women 24-54. A demographic that just happens to tilt towards Clinton.
Noted liar and fraud, Mehmet Oz.
Cool, now we just need a mental evaluation of Trump by Dr. Phil and we are good to go.
that's Gary J who climbed btw.
Dr Oz is a TV character. Donald Trump is a TV character. They shouldn't be judged by the standards of non TV characters.
So Dr. Oz doesn't have a license to practice medicine, or a medical degree?
again? worked so well the last time.
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with trump thats pretty much the norm.
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So Trump says he had a physical last week.
Says the other day he's going on Dr. Oz and will have him reveal results, no matter what they are
maybe he did have a physical bend over and cough over and over wait doc why do you have both hands on my hips?
the only person he'd allow to have hands on his hips is his daughter
this image just crossed my mind , well I can't link the actual image but it was related to this scene
You went there.
So Trump went to Oz but was unable to obtain a brain, a heart or any courage.
Wait... So Trump released his records and you guys are bashing him for it. Why aren't you now asking Hillary for hers?
This is all a horse and pony show. Trump obviously wouldn't release his specific health records if there was something concerning. This is Trumps move to further highlight his comparative physical health to Hillary.
Frankly I hate these celebrity status TV doctors. Most of out of touch with actual medicine, have opinions beyond their scope of medicine, don't always reccomend clinically proven knowledge, endorse poorly conducted studies, and are sell outs to big pharma and other large healthcare entities. Are they really providing the best info? Or hyping things for attention or looking to line their pockets from drug companies.
Look at Dr. Oz's legal and reported "kickbacks" according to th government.
https://openpaymentsdata.cms.gov/physician/1240536 ... $1.2m
And these are just payments from companies to physicians. I imagine you can get around that by paying the TV show directly.
Most doctors have no more than a couple hundred dollars in payments from drug reps and such. In fact, one of my good family friends, considered and routinely ranked one of the best psychiatrists in the world, hasn't even taken $50 since this reporting program started. Looking up the doctors I know, the ones ranked among the best and the ones not so good- the better, more experienced docs have the lowest figures.
He didn't release anything despite saying he would allow "Dr."" Oz to reveal it on air. He's full of ****, as usual.
Because he didn't. Yet.
What about before?
maybe he should hit up phil schiller for the courage part
Ah, didn't see that it was only a one page summary.
That being said, if he did, would you start demanding to see Hillary's?