Do No Harm fights for individual patients – and against identity politics.
72%of top-ranked medical schools inject identity politics into admissions.
The same radical movement behind “Critical Race Theory” in the classroom and “Defund the Police” is coming after healthcare, but hardly anyone knows it. It’s time to stop this divisive, destructive agenda in its tracks.
The discriminatory ideology known as “anti-racism” is taking over medical schools, medical journals, medical practice, and medical policy. It endangers the health and well-being of every patient.
Radical activists are using shoddy studies and research to undermine healthcare. They define people as members of monolithic racial groups, instead of seeing patients as unique individuals with specific medical needs.
Doctors, nurses, and medical professionals are alarmed at what’s happening. They want to help people, not hurt them. We’re here to help them speak out – and fight back.
"I know of no more tolerant group than medical professionals. When subjects like "anti-racism" are taught, the time spent on science-based teaching is reduced. These indoctrination sessions just assure that medical advances translated to patient care will be delayed." –Dr. Roy B. Jones, Do No Harm member
“Not only does this baseless mandate insult doctors like me, it is also sure to ruin patients’ trust in their medical providers and lead to worse health outcomes for the very people it’s supposed to help.” –Dr. Daniel A. Dessner, Do No Harm member
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