Readers Respond to Do No Harm’s Launch
Dr. Stanley Goldfarb’s recent Wall Street Journal op-ed led to an outpouring of support for our mission. Many readers responded to the piece, entitled “Keep Politics Out Of The Doctor’s Office,” by pointing out important facts about the woke takeover of healthcare.
Devorah Goldman, a visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, told the Wall Street Journal that people should also be aware of what’s happening to medical testing. She drew special attention to the Association of American Medical Colleges’ (AAMC) “sweeping changes to the Medical College Admissions Test” (MCAT):
“The revised MCAT includes a new section that screens for adherence to progressive orthodoxies; for example, a practice question… asks whether the ‘lack of minorities such as African Americans or Latinos/Latinas among university faculty members’ is due to symbolic racism, institutional racism, hidden racism or personal bias. The answer is supposed to be institutional racism.”
“The AAMC also recently introduced a new exam meant to complement the MCAT by testing softer skills such as ‘cultural competence.’ An AAMC staff writer explains that it was designed with the goal of eliminating ‘group differences in mean scores for African American and Hispanic test-takers compared to White and Asian examinees.’ Dr. Goldfarb notes that ‘medical schools and residencies are lowering admissions standards.’ This is by design.”
Another reader, Dr. Jonathan Stolz, praised Stan’s courage in speaking out:
“Dr. Goldfarb writes what many physicians think but we’re afraid to say, for fear of being labeled a racist.”
One thing’s certain: Do No Harm will continue to speak out. And we’ll continue to rally doctors to defend healthcare from being destroyed by woke ideology.
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