The American Medical Association has recognized racism as a public health threat — calling out police violence & unconscious bias in health care. Studies show: - 70% Black Americans feel treated unfairly in health care - Black children 2x more likely to die from common surgeries
Ross McKinney, chief scientific officer for the American Association of Medical Colleges, says it won't be long before testing on children under the age of 12 begins//
The American Medical Association (AMA) has declared racism a public health threat, citing unconscious bias in the healthcare industry and violent police interactions.
American Medical Association recognizes racism as a threat to public health
American Medical Association is now pushing back on Trump's false claim that doctors & hospitals are jacking up death tolls to make more money saying, "The suggestion is ... a malicious, outrageous, and completely misguided charge."
American Medical Association rips Trump's claim that doctors inflating COVID numbers to get more money: “Malicious, outrageous, and completely misguided"
Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, on anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine that President Trump has promoted to fight the coronavirus: physicians don't make treatment recommendations 'on whims'
Thank you to the American Medical Student Association@AMSANational for endorsing our College for All Act to cancel student debt and make college tuition-free. American doctors should not have mountains of debt looming over them while they work to heal the sick and injured.
Glad to see this important voice join the fight to end a heartbreakingly harmful practice: The American Medical Association has called for a nationwide ban on so-called "conversion therapy."