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Columbia University Quietly Changes Mehmet Oz's Position Amid Senate Run

Columbia University
Columbia University’s
Irving Medical Center
the Integrative Medicine Center — a
College of Physicians and Surgeons
Stanford University’s
Hoover Institution
U.S. Senate

Mehmet Oz
Scott Atlas
Donald Trump

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the Pennsylvania Farm Show

Washington Heights

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Whatever the nature of his pathology, members of the public are being misled and endangered, which makes Dr. Oz’s presence on the faculty of a prestigious medical institution unacceptable,” they wrote.The university declined to take action then, defending Oz’s right to “freedom of expression.”Ironically, one of the doctors who signed the 2015 letter, Scott Atlas of Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, a conservative think tank, later came under fire for spreading disinformation about coronavirus.Both Atlas and Oz went on to become health advisers to President Donald Trump, who is notorious for promoting his own medical disinformation.Atlas could not be reached for comment about Oz.Oz is now busy running for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, where he’s competing in a crowded GOP primary for an open seat.Last weekend, the heart surgeon’s campaign tweeted a photo of him engaging in some classic retail politicking — posing in front of a giant butter sculpture at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.Politics Reporter, HuffPost

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