Public Health Dis-Service

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Public Health Dis-Service

The Perveted Pandemic Legacy of the Public Health Service

Authored by S. H. Shakman

Charles Walter McCoy may easily be viewed as the most harmful force in the history of American medicine. From 1915 to 1937, McCoy was director of the PHS Hygienic Laboratory, which, in 1930 was renamed the National Institute of Health. As the first NIH Director (although an NIH chronology acknowledges three earlier Hygienic Laboratory directors), McCoy's perverted pandemic perspective is now an integral part of the PHS and NIH historical record, abetted and even further twisted by a consummate patronizing hack, John Eyler, and enshrined as NIH gospel in a 2010 article by Chien , Klugman and Morens (Anthony Fauci's Senior Scientific Advisor).

Publication Date:
1500618411 / 9781500618414
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Medical / History

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