Jack Phillips is so passionate about health care in America that he wrote a book about it.
In Suppressed Medical Science: The Key to Lower Cost and Higher Quality Medical Care, the Harvard- and MIT-educated former chemical engineer and aerospace technologist takes a careful look at health care in America and draws some startling conclusions.
After discussing the history of medical services in the United States, Phillips reveals how the American Medical Association became a physician's union, allied itself with the pharmaceutical industry, and established a powerful surreptitious influence that has quashed competition and suppressed promising advances in medical science for a century. Phillips exposes many scientifically proven disease cures that have been mysteriously rejected by the American Medical Association, from heart disease to mental illness.
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Born in New York in 1917, Jack Phillips studied chemical engineering at MIT and business administration at Harvard. Called to active duty in January 1941, Phillips served almost five years as an Army reserve officer in the ordnance corps, returning home on Victory in the Pacific Day in 1945. Phillips worked for the Office of Advanced Research and Technology at NASA. He is founder of the Freedom of Choice in Medical Care Foundation.
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Book Description Jack Phillips, 2011. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111591520770