“Too bad there’s no miracle cure for being a complete fraud,” Fetterman tweeted, alongside a video compilation of Oz bragging all kinds of so-called miracle treatments, including crystal sonic therapy, raspberry ketones, and, of course, exorcisms.
It’s nothing new for Oz, who has come under fire from fellow doctors since 2014. study revealed that more than half of his medical advice was downright wrong.
In 2015, a group of eminent physicians urged Columbia University’s dean of medicine to remove Oz from medical school, saying he was “guilty of outrageous conflicts of interest or misjudgments about what constitutes appropriate medical treatment, or both.
Judging by the response to Fetterman’s announcement, many Twitter users feel the same way.
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