Should Dr. Oz be held accountable for promoting weight loses supplements to his views with out explaining the side effects?

Posted by: fnkhan

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Yes

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No

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Dr. Oz has been known to promote "alternative medicine" if you catch my drift.

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Maybe

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TBR says2015-06-05T12:29:28.3916832-05:00
What on earth makes anyone receptive to this sort of snake oil salesman.
reece says2015-06-05T13:13:53.0648470-05:00
I bet republicans love him. But it's ironic because hes Muslim XD
mystery_man43 says2015-06-05T14:01:43.6772806-05:00
@reece Why would republicans love him?
reece says2015-06-05T14:07:09.7186601-05:00
@mystery_man43 Republicans tend to be more fundamentally Christian and thus eat up miracle healing.
fnkhan says2015-06-27T15:37:25.6766092-05:00
How should Dr. Oz be accountable? Should he pay a fin for insufficient information while promoting his supplements? Should face a ethical board for promoting supplemts for financial gain? Should he continue to practice medicine?
fnkhan says2015-06-27T15:38:32.7266986-05:00
Supplements
fnkhan says2015-07-12T17:50:10.7489683-05:00
Is Dr. Oz still supported by Oprah Winfrey's team? Her show was Dr. Oz's platform to fame.

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