Recently, the media reported that a group of physicians at Columbia University in New York wrote a letter to the dean of the university’s Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine asking that celebrity physician Mehmet Oz, MD, be removed from the medical faculty. Among other things, Dr. Oz is accused of peddling “quack treatments and cures,” according to news reports. Columbia responded by saying the school “is committed to academic freedom and to upholding faculty members’ freedom of expression.”

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