Questioning 3 Orthodoxies in Conventional Medicine

Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD is Professor of Surgery & a cardiac surgeon at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Inspired by Dr. William Osler, a founder of modern medicine who had “an absorbing desire to know the truth,” Dr. Miller has examined the facts about medical “truths” that are often accepted without question. He found many of them to be lacking credibility.  In this podcast with Michael Ostrolenk, Dr. Miller expands on 3 of the medical orthodoxies he believes to be false: the HIV/AIDS hypothesis, vaccine safety, and the connection between saturated fats and heart disease.  Read more about Dr. Miller and his research at &