The impact of illegitimate authority on regulation of the medical profession

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The overdue need for critical analysis

Langan MD

By Michael Lawrence Langan MD

It is not wisdom but Authority that makes a lawThomas Hobbes

In Questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual— Galileo Galilei

Regulatory Decisions and Public Policy Making

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The impact of illegitimate authority on regulation of the medical profession: The overdue need for critical analsysis — Disrupted Physician

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