Medical Mistakes Are Commonplace

Vaccines Included

Omar Zaid
Omar Zaid
Makary cites a 2014 Mayo Clinic survey of 6,500 American doctors, 10.5% of whom admitted they’d made a major medical mistake in the last three months.
In 2016, Makary and his research team published a report showing an estimated 250,000 Americans die from medical mistakes each year4 — about 1 in 10 patients
Another widely-cited study5 published in 2013 had estimated the annual death toll for medical mistakes in the U.S. at 400,000 a year

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PS: About Vaccines:

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Omar Zaid

Author, Editor, Physician & Essential Monotheist