Ronald Glasser, M.D.

Hosted by Professor Robert Israel's Desma 170 Aesthetics Theater

May 25, 2005, 9:00 am   » 

Ronald J. Glasser, M.D. was a U.S. Army doctor in Japan in 1968. He is a
Minneapolis specialist in pediatric nephrology and rheumatology and the
author of several books, among them 365 Days and Ward 402 and The Light in
the Skull. He created a flurry of controversy in July 2004 when he published
article in Harper's Magazine titled "We Are Not Immune: Influenza, SARS, and
Collapse of Public Health." He recently appeared on the Massachusetts
program the "Massachusetts School of Law Educational Forum." Glasser, an
opponent of HMOs, is the author of "The Medicine Wars," which details HMO
problems and draws analogies between HMO failings and the management of the
Vietnam War.


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