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John Stossel vs. Mount Sinai Hospital



The television journalist explains why he won't be donating any more to the New York City institution, many of whose public-health initiatives are entrusted to arch-environmental-alarmist Philip Landrigan. Among his other projects, Landrigan's now in charge of a giant federally funded study that will conduct a purportedly neutral investigation of the role in childhood ailments of trace chemicals -- though his writings (including a new ad in the Times) make it clear enough that he's already reached a guilty verdict.

P.S. From @curtmercadante: "I was born at Mt. Sinai. Now I must renounce them :)" Or start an alumni-based reform movement? [spelling corrected]

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Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute
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