Dr. John Abramson

Dr. John Abramson

Biography:

John Abramson, M.D., has worked as a family doctor in Appalachia and in Hamilton, Massachusetts, and has served as chairman of the department of family practice at Lahey Clinic. He was a Robert Wood Johnson fellow and is currently on the clinical faculty at Harvard Medical School, where he teaches primary care. He was twice voted best doctor in his area by readers of the local newspapers and three times selected by his peers as one of a handful of best family practitioners in Massachusetts.

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  • Broken Health Care System / Astrology Forecast

    Dr. John Abramson discussed the tangled web of moneyed interests at the heart of the US healthcare system. Followed by astrologer Mark Lerner with insights on alignments and cycles.More »
  • Egypt & Zahi Hawass

    Engineer & Egyptologist Robert Bauval discussed the recent revolution in Egypt, the fate of Antiquities Director Zahi Hawass, and some of the mysteries of the pyramids at Giza, and the Sphinx. Interestingly, while civilization has its roots in Egypt, the country has never had a...More »
  • Perceptions & Healthcare

    During the first half of the show, head of the Lab for Perception and Action at Baylor College, Dr. David Eagleman talked about how he's reshaped the debate of creationists vs. evolutionists with a third option called "possibilians." In the latter half of the progam, Dr....More »
  • American Medicine & Psychic Predictions

    During the first half of the show, Dr. John Abramson discussed the commercialization of American medicine. The pharmaceutical industry is geared towards maximum profit rather than maximum health, he commented. Appearing in the latter half of the program, psychic Joseph Jacobs...More »
  • Suspicious Drug Studies

    Dr. John Abramson discussed the breaking scandal of ghostwritten drug trials which puts the actual efficacy of many new drugs into question. He also talked about other ethical issues surrounding the pharmaceutical industry, such as the medication of children and the misuse of...More »
  • Health Care & Drug Companies

    Dr. John Abramson of Harvard Medical School addressed issues surrounding health care, medical studies and the pharmaceutical industry.More »
  • Numerology Review

    Professional numerologist Glynis McCants returned to review her 2005 forecast, present some highlights for 2006, and offer readings for callers. She had correctly predicted Michael Jackson's acquittal as well as storms and water disturbances taking place in 2005. The new year is...More »
  • The Biaviians

    Alien contactee Riley Martin shared his experiences aboard a mothership near Saturn, where he learned about a race called the Biaviians (BE-AH-VEANS). Martin claims to have been taken to the Biaviian spacecraft as a small child, though for 35 years he did not remember this...More »
  • History of Giants

    Steve Quayle discussed the origins and historical accounts of giants. In the first hour, Dr. John Abramson, a clinical instructor at the Harvard Medical School and author of Overdosed America, called the state of America's health care system a "national emergency."More »
  • Nuclear Plant Safety

    Nuclear safety engineer for the Union of Concerned Scientists, David Lochbaum, discussed the status and safety of the 103 nuclear plants in America. A lot of safety features were built into the plants, he noted. But at a number of the now aging facilities the "weakest link" is...More »
  • Health Scare

    Dr. John Abramson, a clinical instructor at the Harvard Medical School, discussed his book Overdosed America, which explains how the American health care system has been hijacked by pharmaceutical companies searching for increased profits.More »

Last Night

AI & Intelligent Design / Haunted Locations
AI & Intelligent Design / Haunted Locations
Evolvable hardware expert Hugo de Garis discussed the latest ideas in AI—and how they're a potential threat to humankind. Followed by TV paranormal investigators Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley on the haunted locations they encounter.
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