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19 In this passage Gregory is asserting the importance of establishing a secure evidence-base (he distinguishes ‘nature and experience’ from ‘ignorance and fraud’), of distinguishing ‘important facts’ from ‘trivial’ ones, and of being able to ‘apply his [the physician’s] knowledge to practice’ (or in the clinic). In all this, Gregory is stating with admirable brevity the points much stressed in contemporary medical research. More relevant to our present concerns is what Gregory calls ‘the exercise of humanity’.
He writes: Physicians, considered as a body of men, who live by medicine as a profession, have an interest separate and distinct from the honour of the science. In pursuit of this interest, some have acted with candour, with honour, with the ingenious and liberal manners of gentlemen. Conspicuous of their own worth, they disdained every artifice, and depended for success on their real merit. But such men are not the most numerous in the profession. Some impelled by necessity, some stimulated by vanity, and others anxious to conceal ignorance, have had recourse to various mean and unworthy acts to raise their importance among the ignorant, who are always the most numerous part of mankind.
This they do by arguing that doctors perform the non-altruistic duties of beneficence to their patients. Now we entirely agree with McKay on the unfairness of the current UK campaigns against doctors, but we think his attempted method of defence (even supposing it were more philosophically persuasive) is mistaken. One reason why the public has so eagerly turned against doctors is that for years the public has been subject to doctors’ high opinions of themselves. McKay would now have us believe that, despite the fact that doctors have more interesting jobs than most people, more job security, and a higher salary, they are also, and by the very definition of the profession, morally superior.
Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones by Suzanne Somers