Doctor Reacts to John Oliver | Last Week Tonight: Bias in Medicine

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Doctor Mike

Doctor Mike

5 aylar önce

John Oliver discussed medical bias on his latest episode and you requested that I react to it. This episode is slightly different than most of my other reaction videos as I gave a watch before doing the reaction video in order to vet the research discussed on the program. If you'd like for me to cover this topic in more detail please do comment below.
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luckyjinxer 10 saatler önce
Realize that John Oliver has a bias and presents things that solely back up whatever narrative he is pushing.
Marc Whinery
Marc Whinery 15 saatler önce
Another factor why Black people have worse outcomes: They are afraid of doctors. "But isn't that blaming the victim" No, their fear is valid. The US sanctioned horrible experiments in the past. Tuskegee Experiment. It ended in 1972. That's less than 50 years ago, so not "ancient history". If you go to the doctor, the doctor WILL KILL YOU. So, Black people don't go to the doctor as early or often, and when they do, they are less likely to blindly trust the doctor. I don't know if that effect still holds true today. I don't have the funding to run a study on it. But I know it has existed before. I've talked with people who were unwilling to trust doctors for that and other reasons. But to ignore it is to whitewash history and the effects it has on today's results. I saw the JO piece long ago, and I don't remember if he covered it. Until doctors recognize and accept that Doctors in the US were paid by the US government to kill Black people, we won't be able to get past it.
AliveGhostCarii 16 saatler önce
It's nice how you're spreading information on this issue, though it kind of feels like you're brushing off the fact that this is due to things like racism and sexism and discrimination in medical practice. You count it as "bad apples" and say how the doctors "just don't know any better". Like, I get you're trying to be optimistic, but it isn't all just some harmless mistakes and a couple bad instances. It's real discrimination and bias against certain groups of people.
Desiree de la Pena
Desiree de la Pena 17 saatler önce
I went to the ER with an upper respiratory infection during an asthma flare up because I was the State Fair and I was allergic to all of the animals and hay. When I tried to explain it to the doctors they kept asking me if I might be pregnant even after I told them I wasn't they asked a grand total of 5times and said nothing was wrong with me and said it's my anxiety for why I feel short of breath... but they gave me the antibiotics and prednisone for my asthma? Even though they were convinced nothing was wrong with me. Regardless the medication did work and I felt fine in a few days and finished the medication.
C&C Engineer
C&C Engineer 17 saatler önce
You should retitle this as "Doctor tries to defend medical bias".
Alex G
Alex G 17 saatler önce
These claims are bullshit.
beryl gilligan
beryl gilligan Gün önce
John Oliver is now a tv host in America because us British can’t stand him he’s a complete knob sorry you’ve been landed with him America just don’t don’t send him back please like you did with piers Morgan 🙄🤣
Auxiliary Infantry
Auxiliary Infantry Gün önce
If they feel like they subjected to such biases, then they should leave the US if they hate it so much. Let that Black woman move to Nigeria and get treatment there. John Oliver should be given some Islamic extremists to get some "diversity."
Mandi H.
Mandi H. Gün önce
I usually enjoy your videos, and I think you're trying to come from the right place, but this response reads like the medical equivalent of #notallmen.
thecocksaysmoo Gün önce
Why are rich docs always so attractive on top of it!? #Blessed
thecocksaysmoo Gün önce
Jk...God had nothing to do with it 😊
Oliver McEldon
Oliver McEldon 2 gün önce
A lot of the racial discrimination which occurs in America is due to the systemic racism, minority patients having fewer opportunities, less money and worse care
Daniel Campbell
Daniel Campbell 2 gün önce
I had posted on the John Oliver video, "but there ARE genetic differences between the races! To ignore those and act like they didn't invites us treating everyone the same in a dangerous way. You spend the first half of your desk piece talking about how women are obviously different from men and we should cater their care towards them, then you turn around and say 'black people and white people are the same' which is untrue. It's not a matter of opinion when someone's physical well being is different than another's." I got DESTROYED in the comments. Thank you Doctor Mike for bringing some validity to my argument. I want fair and equal treatment for all, but I also want everyone to get the best possible treatment for THEM.
Thunder Life
Thunder Life 2 gün önce
it's funny how my sister whom is half black and Puerto Rican, she looks black, she was pregnant and in active labor but the nurses ignored her for 30 minutes, I was with her as i drove her to the hospital, she had the baby 30 minutes later (after waiting), it was fast, they rushed her to the labor room (we were in an empty room with no equipment, it was basically a double bed med surge looking room, she got care in time but she birth much faster than the staff expected, they thought she'd be there for an hour but then it happens 10 minutes from that moment (it was a fast night)
liljekyll 2 gün önce
Omgosh your whole segment sounds like “Im not racist but”
liljekyll 2 gün önce
Sorry it should definitely be obvious we feel pain differently then others. Like wtf.. how is that not racial bias. You need a reality check. Listening to you bullshit for 22 minutes.
liljekyll 2 gün önce
Im disappointed in this video. You really are reaching that these differences aren’t because of bias. Like there are stories all over the world and a looottttt in America with women and poc having similar stories. Good doctors who care and work to find whats wrong is not the norm and it should be.
Brandon Woolworth
Brandon Woolworth 2 gün önce
The sort of "issue" I have with the way that John Oliver portrays these things is that he does it in a manner that villainizes doctors. These studies were done for the sake of health, and we can clearly see biases that exist, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the doctors are consciously making the decision. In fact, that's exactly why we have these studies in the first place: to point out that there are biases so we *see* there are issues and consciously work to fix it. Oliver leaves a lot of the content out where you have done the research and say, like at 6:00, that "women use a narrative approach" as a reason for the way that doctors can be more biased. I am not saying that there is no misogyny in the medical field, just that John Oliver doesn't deliver a wider perception of how these issues happen. Whether it's intentional or not, we're essentially left to our imagination, and that can cause people to draw up conclusions such as "doctors are misogynist," simply because that's the easiest conclusion to make when, in reality, it's actually the opposite.
Denis Robert
Denis Robert 2 gün önce
Whoa... you can’t state that the maternal mortality issue is due to better reporting with only those 2 data point. Only if you see a jump lined up with the new reporting AND you have numbers showing that the new cases would not have been counted under the old rules can you come to that conclusion. You’re doing the same thing you accuse Oliver of doing.
Denis Robert
Denis Robert 2 gün önce
Women present “atypically” because “typical” means men. You made Oliver’s point.
Aiki Hanley
Aiki Hanley 3 gün önce
Uf uf uf
Eric Billings
Eric Billings 3 gün önce
So at 25:00 regarding death rate increasing in maternity. So in China before the revolution, municipalities did a very bad job of recording and reporting deaths. After the revolution, a mass census was conducted (new government, new count) and what was found was a lot of deaths weren't reported to census which may have something to do with tax and funding but it's unclear. Regardless the new Communist government reported the accurate death count population which government education like in the US suggest it was mass murder and famine. Of course looking at the data if that amount people died all at once, the economy would tank which obbiously didn't happen. On a lighter note this kind of thing happens with autism, now it being more accurately diagnosed has made it more common so people think autism is more common when really it's just being properly diagnosed.
Multus Sanguis Fluit
Multus Sanguis Fluit 3 gün önce
Great analysis of the video, I really liked that you looked deep into the information john oliver was portraying and critically examined his segment. He usually doesnt get that kind of scrutiny so it was very refreshing
Caitlin Sader
Caitlin Sader 3 gün önce
I once went to the dr after a surgery. When the nurses asked how I was and I told her how much pain I was in, she turned to me and said “ well everyone feels a slight discomfort after surgery” I was so mad and was in so much pain. When the doctor saw he couldn’t believe how Bruising I had
Pat Rhiannon Griffith
Pat Rhiannon Griffith 3 gün önce
White males are absolutely the appropriate people to decide whether or not implicit bias exists. /s
Sunflower Watermelon Sugar High
Sunflower Watermelon Sugar High 3 gün önce
As a female I find this video very, very interesting. Thanks! 👍
Shana Burton
Shana Burton 3 gün önce
I had terrible upper stomach pain mixed with nausea and was told it was acid reflux and to eat better (bare in mind I’m a dancer and my diet was extremely concentrated on nutrition). After 2 months of 3 trips to the doctors and extreme pain, I couldn’t breath I was in so much pain and was rushed to the emergency room at the hospital. My liver had almost doubled in size and my blood pressure was dangerously low. I was booked in and then drilled on my drinking habits, possible drug use, it was suggested I had hepatitis and I felt like I was being judged simply for being a young female with a swollen liver; as if the only plausible reason would be excessive drinking, drug use and sleeping around. Had a sonar a few days later and it turned out I had gallstones. To be fair its so rare for someone young and slim but the doctors and nurses treated me horribly the first few days as if my pain and swollen liver was completely my fault. They also didn’t believe that I had asthma when I went into surgery and there was a huge panic because my saturation levels dropped midway and my chest started closing. My mom panicked when I got wheeled in attached to a nebuliser when the other women hadn’t been. It could have been avoided had they believed me in the first place. I avoid doctors as much as I can.
Mister Derp
Mister Derp 3 gün önce
"Doctors are unaware of women's biology" -- umm, really?
Kevin Johnsen
Kevin Johnsen 3 gün önce
What is weird though is why would the doctors not be afraid of sending the men home with opioids and doing them a disservice? I do see your point, but then the argument flips and the doctors are not taking care of their male patients?
AnnaLisa Wilson
AnnaLisa Wilson 3 gün önce
Reason: white male doctors tend to minimize symptoms of their non-white/non-male patients.
Best Of Everything
Best Of Everything Gün önce
Mary Stombaugh
Mary Stombaugh 3 gün önce
I appreciate the point about allowing for human's (especially students) mistakes, but I think the larger point here is that the lapses in their knowledge is disproportionately about black and female bodies. Intentional or not, that can still be a sign of bias, even if the bias was in their schooling. So I guess the follow up question should be are mistakes being made at the same rate across all different types of illnesses or patients. Also, it could also be argued that socioeconomic issues are also still a racial bias issue...
Jay Dee
Jay Dee 4 gün önce
Mate, it's evident you're an optimist. It's also encouraging that you're not only in pursuit of correlations but causes. Unfortunately your tone in this video comes across as an apologist for the systemic bias built into the US healthcare system and your feeling of being 'uncomfortable' upon hearing these arguments is underwhelming. This is disappointing as you appear to agree with several of the points in the piece but your take away is that you're uncomfortable. What actions do you think needs to be taken besides 'finding the causes'? Can you not accept that bigotry is a primary cause? Hasn't your country's history, even up to right now, demonstrated that sexism and racism are ingrained in your culture? Are there policies or interventions can be implemented now? It's literally a matter of life and death isn't it?
deviousxen 4 gün önce
Causation : Systemic Misogyny that has existed forever.
deviousxen 4 gün önce
You can't tell me mammograms *aren't* medieval. *no one* told me before starting HRT that it involved just... Making you wait for months and then CRONCHING your breasts and shooting Marie Curie beams into them LOL. I will never sleep again.
Beth H.
Beth H. 4 gün önce
I once begged doctor/nurse practitioner to look at my thigh. it was getting larger and truly scaring me. My weight was out of control. I was having all sorts of issues. THEY TOLD ME TO GO ON A DIET.......I had been on diets and exercise routines. i have skipped meals and drank water constantly. I gave up everything fatty, soda, carbs, etc.....I did as they said and it changed nothing. Finally, I gave up and just stopped going. I wasn't getting help. i haven't been to a doctor in over ten years. I love medical science and all of the advancements but I grew tired of being ignored.
Patrick Barry
Patrick Barry 4 gün önce
How about medical bias when the patient can not pay?
bcfb21 4 gün önce
John Oliver not covering both sides of a situation? No, never.
Ali Marie
Ali Marie 4 gün önce
This video reads like a set of excuses and deflections. Yes, the subtleties you are bringing up are true and the reality is complex; but the truth is that these biases also exist. Perhaps John Oliver is simplifying for the sake of comedy, but, for instance, not all racial bias can be put down just to "lower quality hospitals" or zip codes; repeatedly it's been shown that even well-to-do black patients get treated worse (on average) than whites when other factors are accounted for. I like to believe that you have your heart in the right place, but excuses do not help. Looking these biases in the face and making a commitment to improve-by realizing that, as individuals, we each probably have some internalized biases that we should continue rooting out, and, more importantly, by recognizing that the big biases are institutional and won't change unless we all keep pushing for them to-that's what we need from health care professionals and others involved in biased systems.
Ali Marie
Ali Marie 4 gün önce
Also, you addressed a statistic comparing the US maternal mortality rate to those in the rest of the developed world by comparing the current US maternal mortality rate to the US rate from years ago... Wrong comparison, feels like a deflection, watch your use of bad logic please.
Robyn Epstein
Robyn Epstein 4 gün önce
OOOOOOH there's a great episode of Grey's Anatomy where Dr. Bailey realizes she's having a heart attack and goes to the closest hospital (not hers) and the white man doctor there tells her she isn't having a heart attack and totally writes it off EVEN THOUGHT SHE'S LITERALLY A DOCTOR. Turns out, she was having a heart attack. And I mean, this was a black woman. Great episode, very relevant to this topic.
Sage 4 gün önce
"Being alert but not anxious" is an excellent advise, I had hearing difficulty from one ear and instead of panicking, I went to my GP and calmly explained all my symptoms; she told me what to do and after 3 days I could hear again.
Jenn Jackson
Jenn Jackson 4 gün önce
Dr. Mike states that he doesn't believe that the poor quality of healthcare experienced by women is the "norm;" however, I beg to disagree. Every woman I know has terrible stories to tell of experiencing shameful care and many have more than one. As a woman I would suggest that poor care is the standard for women in the United States.
charles reid
charles reid 5 gün önce
My back went out a month and a half ago.. and as far as i can see now the medical system is about draining my bank account while neither knowing nor even trying to find out what is wrong.
Jackie B
Jackie B 5 gün önce
Interesting that the first couple of patients being interviewed didn’t really give an account of the events they went through, just how they felt by the interaction. What if we treated everyone based on our feelings rather than their actions? I can call anyone a “jerk” regardless of whether they were acting like a jerk or not... I’ll pay attention to studies, but not every interview is a true account of the event. On the part of the opioids not being equally prescribed- is it possible that some of those women were pregnant or had other preconditions unique to women prior to seeing the doctor? Just curious. Love this video!
Egg Trolls
Egg Trolls 5 gün önce
As an Asian woman, I get better healthcare when I don’t bring my Black boyfriend with me. I’ve noticed that when I bring him, I get treated as if I were a drug seeker. I often have to point out that my symptoms don’t line up with getting prescribed pain management pills so please listen to me. It’s gotten to the point that if I want to be taken seriously I have to go alone which is a bummer because my boyfriend who is my longterm partner always wants to be there for me.
Claire Pettie
Claire Pettie 5 gün önce
This is around 28 minutes of Doctor Mike desperately grabbing at straws to excuse evident and measurable sexism and racism in how doctors treat their patients. I'm not saying we shouldn't take a deeper look into any information we learn from a TV show, I am saying that Dr. Mike was so busy making excuses for doctors behaving badly that he completely (and it feels like _deliberately)_ misses the broader point of this episode entirely, including its many calls to action for medical professionals. John Oliver's team goes to great lengths gathering and presenting verifiable information that will stand up to scrutiny. Instead of spending so long tearing into the minutia of this episode, why not address the actual issues about medical care for women and minorities in the US? Yes, things are getting better. NO, it's not happening fast enough, and pretending it's a problem of the past does not help.
Andrew Zack
Andrew Zack 6 gün önce
I had a 67 year old female African American call 911 at 5AM one summer morning complaining of heartburn, pure epigastric GERD that was relieved with antacids for at least three days. She was asymptomatic for MI. No chest pain, or radiation of any type. No shortness of breath with or without activity. No dysphoric signs. She did not have any significant medical history. I missed an MI
Ralph Stewart
Ralph Stewart 6 gün önce
Women out live Men. Medical Bias ?
John Smith
John Smith 6 gün önce
How is 18 females and 3 males diversity?
Anne Chian
Anne Chian 6 gün önce
I am so sorry to all the people in the comments that had such a bad experience with doctors. It is so awful that you guys were being treated this way. I also feel sorry for the good doctors because experiences with bad doctors are letting people think that all doctors are not trustworthy and not good enough to even treat other people. This is awful.
Von Pumpkin
Von Pumpkin 6 gün önce
"an appointment with your family care doctor a few days later" HA! A few _days_ later, instead of a few _months_ later. That's the best joke I've ever heard.
Martin Castillo
Martin Castillo 6 gün önce
Thank you! We need more experts breaking down highly politicized topics like these so we can identify the issue, study it, and decide on the solution, instead of jumping to conclusions thereby worsening the likelihood of an improved outcome.
Kylie Koehler
Kylie Koehler 6 gün önce
This BIGGEST disparity I see is not allowing women to get tubal ligation. Not only is our requirment 3 years after men are allowed to get vasectomies, but its extremely hard to find a doctor who will listen to what we want. If i make that kind of pricey decision I KNOW I dont want children in the future. Adopting is a great alternative if I change my mind. Its extremely frustrating that not only has my insurance cancelled coverage on my contraceptives, but Im not allowed to turn to tubal ligation right now.
Jackie Wang
Jackie Wang 6 gün önce
I totally agree with John Oliver's points, but I do disagree with the way he presents it after watching this video. I think the way John Oliver present his research radicalize people instead of fixing the real issue systematically and rationally.
David Diamond
David Diamond 6 gün önce
Lets talk about mercury and neuro toxins. What is that poison in that we use normally thinking its safe?
manco82 6 gün önce
So Dr Mike is a leftist snowflake.
Sexy Homeowner
Sexy Homeowner 7 gün önce
Isn't John Oliver's wife a doctor? I'm guessing that's what he's basing this on.
tocopherly 7 gün önce
Omg this stupid john oliver. All they see white man this white man that. Why they dont talk about life expectency among man and women? Why there is so big of a difference research numbers between brest cancer and testicle cancer. They dont even know what causes the testicle cancer because noone research about it because no one support research on this topic.
Rio Griffin
Rio Griffin 7 gün önce
Yeahhh I normally enjoy your videos but you seem to explain away the bias too quickly. There is a long history of racial bias i the medical profession, and with that in context the disparities are neither a surprise nor mistake
Allie Hails
Allie Hails 7 gün önce
I would also like to add that Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the most msdiagnosed disorders, and heavily discriminated against by doctors and assigned mostly to women!
Pusheen Provolon
Pusheen Provolon 7 gün önce
I can relate. When I was younger (10) I had constant head aches and would have migraines a lot. Sometimes my vision would blur, or a large group of black dots would obscure my vision, or a cold sweat would come over me and I would feel very faint. I went to a pediatrician and I will never forget when she looked at my mother and said, “Tsk..children..they always make such a big deal of things.” (To be clear, she didn’t even examine me) I was too embarrassed to say anything else and ended up never getting it fixed or diagnosed. My mother just stopped taking me to doctors as well after my doctor decided to test medicine on his patients and make the parents pay. Edit- I still live with it to this day, I’m to afraid to say anything as I think I will be ignored
Roberto Chacon
Roberto Chacon 7 gün önce
great video. I bet ppl downvote it because they don't grasp complex causality and prejudice and emotions overrule critical thought
Cassandra Gloria
Cassandra Gloria 7 gün önce
I know this might sound ridiculous but I actually have gone to seek medical attention and have been misdiagnosed by an older male doctor as having a "low pain tolerance" when in reality it was actually sciatica and he sent me home making me feel like an idiot for trying to seek help. I am studying to be a surgical dentist so I always remember him to know exactly how NOT to treat my patients when they come in seeking help for pain or discomfort. I agree 100%, there definitely needs to be more studies being done on the treatment of patients depending on their gender, race, etc.
80sGamerLady 7 gün önce
The lower pain med for women this is so true. I was diagnosed with pneumonia after coughing for 6 weeks, brochitis then pneumonia. My rib tendon or muscle is torn and it's so painful. I'm taking OTC Tylenol with steriods and I wish she had given me something to deal with the pain. Can't lift and coughing, breathing hurts. Currently laying on a heating pad. And my doctor is a female. She didn't want to give me anything for the lain, was more worried about pneumonia. But the crux is, I need to rest more and can't when there is pain.
Hooray 7 gün önce
3:28 I gasped!! This actually happened to me very recently! last Thursday! WTF! Its trueeeeee, I didn't even know!
Jess J
Jess J 7 gün önce
This is very true!!! My sister just gave birth to her son 3 months ago...This was not her first or second child but her third child! 6-8 weeks leading to the induced labor she was visiting her doctor and clinic on a weekly basis, sometimes twice a week because of severe pain and she felt like something was off. She kept being sent home to one point a nurse told her to stop overacting to her pains; well one day that pain was so severe and she was bleeding and it turned out that her baby was not breathing and he had to remove 18” of his large intestine. He had to be flown 2 hours away and stay at Children’s hospital for first two weeks of his life! Had they listened to my sister two months prior to him being born this all would have been avoided. At Children’s hospital they admitted to my sister this all could have been fixed when my sister first went to the clinic complaining about her pain! Thank god my nephew is 3 months old now and healthy but my sister is stuck with $375,000 in medical bills which she has been fighting with insurance to cover it. That medical bill still does not include the flight for life bill. Also something I forgot to mention the day of my nephew’s birth the hospital kept offering premium unneeded service to my sister and her husband. Like, an ambulance to drive my brother in law two hours away; because my brother in law could not fit in the helicopter due to all the equipment needed to keep my nephew alive. When they declined the ambulance they offered them the flight for life helicopter when it came back from Children’s, I assume only for the cost...I felt like they were taking advantage of my sister during a super vulnerable time.
Kirsten Costa
Kirsten Costa 7 gün önce
My mother passed away about 27 years ago when I was still a child, she had the aids virus. The biggest thing she went through before she succumbed to the illness was the doctors treating her horribly, she used to come home the hospital in tears talking about how badly the doctors treated her.
Werebilby J
Werebilby J 8 gün önce
I am in Australia and had to go to a different doctor to get my Depo-provera injection for medical reasons not just contraceptive reasons. The male doctor basically insinuated that I was getting this injection so I could sleep around. This was about 3 or so years ago. I am a responsible single mother of two young men that are now grown and had to explain to this "doctor" that I needed to have this injection to control my medical condition. I wonder whether he would treat men like this. I am angry that women have to explain themselves every time they go to the doctor.
Danielle Cicada
Danielle Cicada 8 gün önce
Thank you, Doctor Mike, for doing the research and sharing your knowledge with us. Greatly appreciated. Thank you for your commitment to equal treatment.
Viki Ai
Viki Ai 8 gün önce
3:12 - John's team even got the right staff up on the graphic! :-)
Lizzy Wilson
Lizzy Wilson 8 gün önce
I love this information! Thank you for putting out great information and helping the public look at medical industry different.
Brian Kirk
Brian Kirk 8 gün önce
My respect for Dr Mike went up like three times today
no shame
no shame 9 gün önce
I really appreciate how he took the time to go into why john Oliver was right, as well as wrong om this video. It made listening to him and hearing his reasoning far easier
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