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Bernard Shaw really believed that a medical degree was a licence to kill. In a famous tirade written in 1906, he triumphantly proved that all doctors are humbugs and morally, if not always legally, criminals. Not only that, but "to make matters worse, doctors arc hideously poor," and-just in case you happened not to appreciate what a terrible crime yours is he added that "the greatest of our evils and the worst of our crimes is poverty, and our first duty, to which every other considerationdoi:10.2218/resmedica.v2i2.338 fatcat:mhf2syof2rhzbb4qbgwz23kvjy