Bad Medicine

Bad Medicine

The Horrors of American Healthcare

Stephen Soloway


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What you don’t know about the American healthcare system might kill you.
From fatal malpractice to Medicare fraud, Dr. Stephen Soloway has seen it all over his thirty years practicing medicine. Now, the man known as “Dr. Trump” is ripping off the Band-Aid and exposing the truth about the American healthcare system—the good, the bad, and the rotten.
Page after shocking page, you’ll discover the truth about where the coronavirus came from, and if we’ll ever be able to cure it.
Learn the sad reality of what Medicare for All would mean for our nation.
Find out why you should stay away from hospitals as if your life depended on it. (It does.)
Dr. Soloway explains the medical tips and tricks that could save you from amputations, years of pain, or even death.
Appointed by President Donald Trump to the President's Council on Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition, Dr. Soloway is a leader in his field, who sat on numerous boards and panels in the pharmacological industry, along with national advisory panels for major companies involved in arthritis or osteoporosis research. His uncanny ability to diagnose even the most complex cases has earned him the reputation of being a real-life Dr. House—minus the pill problem.
Beyond his savvy insights into the secrets of our medical system, Dr. Soloway also shares his own rags to riches story, and how dedicated medical professionals can still succeed in this difficult environment.
Ultimately, Dr. Soloway has a diagnosis for all Americans: Our healthcare system—and our country as a whole—is headed for disaster. The prescription? Read this book to find out.


Stephen Soloway:
Originally from New York City, Dr. Stephen Soloway completed undergraduate studies at Stony Brook University. In pursuit of his dream to be a physician, he attended the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Montserrat, British West Indies, London, England, Boston, MA, and Omaha, NE, with postgraduate training at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Misericordia Hospital Division (both in Philadelphia), Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Veterans Administration Medical Center, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children.

Dr. Soloway has dedicated his life to helping patients and colleagues for decades. He's had patients visit him from fifty countries and nearly one hundred US cities. Dr. Soloway’s devotion to patients’ needs has earned him perennial Top Doc awards for nearly two decades, and he is regarded as one of the leaders in the Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware area for Rheumatologic care. His credentials are as follows: 
  • Chairman Department of Rheumatology Division of Internal Medicine Inspira Health Network
  • Clinical Associate Professor Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Drexel University College of Medicine
  • Castle Connolly America’s Top Doctor
  • Philadelphia Magazine and Inside Jersey magazine Top Doctor
As an industry leader he sat on numerous boards and panels within the pharmacology industry along with national advisory panels for all major companies involved in arthritis or osteoporosis research. He is known within the medical community as a medical detective and will proudly announce "If I can't fix you, I will get someone that can." His vast experience is second to none. He has been board certified in Internal Medicine since 1991 and Rheumatology since 1993 with specialized certificates in Osteoporosis. He Chairs the Department of Rheumatology Division of Internal Medicine Inspira Health Network. 

Dr. Soloway is involved in arthritis and osteoporosis treatment and has a passion for injecting joints and treating gout. Currently, he has nine patents approved or pending—in the US and abroad—related to needles and injection techniques that he has perfected over his career. Among his publications, he is most proud of the discovery of gout and pseudogout in artificial joints, and a rare disease article on “Behcets disease.” Dr. Soloway enjoys giving back to the community through charity and by teaching patients and doctors. He lives in Cumberland County, New Jersey.