Doctors hit back at NRA attacks on gun research: 'Where are you when I tell families their loved one has died'


by Raw Story

Raw Story— The National Rifle Association this week publicly attacked medical researchers who have concluded that easy access to firearms has led to thousands of needless deaths — and now doctors are hitting back. Earlier this week, the NRA went after the Annals of Internal Medicine for publishing articles on gun violence that recommended restricting access to firearms. “Someone should tell self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane,” the NRA wrote on its Twitter account. “Half …

BBC News—#ThisIsOurLane: Doctors hit back at pro-gun group NRA. The National Rifle Association told doctors to "stay in their lane" after a report on gun violence.

New York Post—Doctors hit back at NRA by tweeting grim photos of gun violence. Doctors across the country are sharing their harrowing experiences treating victims of gun violence along with the hashtag #ThisIsOurLane in response to a tweet from the NRA which accused them of being “anti-gun.” “Someone should tell self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane. Half of the articles in Annals of Internal Medicine are pushing...

KSBW—Doctors push back with stories of saving gun violence victims after NRA tells them ‘stay in their lane’. "Those are my hands holding pressure on his femoral artery so that he wouldn't bleed to death. The bullet is right by my fingertips. This is me in my lane," tweets one reply.