American Medical Association Largely Funded by Rockefellers

The Rockefeller Foundation website points to various connections between the American Medical Association and the Foundation. Here are a few examples:

The American Medical Association has been accepting money from the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations from as early as 1910. In The World Without Cancer G. Edward Griffin makes the argument that the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations began to support the AMA in an effort to control the medical schooling establishment and to gain power over this “large and vital sphere of American life.”