Who was the mysterious doctor in the 1960s who dosed celebrities and even a president with his outlandish concoctions? Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli explore the story of Max Jacobson, Dr. Feelgood, and how he affected the JFK presidency.
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- Max Jacobson on Wikipedia
- The Secret Service Gave Him the Code Name “Dr. Feelgood”
- What Jackie Kennedy Didn’t Say—and Didn’t Know
- Dr. Feelgood by Richard Lertzman and William Birnes
- The Original Dr. Feelgood — “Everybody Went to Max”
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