I think primaries maybe. Other specialties don't get across those liver issues as much. Eg obgyns and hospital based midwives recommend Tylenol in pregnancy as only safe choice. The research that it's tied to higher incidence of autism is blatantly ignored. My EU home country doesn't sell more than small packages (-25ish) of paracetamol (Tylenol=acetaminophen=paracetamol) in pharmacies to avoid overdosing. At least in my country they were very strict about not overusing Tylenol and you were told not to. Pediatricians recommend a tepid bath before doing any meds or cold wet wash cloths on the calves. When I say that Herr doctors think I'm crazy. So somehow Americans doctors think Tylenol is harmless candy.I would think that doctors would start to question things like acetaminophen with all of the liver problems and transplants being done. Yes, people drink and alcohol is a huge offender, but drugs get filtered through the liver too.
Over use of antibiotics have been a problem for over 50 years that I know of, and little has been done to curb its uses.