A (the) most famous case of animus directed by the medical profession against people different than them is the death of Tyra Hunter, who was refused medical care by a physician based on her identity. The resultant lawsuit and multi-million dollar judgement against the city forever changed Washington, DC into a place with the strongest human rights protections in the United States, and yet still with challenges:
I still see versions of this approach directed toward the people we serve – the imposition of identity, orientation, or lifestyle choices, such as diet, without a basis in science. This should be undertaken with great care, or actually not at all, since the failure rate of this approach is 100 %.
We should always think about the impact of what we do. We cannot bring back people, communities, generations of people lost to due to the inability to meet people where they are.