That's quite the rant. Or course it is totally void of any evidence (you should make sure to link to your sources). To answer your last question, "do they teach evolution in medical schools?", the answer is no. They don't teach evolution in medical schools because medical students would have already taken biology in their undergraduate classes and have been taught evolution there. As we have been saying, evolution is the foundation of modern biology. Medicine is the advanced application of biology. No, you don't need to know evolution of perform brain surgery or set broken bones, but it is probably a good idea to have a basic understanding of natural selection when dealing with antibiotic resistant bacteria.