Doctor faces criminal charges for unnecessary cancer treatments

The medical malpractice of a doctor has resulted in criminal charges. The doctor lied to his patients, telling them that they had cancer when they did not actually have cancer. It is unclear why the doctor subjected his patients to these unnecessary procedures, but the doctor’s inexplicable behavior didn’t start with needless prostate surgeries. Further investigation has revealed that previous patients who were supposedly receiving hormone injections were responding as if they were being given placebos until other doctors noticed that the hormones weren’t effective. When another doctor asked if he had gotten a bad batch of hormones, the criminally accused doctor’s patients suddenly began responding to the hormones. The doctor is accused of fraud, battery, and elder abuse.

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