Doctor Strongly Criticized In His Methods of Distributing Medication

A family doctor who wrote prescriptions that could be linked to three deaths is still seeing patients, despite being under investigation by state authorities. His medical license has not been suspended, nor has his practice been restricted, even though several complaints against him have led to an investigation by the state medical examiners board. An expert has already stated that the doctor needs to have an emergency revocation of his license. The doctor prescribed more than 20,000 pills to a man who had sought treatment for pain streaming from a neck injury. The pills led the man to enter an addiction recovery program. Another patient overdosed from drugs prescribed by the physician. Records showed that she had been prescribed more than 150 painkillers a month and up to 300 extra-strength Xanax pills at one time. Although the doctor is under review, it is alarming that he is still able to write prescriptions. To read the full story, click here.

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