He really wanted to be a cop
He really wanted to be a cop
Karma would be this guy actually getting cancer while spending the rest of his life in prison. Seriously wtf.
He was probably running a Medicaid scam. There's a dentist in Florida whose been pulling poor kids teeth out unnecessarily without using pain killers because he gets reimbursed by Medicaid for it.
FL dentist who allegedly abused children to stop practicing
It's not exactly a fear of this crazy why I don't trust doctors implicitly, but more that they are only human and have human flaws. They still get really pissed when I ask what each and every test measures, how successful it is and what it will be used for.
Most seem to want to be Jiffy Lube of people maintenance and you really have to be your own advocate or else you can end up like these people.
To some degree many doctors in my experience like to perpetuate the "fraud" of TEST FOR EVERYTHING EVERY TIME! partly because of liability issues and partly for billables and partly for standard procedure to scatter gun prevention.
If they didn't have real illnesses why give them real treatments? That shit costs money.
Placebos for everyone!
Proper sentence: kill him slowly with repeated chemo. For great justice.
Paging Dr. Lumie...
That's fucked up, I hope they take every single penny he has and disperses it to the victims/families at the very least.
How did garlic make his teeth fall out?
So I take it none of his victims got second opinions? I've never been diagnosed with a serious illness, but you can be damn sure if a doctor told me I had cancer or some other major issue and recommended a course of treatment, I'd be getting a second opinion pretty quickly. My aunt was recently diagnosed with cancer and that was the first advice everyone in my family gave her (which she followed, and was given the same diagnosis).
Unfortunately, it does appear that many, if not all of his patients, did not get second opinions. I am of the same mind that I would get one if I was facing some serious potential terminal illness.
Let's give this son of a bitch the Spanish Donkey.
I'd get a second opinion for sure but only because my wife has seen how bad some doctors can be. Some of the shit she has seen coming from doctors or other hospitals is scary.
I don't understand why at least 10 of these ppl don't get together pull what ever $$$ they have left and learn how to hire an internet torturer. Hell if they were scared of retribution from the courts, just stick a butt plug up his ass and give him laxatives for a week.
These retards that don't do second opinons? wtf.
that means she at least know about the hospital!The one-time emergency room technician said she now has high-blood pressure and hair-loss from the unneeded treatments and the stress of the ordeal, which also took a deep emotional toll.
An ER tech is basically a highly paid janitor. She really may not have known.
ER techs scrub the rooms clean. You might see them and think they're nurses. They do wear scrubs. But they're color coded in most places.
And yeah, this doctor needs to go to prison for a long time. Real prison. Make an example of the fucker.
Anyone with their badge turned around is a low rank.
A few years back there was a guy in France who did something similar. That was not chemotherapy, it was urostomy (hole in the abdomen to redirect the urinary flow through it) and stoma bag (a bag to collect the urine that now exits constantly from your side)... I am not sure how reversible the procedure was. In any way, the stuff of nightmares. How can sociopaths like these become medical doctors is also a mystery.
Something is fishy here. In order for him to perpetuate this fraud there must have been some 'proof' of the cancer in the medical record. Biopsies, lab results .. if those were done and negative then there's no way he could have gotten away with treating for so long, someone would have noticed. Did he somehow manage to fudge false results as well? If so there may be more people complicit in this whole mess. I suppose he purely committed fraud with hematogenous diagnoses, since those may not need imaging proof (which he would have a hell of a time faking), but it could mean he atleast falsified lab results somehow.
There's lots of relatively less harmful ways this sociopath could have committed healthcare fraud. In addition to the money I think this guy must have got some thrill out of making people sick. Like that serial killer doc from the 70s who poisoned dozens of patients in multiple states before finally getting caught
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