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No doctor should get away with pushing bad advice

December 20, 2020

A doctor giving bad advice is as dangerous as a doctor giving the wrong medicine.

In an interesting opinion piece in the NY Times, ” We Must Do More to Stop Dangerous Doctors in a Pandemic,” the writer stated that doctors should realize that their advice is, in effect, a form of medicine. He argued that doctors who provide outrageous advice that is far outside the bounds of accepted standards should be investigated by their state board and subjected to sanctions, including revocation of their medical licenses.

According to the article, there are no reports of any doctor who has lost his or her medical license for spreading disinformation, but it really is the same as other types of malpractice.  Did your military doctor give you bad, or even flat out wrong, advice that caused you or someone you know great harm?  If so, we can help.

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