August 13, 2005

Battle Over Bloodroot Paste Used on Cancer Patients

Georgia's board of medical examiners has accused Lois March, an ear, nose and throat specialist, of aiding and abetting Dan Raber's practice over the last three years by providing pain medication to patients who had received the [bloodroot paste] treatments. One patient's flesh was eaten so badly from his shoulder that the bone was exposed. (Washington Post)

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