Physician Who Gave Unneeded Chemo Gets 45 Years in Prison.
Farid Fata, MD, the oncologist who got rich administering excessive or unnecessary chemotherapy to hundreds of patients, including some who did not have cancer, was sentenced to 45 years in prison today by a federal judge in Detroit, Michigan.
The sentence came after the 50-year-old Dr Fata heard the judgement of patients and family members who testified earlier this week to the excruciating physical and psychological harm he caused.
One of them was Laura Stedtefelt, who said the oncologist had overtreated her late father for lung cancer to the point of killing him, according to an account in the Detroit Free Press.
“I hate you,” said Stedtefelt, addressing Dr Fata. “You are a monster. You are evil. You poisoned him. You tortured and murdered my dad.”
Former patient Maggie Dorsey testified that Dr Fata deliberately misdiagnosed her with a type of blood cancer called multiple myeloma and treated her with the chemotherapy agent bortezomib. She tearfully described living with the adverse effects, which include severe osteoporosis and neuropathy.
What do you think. is it correct and if yes what if a person does not have 45 years of life left??
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Link to the news::: Who needs the tests such as this and what is the significance and take of masters in science. There are two tests or may be panels or gens or serum markers as we may call them in question. First is CA 125 Serum Marker and the other is the Mutation test in two genes called as BRCA 1 and BRCA 2. what they mean and how the test should be elective and who may or may not undergo such an exercise. This news rocks the hollywood but is also starting to haunt women across the globe the second time. Read on
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