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Sociopathic oncologist to be sentenced for destroying people's health by administering chemo drugs to cancer-free victims


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(NaturalNews) It should be that people are very comfortable with their doctor, trusting them completely. We turn to medical professionals with our health problems and related questions, hoping they'll do what's best to improve our condition.

The last thing a person should experience is a severe breach of this doctor/patient professionalism, yet one Michigan doctor recently demonstrated the highest level of human disregard possible: Dr. (a title he's certainly not worth keeping) Farid Fata told healthy patients they had cancer when they did not and also sold false hope to those who really were ill, administering more treatment knowing full well it wouldn't help. As if these behaviors aren't horrific enough, he proceeded to unnecessarily administer chemotherapy treatments to over 550 patients who didn't need it.

Sadly, that breaks down to 9,000 injections or infusions, which cost patients and insurance companies millions of dollars. Additionally, it forever shattered lives.

Lies, destroyed lives and lasting emotional scars

For example, Fata told patient Patty Hester that she had a terminal cancer-like condition called myelodysplastic syndrome. But rather than put her on a bone-marrow transplant list, he opted to give her a slew of infusions and immunodeficiency disease-fighting drugs. Hester's family planned a final trip to Disney World and she even began giving memorable items away to loved ones. The devastating news propelled her husband Michael into a deep depression; he even took up unhealthy habits such as smoking and drinking to cope. Of course the family now knows that the diagnosis was completely false. Still, the emotional stress incurred was heartbreaking and will likely leave psychological scars for a lifetime.

Multitudes of other patients have similar stories, each one with varying false diagnoses and unnecessary levels of treatments. There's even one man who, under Fata's "care," had a mediport implanted in his chest and underwent more than 25 treatments with one chemo drug - four times what other doctor's would have suggested administering - in six months.

Doctor who worked for Fata says "this type of horrific torture" must end

Prosecutors are currently pushing for a 175-year sentence for this evil, greedy man who grew his tiny one-man practice into a high-end medical giant over the course of a mere decade. Clearly, telling patients they might die and needed costly cancer treatments when they did not - something which he was arrested for in 2013 - gave him the ability to build his business so rapidly. After routinely informing cancer-free patients that their life was teetering on the brink of death, he'd then head home to his lavish Michigan mansion.

Dr. Soe Maunglay, who worked with Fata, tipped feds off to his incomprehensible actions. Of his boss, Maunglay says it's necessary for him to get a life sentence, so victims and their families can obtain justice concerning "this type of horrific torture and fraud."

"We need to uncover and correct the fundamental reasons behind the collective failure of our medical system at all levels which enabled this despicable fraud [to continue] for such a long time," says Maunglay. Other experts say that this also reinforces the importance for patients to view their own lab reports and records.

Not the first time lies have prevailed in medical environment

Unfortunately, uncovering such fraud is long overdue, as this isn't the first time patients and the healthcare system have been lied to and scammed by doctors and so-called medical "experts." Recently, former Iowa State University researcher Dong-Pyou Han was sentenced to five years in prison for having the audacity to fake HIV experiment results. It was eventually uncovered that he was mixing human antibodies with rabbit blood to make the experiment appear successful. As a result, millions of dollars in government grants were spent to pursue this testing. Taxpayer money was wasted and those excited about hopeful HIV news were duped.

It's a sad, sad time when such terrible, twisted events unfold. Increasingly, we're fast-becoming a society where a "trust no one" mentality is becoming the norm and those who were once highly-regarded are eyed as possible immoral, corrupt monsters.





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