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Dermatologist profited by misdiagnosing his patients with skin cancer
 

Dermatologist profited by misdiagnosing his patients with skin cancer

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A dermatologist embroiled in a multi-million-dollar healthcare fraud case in Florida has agreed to pay up to $18 million to the government in reimbursement.
 
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4 Mar 2017 - General
 
A lawsuit case against a fellow competitor dematologist in a field. This could mean that there's more to see than eye. The question is, shouldn't a biopsy been done for the lesion and from there, one would be able to tell whether it is benign or malignant. This should be pretty straightforward and clear cut. If a lesion were to be suspected as malignancy, a biopsy has to be done to confirm before treatment. If no biopsy were done and the patient received cancer treatment then is suggesti...
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