A South Carolina doctor is the subject of a medical malpractice lawsuit in the death of a Minnesota woman for whom the doctor illegally prescribed a hydrogen-peroxide solution to treat her multiple sclerosis.
The same doctor is being sued in a second medical malpractice case by the widow of a man who died of prostate cancer in 2004. The man sought treatment form the doctor who gave him intravenous hydrogen-peroxide treatments and falsely diagnosed him as having Lyme disease. The doctor next prescribed testosterone, which caused the man’s prostate cancer to rapidly advance and resulted in his death about six weeks later.
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