Should Doctors Being Treated for Drug Addiction Be Allowed to Practice…without Telling You ?

Question by moon_flower_unicorn_power: Should doctors being treated for drug addiction be allowed to practice…without telling you ?
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071219/ap_on_he_me/addicted_doctors

Best answer:

Answer by Patrick
NO! The problem with doctors is that other doctor are their review board and they don’t want to get their friends in trouble. My goodness the courts make Brittany Spears take drug tests to be near her children and they’ll let doctors continue to use drugs and do open heart surgery. This has to change. The doctors need to leave their profession until and unless they get help, get their lives back in order and then go on a program where they are regularly tested for the rest of their professional career.

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2 Responses to Should Doctors Being Treated for Drug Addiction Be Allowed to Practice…without Telling You ?

  • P S says:

    Surgery in general is very dangerous. “Routine” surgeries result in death rates ranging from 2 to 3 percent and often as high as 5% ! This is an incredibly deadly and dangerous thing for anyone to do. Going under the knife is not safe, is not “routine” and should be avoided if at all possible.
    Would you get in a car if you were told that you had a 1 in 20 chance of dying!!!???
    IF the doctor is a fuking junkie, that’s even worse. By the way, most surgeries are carried out by students under the supervision of the doctor, who sometimes plays a round of golf while you are being butchered by his underling.
    Pleasant thoughts to ponder on this happy Wednesday…

  • phillip w says:

    I think that the medical profession should
    live up to it’s own code. Bad doctors often go
    unreported .if they loose there license.they just move on to a not-her state.

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