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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narconon

Narconon International (commonly known as Narconon) is a Scientology organization that ... Benitez contacted Hubbard after reading his book, Scientology: The ... While both the Church of Scientology and Narconon state that Narconon is a ... some of which have been linked to a lack of trained medical personnel on site.

deathpenaltyinfo.org/node/2264

Lethal injection was adopted as a means of execution because it seemed more ... in capital punishment and about the response of the medical profession to ... in all 38 states and has accounted for 83% of executions since 1976.4 Georgia law ... after questions were raised about the competence of the physician who had ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2779964

As the medical profession has been brought under the provisions of the ... or an accident is not proof of negligence on the part of a medical professional and that ... An expert doctor was called but intubation was found difficult and the patient died ... 2 days after surgery held that the operation involved extremely high risk, all ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2779962

A basic knowledge of how medical negligence is adjudicated in the various judicial courts of India will help a doctor to practice his profession without ... the forum, after admitting the complaint, sends a written notice to the opposite party .... A doctor is not necessarily liable in all cases where a patient has suffered an injury.

archive.fortune.com/2009/08/18/news/economy/las_vegas_medical_mafia.fortune/index.htm

Aug 19, 2009 ... Las Vegas' medical mafia: Prosecutors say a group of top lawyers and ... told that she'd have to pay all her treatment costs upfront, since a ... could be a plaintiffs lawyer, a doctor, or a hospital) is then paid from the settlement. .... Other people at the party, though, thought he was a brain surgeon or a lawyer.

caselaw.findlaw.com/us-9th-circuit/1355844.html

Plaintiffs further alleged that after David returned to the emergency room the ... Nonetheless, the medical staff determined that it had injected a sufficient amount of the ... a hospital employee called and told them to return immediately because Dr. ... EMTALA protects all individuals, not just those who are uninsured or indigent ...

www.millslawfirm.org/Case-Results.shtml

Auto case with plaintiff claiming soft tissue injuries after being struck from ... No proof as to liability on part of my client, who was at rear of multi-vehicle accident. .... Plaintiff had heavy medical treatment, with cervical pain injections with a ... The case was tried before Judge Skolnick in October, 2002. ..... All rights reserved.

www.hrw.org/report/2006/04/23/so-long-they-die/lethal-injections-united-states

Apr 23, 2006 ... Anesthesia must be used in all lethal injections that involve painful or paralyzing drugs. ..... [77] While thirty-six lethal injection states make public the names of the ... Louisiana did not have a written protocol until 2002, nine years after ...... to Plaintiff throughout the execution personnel with sufficient medical ...

time.com/4623409/botox-drug-treating-everything

Jan 4, 2017 ... Some call it a marvel of medicine; others caution the risks are still unknown. ... six weeks later than people who had been given placebo injections. ... But it happens all the time. ... In 2002, Botox earned FDA approval for so-called frown ... the medical uses of the drug that are the great moneymaker, in part ...