Jorge Zamora-Quezada allegedly falsely diagnosed patients with rheumatoid arthritis and treated them with unnecessary chemotherapy drugs.
The rare procedure is known as a heterotopic transplantation.
He reportedly told his “patients” that he could give them an injection that would make them feel better.
As survivors of sexual assault and abuse are coming forward with their stories, doctors are learning what to do when those survivors are their patients.
Opinions are changing in favor of a single-payer health care system among both physicians and their patients, but doctors are much more likely to support a single-payer health care system than the rest of the public.
Firearms are a leading cause of death among children and doctors need to stop ignoring it, experts say.
I’ve given up expecting logic or honesty from insurance companies.
A recent study found that women almost always refer to their colleagues with the formal title, but men introduced women as “doctor” less than half the time.
NHS bosses in Grantham announced they may have to temporarily close an emergency ward.
The government has offered a financial incentive to get GPs to cut down on their prescribing.
Despite a government crackdown, scalpers continue to tout tickets for advance consultations at Chinese hospitals.
Authors of a new study look at half a century of research on depression during residency.
NGOs say 313 medical facilities have been struck since war broke out in 2011.
After years of onerous fees and bogus recertification tests, the agency in charge has been diagnosed as diseased
The fight for good numbers is hurting medicine, says David Chan, a doctor.
The device has the potential to improve the accuracy of biopsies and reduce errors when operating on the small blood vessels of children.
A spate of attacks on doctors and nurses has prompted the health ministry to provide better security at hospitals
“Virtual” and “affordable” may be the future of health care