‘Catastrophic’ consequences averted by pharmacist and cardiologist

A pharmacist was one of several people who notified the regulator about a doctor who was using kinesiology to diagnose patients, and prescribed potentially dangerous medicines regimes – plus colour therapy The Medical Board received several notifications about the doctor – including one from a pharmacist, in August 2015, regarding several of his patients. The

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