Sea Change in Government Tactics Against CAM Providers

Lee, Thomas S.
January 2007
Townsend Letter;Jan2007, Issue 282, p17
The article focuses on the harassment of doctors in the U.S. with emphasis on the arrest of Dr. James Forsythe on charges of illegal importation and treatment with unapproved medicine. The author discusses the coordinated attack on Dr. Forsythe and argued that the charges against him are false and the doctor is practicing within the scope of his license. Moreover, he stated that doctors must participate in organizations that protect and advocate their constitutionally protected rights.


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