Another cancer doctor charged with buying misbranded drugs

Jun 13, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WCYB

A federal grand jury has indicted another cancer doctor in the region on charges that his practice purchased medications from sources not approved by the FDA.

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Cheese Puff Daddy

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Jun 14, 2013
 
_Word Woman_ wrote:
<quoted text>Not that I'm aware of, but I'll research it. My dad is pretty stubborn, though, and he's unlikely to go for the idea of starving anything. He's a meat & potatoes guy & it takes an act of God to get him to eat anything green besides lettuce.
I'm by no means an expert on the subject but in the research I've done there are some foods that will feed cancer and make it grow, and others that will starve it out and keep it at bay. Look at the link I posted about the sour sap. It's been said to be 10,000 times more powerful then chemo and the only side effects noted were kinda mild in comparison to chemo..

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Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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I'm by no means an expert on the subject but in the research I've done there are some foods that will feed cancer and make it grow, and others that will starve it out and keep it at bay. Look at the link I posted about the sour sap. It's been said to be 10,000 times more powerful then chemo and the only side effects noted were kinda mild in comparison to chemo..
will do...thanks :)
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Jun 14, 2013
 
To all of you who are or have relatives suffering from cancer, you have my prayers and best wishes. Cancer is the most stubborn and elusive of maladies to treat. But I must say, if the parasitic drug companies were not charging such outrageous prices for the anti-cancer drugs, this problem would not exist. I'm not saying these docs who get the drugs at cut rate prices are in the right, I'm just saying this wouldn't be an existing problem if the drug companies would stop ripping people apart for profit. Back in the good old days, these cures would not be patented and be available for the good of mankind. When you have a loved one suffering from cancer, you will try just about anything. The modern profit machine offers little hope for the common patient. I wish the best for all of you.
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Just because it says FDA on it does not mean s h i t to me. They sure have approved a lot of drugs that have killed people. Screw the FDA
Cheese Puff Daddy

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Just because it says FDA on it does not mean s h i t to me. They sure have approved a lot of drugs that have killed people. Screw the FDA
It wouldn't be shocking to me at all to find out that a cure already exists but they haven't figured out a way to put it in a pill form and profit from it yet..
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These "doctors" buy the counterfeit drugs for pennies on the dollar and sell them to the patients at name brand retail price. Greed amongst the healthcare industrial complex has resulted in the rapid decline of overall health. This statement excludes the front line health workers who work very hard and are under appreciated.
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I would trust Dr. Sen with my life and the lives of my loved ones. People would never be able to find a doctor that cares more for his patients. Yes, his wife (the office manager) ordered medications and were told they were FDA approved. They were not. When this came to Dr. Sen's attention they stopped getting the medication. He has also paid millions of dollars back to insurances and Medicare for the medications they paid for that were not FDA approved .... he did this by choice!
People can talk bad about him if they want to, he is a very intelligent man and an excellent doctor. When he married his wife, Trish, he told her that his patients come first because they are ill and they need him but she didn't need him. I do not think he would knowingly put any of his patients in jeopardy! The meds were checked and were indeed good drugs ,,, just not FDA approved.
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Smokey Mt Sweetheart wrote:
I would trust Dr. Sen with my life and the lives of my loved ones. People would never be able to find a doctor that cares more for his patients. Yes, his wife (the office manager) ordered medications and were told they were FDA approved. They were not. When this came to Dr. Sen's attention they stopped getting the medication. He has also paid millions of dollars back to insurances and Medicare for the medications they paid for that were not FDA approved .... he did this by choice!
People can talk bad about him if they want to, he is a very intelligent man and an excellent doctor. When he married his wife, Trish, he told her that his patients come first because they are ill and they need him but she didn't need him. I do not think he would knowingly put any of his patients in jeopardy! The meds were checked and were indeed good drugs ,,, just not FDA approved.
I agree with everything you said. I have been his patient for over 15 years. He saved my life. I wouldn't go anywhere else. His patients are his #1 concern .......always have been .....always will be!
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maybe he can be a docter in jail!!!!
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maybe he can be a docter in jail!!!!
Evidently you haven't went through cancer. My husband had stage 4 colon/ rectal cancer and Dr. Sen is his Dr. He is a kind and very caring Dr. and his patients are his primary concern. When my husband was at his worst, often times Dr. Sen would call us at home to check on him. I pray that he will get this over and be able to continue to be his Dr. Right now he is in remission, and Dr. Sen continues to be very close with his care, to be sure it doesn't come back. Had my husband died from this cancer, I would still have to say that he gave him excellant care and has done all that can be done. Don't say bad things and judge the man, when people like us, have been there and know what kind of person he is. And no I don't even believe he did it for greed, or to get more off ins. and medicare. He did it to give his patients what he believes is the best for the cancer. The man don't deserve to be talked about like a crook, because he is not.. He is a fine and decent person.
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Jun 16, 2013
 
I never said he wasnt a good or caring ...its the time he called the police on me for performing in the alley behind his office , that burns my biscuits
Just saying, that was a personal happinng between 2 grown men and wasnt any of his concern
Cheese Puff Daddy

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I never said he wasnt a good or caring ...its the time he called the police on me for performing in the alley behind his office , that burns my biscuits
Just saying, that was a personal happinng between 2 grown men and wasnt any of his concern
Where ya been stamering hank? Been jerking your gerkin to gay porn too much to log on lately?
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Evidently you haven't went through cancer. My husband had stage 4 colon/ rectal cancer and Dr. Sen is his Dr. He is a kind and very caring Dr. and his patients are his primary concern. When my husband was at his worst, often times Dr. Sen would call us at home to check on him. I pray that he will get this over and be able to continue to be his Dr. Right now he is in remission, and Dr. Sen continues to be very close with his care, to be sure it doesn't come back. Had my husband died from this cancer, I would still have to say that he gave him excellant care and has done all that can be done. Don't say bad things and judge the man, when people like us, have been there and know what kind of person he is. And no I don't even believe he did it for greed, or to get more off ins. and medicare. He did it to give his patients what he believes is the best for the cancer. The man don't deserve to be talked about like a crook, because he is not.. He is a fine and decent person.
Ino dr.sen very well so if you don't no me don't judge me,i hope the man never pratices again,and when the insurances are done with him im sure he wont!!!!

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