Police seek help from feds after 2 clinic fires
Federal authorities have been asked to help investigate after two fires in the past week at women's clinics in metro Atlanta.
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#1 May 24, 2012
Former patients of Dr. McBrayer need to be aware that his office in Cobb County GA. is unlicensed. It is well known that he uses heavy anesthia and yet, on this morning " none was used"? Pretty conveient since it usually takes 2 employees to escort patients to their cars after their procedures. This btw, is not proper standard of care, and could be consider negligent as all patients should be able to walk theirselves out of the facility prior to being discharged, and you should NEVER have to be carried out of the building! If this has happened to you please report this negligence and any other complications you may have suffered to the Georgia Composite Board of Medical Directors ASAP! Abortion should be safe if it is legal, corners should never be cut. Doctors like McBrayer don't carry malpractice insurance and most lawyers won't even sue unless you die during your abortion. Does this sound like safe and legal abortion to you?
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