August 22, 2008
Doctors Can Be Dangerous to Your Health! — New Book Unveils Shocking Revelations About Medical Malpractice and Medical Care
NEW YORK, Aug. 22, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Doctors are like double-edged swords that can either save you or kill you. In her provocative new book, Appointment with Danger: Medical Care Can Kill You, author Louise Lane educates you on the dangers lurking in doctors' offices and hospitals, and how to steer clear of them.
Appointment with Danger points out the ways doctors can be dangerous to your health and well-being. The author names the medical culprits such as rough treatment, vision loss from eye tests, drugs, injury or surgery, callous prescribing of harmful and habit-forming drugs, and excessive blood tests that weaken the immune system. She also discusses the fundamentals of the Do Not Resuscitate Orders, the Health Care Proxy, patients' rights, euthanasia, medical experimentation, practice on the dying, and doctors' attitudes. Included at the end of the book are forty-eight cases of malpractice, mishaps, and murder that shook the medical industry off its hinges.
About the Author
Louise Lane, M.S., M.A., writes books that are informative and thought-provoking. She wrote this book to alert people to doctors' mistakes and medical malpractice.
Appointment with Danger: Medical Care Can Kill You By Louise Lane Publication date: January 25, 2005 Trade Paperback; $17.84; 140 pages; 978-1-4134-5941-8 Cloth Hardback; $27.89; 140 pages; 978-1-4134-5942-5
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