Thursday, August 25, 2005

Fraudulent Prescriptions

Psychiatrist Dr. Stephen Perry, 35, has been found guilty of serious professional misconduct after fraudulently writing massive prescriptions for drugs for a friend. He was only caught because the chemist (druggist) became suspicious due to the amounts being prescribed.

Perry was forbidden by the General Medical Council from prescribing to his friend again, but other than that was told that he could practice without restriction. That severe slap on the finger should certainly put a stop to that nonsense.


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