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Want to know how it all got started? Michael Langan, M.D., host of our internet radio broadcast, “Protecting Doctors, the Rx for Healthy Patients” and author of the blog “Disrupted Physician”, recently had a few moments to share that story before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Listen carefully to Dr. Langan’s presentation and the response by counsel for the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine.
Then decide if you’ve heard an account of bureaucratic terrorism.
Is this not the Board’s message? Question us and we’ll destroy you in a tangle of red tape, vague aspersions, loop holes, and delays.
And will a man and his family be a cost that the Court considers worth paying to vindicate the seemingly unadulterated power of a state agency — all purportedly in the name of medical patient safety?
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