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Is your doctor an impostor? Montel Williams investigates the story of an 18-year-old who opened up his own clinic and posed as a doctor despite never attending medical school.
Montel Williams shares how in five minutes, he was able to go online and pay for a fake degree that would proclaim him a doctor. Then, Montel opens up his personal experience with a dishonest doctor.
Guest Patty joins Dr. Oz to share her experience with Dr. Farid Fata, who was convicted and sentenced to 45 years in prison for defrauding hundreds of patients and exposing them to harmful cancer treatments.
Patty, a former patient of Dr. Farid Fata, discusses undergoing unnecessary cancer treatments when she wasn’t even sick and being exploited for money by Fata, who was eventually convicted for fraud.
Liz shares her mom’s story as a patient of Dr. Farid Fata when she had terminal cancer. She describes how he was treating her with excessive chemotherapy and iron treatments which left her even sicker.
Meet Angela Swantek, an oncology nurse who interviewed for a job at Dr. Farid Fata’s medical office. Find out what she saw in Dr. Fata’s office that made her file a formal complaint against him.
Oncology nurse Angela Swantek and Dr. Oz share the red flags to pay attention to in order to protect yourself from medical fraud and corrupt doctors.
Montel Williams investigates real and fake medical professionals who prey on you, from the fake teen doctor who ripped off unsuspecting victims to a real doctor who gave his patients rounds of chemotherapy, when some didn’t even have cancer.
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