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Prescription for Disaster

Arizona's laws are supposed to protect the state's residents from shoddy healthcare. New Times staff writer John Dickerson has spent months examining the law, investigating the boards charged with monitoring doctors and reviewing the records of doctors with questionable behavior. The results are troubling.

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  1. A New Times "Prescription for Disaster" story leads to an investigation of a homeopathic doctor while another doc relapses
  2. Blind trust: Don't assume you're seeing a doctor -- even at the Mayo Clinic
  3. Dr. Loophole
    Arizona's homeopathic board is the second chance for doctors who may not deserve one
  4. The Doctor Is Out
    Arizona Medical Board's hands-off approach to relapsed addict physicians is endangering patients
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