The government says Fata used a Hotmail account to execute his alleged crimes, including inquiring about a $3 million castle in Lebanon, his native country.
Officials warn that half of the state’s residents could be obese by 2030.
Attorneys for Dr. Farid Fata say publicity about the case has poisoned the jury pool.
“Basically they gave us free rein to take whatever was of any value …”
HAP vice-president of Medicare programs, Karen Wintringham says health reform did not reduce Medicare benefits.
The charges just keep piling up for the Oakland County cancer doctor accused of giving chemotherapy to patients who didn’t need it.
The Better Business Bureau has established a program called Senior Scene which encourages senior citizens to be on the lookout for scams targeting seniors and to report them to authorities.
The judge said the legal notices could poison the pool of potential jurors against Dr. Farid Fata.
This week Michigan Matters features an encore airing of the “Eye on the Future” special about the Affordable Care Act called “The Health Care Act and You.”
More charges today for a Detroit area doctor accused of giving chemotherapy to patients who didn’t need it.