Doctors prescribe medicine for thousands of people, even if they can’t afford it
A hospital in Kentucky has seen its patients die in the hospital.
A Kentucky family has been denied food and sleep.
A New York school has been shut down.
A woman in Florida has been charged with murder after she shot her ex-boyfriend’s family and then herself, authorities said.
A man in Ohio has been convicted of the attempted murder of a woman.
And a Texas man faces the death penalty after being convicted of killing his pregnant girlfriend.
But doctors are not the only ones with questions about the health and safety of medical equipment.
A Kentucky doctor told a news conference on Friday that she had seen people die while using her medical equipment, including those with breathing problems.
Theresa Linn said she’s not allowed to prescribe her own medication, but she’s been seeing patients die from the device because it’s not properly cleaned.
She said she told her doctor that she couldn’t help, because it was unsafe and she would not have done it.
She said she did not know how many people were using the device at one time.
She didn’t know if it was the number of patients or just the number that died, Linn told the News Journal.
Linn said her doctors told her she couldn.
I’ve been told that if I didn’t take care of the patient, she was going to kill me, Linds statement said.
Lennons medical equipment has caused her to have a heart attack and an emergency surgery, she said.
She has lost some blood and has been diagnosed with depression.