Jack Kevorkian Was The First 'Dr. Death'
Before D Magazine dubbed Christopher Duntsch “Dr. Death” for his trail of botched operations and dead bodies, there was another surgeon that went by that moniker, but for very different reasons — Dr. Jack Kevorkian.
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The new series investigates the jaw-dropping cases of murderous doctors, nurses and medical professionals.
License To Kill: Seeking Justice For Dr. Death's Victims
Kellie Martin's husband, Don, recalls being told that the district attorney would pursue charges against Christopher Duntsch. "At least they took up the battle, and I couldn't have been more thankful for that," he says.
License To Kill: Dr. Daniel Charges $6K For Miracle Cure Allegedly Sourced From Around World
Jean McKinney Died After Taking Dr. Christine Daniel's 'miracle' cancer cure. Her son, Greg, says Daniel told the family that the cure was sourced from exotic plants all over the world, thus the $6,000 price tag.
License To Kill: Kellie Martins Autopsy Leaves More Questions Than Answers
Days after her mother, Kellie Martin, died while under the knife of Christopher "Dr. Death" Duntsch, Caitlin Linduff recalls, the medical examiner reached out to the family for a second autopsy. "There was some conflicting information ... Nobody was on the same page," Linduff says.
How Doctors Fall Off The Deep End
Dr. Terry Dubrow reveals why some doctors fall off the deep end and commit heinous crimes.
License To Kill: Dr. Death's Last Patient, Jeff Glidewell, Saw Bad Signs On Way To Fateful Surgery
Jeff Glidewell, the final patient of Christopher "Dr. Death" Duntsch, said he saw three black cats the morning of his surgery. "I thought this must be a sign or something," Glidewell recalls.
License to Kill: Kellie Martin's Surgery with Christopher Duntsch
Caitlin Linduff, the daughter of Kellie Martin, and Kellie's husband, Don Martin, remember when Kellie went into surgery with Christopher Duntsch, a neurosurgeon dubbed "Dr. Death" by the media. Duntsch was later charged with injury to an elderly person, and he was sentenced to life in prison for the botched surgery.
License to Kill: Jeff Glidewell Wakes Up After Surgery By Christopher Duntsch
Jeff Glidewell remembers waking up from his surgery performed by Christopher Duntsch, a neurosurgeon dubbed "Dr. Death" by the media. When Glidewell awoke in the intensive care unit, he could not feel his feet, move his left arm or speak. Duntsch was later charged with injury to an elderly person in a separate case, and he was sentenced to life in prison for the botched surgery.
The Mind Of A Medical Murderer
Dr. Terry Dubrow discusses the minds behind murderers in the medical field.
How Dangerous Doctors Keep Their Licenses
Despite their actions resulting in life-altering injuries and even death, some physicians are able to cling onto their medical licenses.
6 Horrific Nursing Home Abuse Cases
From the Good Samaritan Society Nursing Home scandal to the shocking arrest of caregiver Nathan Sutherland, these are six of the most horrific cases of nursing home abuse.