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.
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.
Dr. Terry Dubrow, host of "License to Kill," reveals why some doctors fall off the deep end and commit heinous crimes. According to Dr. Dubrow, medical providers are not immune to human vices, including greed, revenge, and insanity. Even those who vow to do no harm can become some of the most sinister killers in history.
"License to Kill" host Dr. Terry Dubrow discusses the telltale signs of dangerous medical providers, including unexpected deaths around a single provider and odd behavior. To avoid a potentially disastrous doctor, Dr. Dubrow suggests talking to the nurses, doing outside research, meeting with the doctor more than once, and confirming the benefits of a procedure or medication outweigh the risks.
Terry Dubrow, M.D., discusses former neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch, who was dubbed "Dr. Death" by the media and was sentenced to life in prison for his malpractice. Even though Duntsch had exhibited medical incompetence and had various devastating clinical problems, he slipped through the cracks and was allowed to continue operating.
Dr. Terry Dubrow, the host of "License to Kill," discusses the minds behind murderers in the medical field. Dr. Dubrow says it is unclear whether these criminals entered into the medical profession with the desire to harm, or something murderous was ignited inside them once they were in a position of power.