(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 05, 2016 ) Boston, MA -- According to The Boston Globe, two Massachusetts doctors have been suspended due to prescription violations. One doctor inappropriately prescribed medical marijuana while the other provided opiate medication to a patient who later died of an overdose. The Board of Registration in Medicine voted unanimously on the temporary suspension of Dr. John C. Nalony and Dr. Fred J. Thaler after a two hour evaluation of the cases. These suspensions come as part of a crackdown regarding medical malpractice contributing to
Facilities providing drug rehab in Boston understand the unfortunate impact of Prescription drug abuse on the community. With a greater push for doctors and medical professionals to be held responsible for prescription violations, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston hopes to see a reduction in prescription drug abuse.
A representative of Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston comments:
"We absolutely support and expect the medical industry to be held responsible for their role in the current substance abuse epidemic affecting the United States. Misuse and abuse of the prescription policies we have in place only contributes to the problem; we should be able to expect competency and to receive the best treatment. When a medical doctor is sworn in, they take an oath to do no harm and to put the safety and health of their clients above profit. These doctors have not done so."
About Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston 02111:
Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston is an organization offering detox and rehabilitation services to Massachusetts residents and all other U.S. citizens. The drug rehab in Boston proudly serves all those in need of help overcoming their substance abuse disorders. Clients are in control of their own recovery with choices in the type of program they undertake and the method of treatment: inpatient, outpatient, or partial hospitalization.With a staff dedicated to empowering each client and providing them the skills and tools necessary to end their addiction, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston is a rehabilitation center like no other.
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