“If Dr. Gavryck can give a procedural, ethical, or legal explanation of what was done then I stand corrected. Just one will suffice. I’ll erase my blog and vanish into the woodwork. But If he cannot then this needs to be addressed openly and publicly.” –Michael L. Langan.
1. I also offer to erase my blog in case Dr. Gavick can explain and correct the arguments of Dr. Langan.
2. The lack of answer is an answer by itself.
“Please help me get this exposed, corrected, and rectified.” –Michael L. Langan.
Re: Agreed, please help Dr. Langan to get this exposed, corrected, and rectified.
“The doctors of Massachusetts and the doctors of this entire country deserve better than this.” –Michael L. Langan.
Re: I’m concerned that the ASAM procedures will be used as a model in other countries. Furthermore, the medical and academic community don’t have restrictions of any kind to discuss matters related to wrongdoing in medicine. However, I do have double nationality (US and Colombia) and I had requested freedom of information acts (foia) to US governmental organizations in the past (my 1st foia was denied: RNS60 – http://wp.me/p4UVo9-LD). I’m thinking about requesting my second foia, hopefully this time I’ll not have to appeal to the US Department of Health and Human Services – my appeal regarding RNS60 was never answered –
If I stand corrected by the FDA or the US Department of Health and Human Services regarding RNS60, I’ll do the same that Dr. Langan: “I’ll erase my blog and vanish into the woodwork”
The doctors and their patients of the entire world deserve better than this.