practicing medicine without a license

practicing medicine without a license

(in law) practicing activities defined under state law in the medical practice act without physician supervision, direction, or control.
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A Hollywood man accused of ``peddling false hope'' by claiming to cure cancer and diabetes has been charged with practicing medicine without a license after duping San Fernando Valley residents out of thousands of dollars, officials said Tuesday.
There is also the issue of practicing medicine without a license," Dr.
When physicians transmit email messages across state lines to render medical advice, they may be unwittingly practicing medicine without a license.
An unqualified person working with athletes is like a doctor practicing medicine without a license.
Initially, Bertrang was charged with a felony - violating the Business and Professions Code section that prohibits risking harm, serious injury or death by practicing medicine without a license.
They were charged with violating Business and Professions Code section 2052, a felony, by risking great bodily harm, serious injury or death by practicing medicine without a license.
Flores has been charged with practicing medicine without a license, unlawfully representing a person as a licensed physician, unlawfully dispensing a dangerous drug and dispensing an improperly labeled drug - all misdemeanors.
He was charged with violating Business and Professions Code section 2053, a felony, by risking great bodily harm, serious injury or death by practicing medicine without a license.
The board obtained a court injunction against the doctor, accusing him of practicing medicine without a license in Kansas, and called its counterpart in Washington.
1st Street in Santa Ana and arrested Noe Alonzo Villalobos for practicing medicine without a license and dispensing drugs.
Luzuriaga denies the allegations that he was diagnosing patients or practicing medicine without a license.
Gerald Barnes, 62, is charged in federal court with fraud and practicing medicine without a license for the Executive Health Group, whose clients include the FBI, the California Highway Patrol, the Federal Reserve Bank and several large corporations.