The Texas Medical Board has ordered an Amarillo doctor to stop practicing medicine after he allegedly prescribed a cancer patient a “colostrum bovine treatment,” according to the Amarillo Global News.
The treatment involves the injecting the patient’s blood into the udder of a pregnant cow and then drinking its milk. The patient died in hospice care before he could begin treatment.
Officials at the Texas Medical Board issued a cease and desist order that prohibits him from acting as a doctor or practicing medicine. The board says the patient paid $2,500 to the doctor and $2,500 to the farmer for the cow. The farmer reimbursed the deceased’s family, but the doctor did not.
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