A woman in Philadelphia claims her doctor drugged and hypnotized her before she was sexually assaulted during what was supposed to be a routine exam. Tameka Green says in a lawsuit filed earlier this month in Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas that Leonard Rosenfeld — a physician specializing in internal medicine — “used hypnosis and/or...
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SEPTEMBER 09, 2013
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DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - OBSERVATION MEDICINE PHYSICIANS OF CORTLAND COUNTY, PLLC
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