Nazareth 'love doctor' uncovered as fraud

December 15, 2015 18:54


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An ‘imposter’ near Nazareth has been caught performing medical treatments for erectile dysfunction with dangerous drugs.

Hussein Hatib, who “presented himself as a physician,” and distributed medications for erectile problems was caught by the Health Ministry, which also filed a police complaint.

The man was working out of a “clinic” in Kfar Yafia near Nazareth. The use of the confiscated drugs could endanger public health, the ministry said on Tuesday, which reported that its inspectors also found counterfeit documents. It warned the public against undergoing medical treatments by people who are not authorized to perform them.

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