"Mike" wrote: >http://www.mcsrelief.com/theron.html
Co-written by Michael Wisner, who appears to be a scientologist, or at least very closely linked with scientology, one of his books even has a foreword by kirstie alley (a well known medical professional!)
A narconon domain
Written by Warren Levin "MD", here's what I found about him:
Warren Levin, MD. Levin, a "clinical ecologist" in Brooklyn, was recently held liable in the wrongful death of a 29-yr-old paranoid schizophrenic male patient who jumped to his death. The court awarded $489,000 for wrongful death and $411,000 in punitive damages. The case is described in The New York Jury Verdict Reporter (12/16/91). The report details Levin's bizarre, inappropriate treatment (ie, a rotational diet of only 4 foods, ingestion of vitamins, food extracts and neutralizers which took 3-3.5 hrs each day) and psychological manipulation as the man was told that medical therapy would kill him. Curiously, the award was not based upon the defendant's unconventional treatment, but for Levin's "malicious, wanton, and reckless act" of failing to see the patient who waited several hours in his waiting room despite having had ample time to do so.
Michael Wisner again, and someone called Zane R Gard, who I found this about:
7/27/91 charged with over prescribing controlled substances -- findings are based on use of vitamins, licence revoked.>http://drugrehab.lronhubbard.org/
A scientology domain. I think you need to find some better examples Mike.