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Confessions of an American Doctor: A true story of greed, ego and loss of ethics Kindle Edition
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Undeterred, Kepler resorted to importing HGH and botox from China, requesting that manufacturers not attach labels so he could better defraud his patients. He was caught when customs intercepted his shipments and sent an undercover
DEA agent to his office, posing as a patient. Kepler promised her eternal youth in exchange for cold cash. He then hired a slick lawyer for 125K, who kept him out of jail. Kepler did serve some time in a halfway house and under house arrest.
He remains unrepentant throughout, despite his allegations of enlightenment. A more arrogant individual would be a rare find indeed. I highly suspect a more cautious Kepler is up to his old tricks this very moment and undoubtedly very rich.
The writing is not good. Very slow pacing, terrible dialogue. Difficult to believe this guy is a physician with an Ivy League education.
BUT, Max Keplar was very poorly served by his editor. The grammatical, spelling and the repeating of entire paragraphs on several occasions was annoying. I actually started highlighting the errors after about six chapters.
What I didn't enjoy was an plentiful string of typos and a grammatical fumbles.
All in all a decent read but it won't make itty onto my shelf for future rereads.
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Sometimes lessons are learned the hard way, but learned none the less. I'm a fan of true stories and recommend this one.