Dr. Muhammed Niaz, a medical doctor on a mission to help patients, shares the harrowing legal journey he went through when he was unfairly targeted for prescribing pain medication.
His tale is set against the backdrop of white supremacy, discrimination, and violations of due process. It gives readers an insider’s look at the type of disciplinary actions doctors face even when they’ve dedicated themselves to helping patients.
Niaz ultimately found himself targeted by the Delaware Attorney General’s Office headed by Beau Biden, the son of President Joe Biden. After a long legal battle, he reached a settlement that allowed him to continue to practice medicine.
While intended for members of the general public with pain conditions, this book also serves as a resource for health care workers and regulatory authorities seeking to navigate the often-complex issues that arise when doctors try helping patients in pain.
Join the author as he shares a cautionary tale that can lead to better ways to care for those desperate to alleviate pain.