neurology

News in brief: $3 million penalty for clinic offering scam neurology therapies; New guidance for depression in people with epilepsy; Espionage claims for hospital PET scanner

$3 million penalty for clinic offering scam neurology therapies A company that promoted hyperbaric oxygen therapy devices for the treatment of conditions including dementia and stroke has been ordered to pay $2 million in penalties by the Federal Court of Australia. The Director of Oxymed, Mr Malcolm Hooper, was also fined $1 million in penalties for ...

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