Person Accused of False Alzheimer's Diagnoses

Couple Indicted for Fraudulent Medical Care Scheme

June 4, 2020

A federal grand jury indicted a couple in connection with their development and operation of the Toledo Clinic Cognitive Center from approximately 2013 through 2016. According to the Associated Press, the indictment did not directly accuse the couple of falsely diagnosing patients but more than 60 people filed lawsuits beginning in 2017 that said one member of the couple lied and told them they had Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. One patient killed himself. Read a story from ABC News.  Read a Department of Justice press release

 

 

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