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Dr. Death Reviews
Startling & riveting!
Incredible podcast. The host leads you through this horrific unfolding of events with impeccable reporting and doesn’t miss a beat. The pain this man put people through is unbelievable. My mom is currently navigating the strange world of back surgery and it sickens me to think someone could be in this position of power and take advantage of people at their weakest moments. Recommend this to anyone because it is so well done.
Love this podcast
I found this podcast hard to listen to. Not because of the quality of storytelling but because it’s scary to hear about a man that’s supposed to be healing and protecting getting away with maiming and killing people. That being said I highly recommend listening to it! These are the types of stories that need to get out there so they never happen again. In the social media, keyboard warrior days we live in, there’s so much noise, so many people ranting and raving about stuff that’s not such a big deal. This story is a big deal, let’s get it out there!
Music was perfect, great job to the sound crew and I couldn’t stop listening. It keeps you wanting more!
Thank you Laura, Dr. Henderson and Dr. Kirby for your tenacity. I can’t even imagine what the patients went through. I will surely be doing a lot more due diligence in the future before I take a referral to a specialist for granted.
This is crazy good. It’s tragic, hard to believe, and yet completely believable.
Couldn’t stop listening to this podcast. It is chilling to the bone! Left me second guessing ever getting a surgical procedure if I can help it!
This is an excellent podcast. I couldn’t stop listening. It’s really eye opening as well. It’s scary that it took the healthcare system so long to stop this guy.
I was so blown away with this podcast. I loved it. It saddened me, made me angry, made me tear up and so many other emotions. They way it was put together and written and expressed was so compelling. Thank you. I look forward to hearing more from you..😊 Warmest Regards, Selena From Markdale Ontario Canada 🇨🇦
Such an interesting story to come to light in recent years. Crazy that the story keeps developing! Laura did an amazing job with this podcast, great presentation and story telling.
I'm awfully bored.
Love the podcast, but all episodes sound like they’re playing in fast forward. Otherwise enlightening.
Hendo the sage
The presenter’s voice, manner and pacing are very engaging. Information clear and not sensationalised. Better than most podcasts I have listened to! Well done.
I really enjoyed this podcast, really informative and absolutely chilling.
Chuck Norris built a time machine and went back in time to stop the JFK assassination. As Oswald shot, Chuck Norris met all three bullets with his beard, deflecting them. JFK's head exploded out of sheer amazement.
This was the first Wondery podcast I listened to and I was well & truly hooked! Story developed well and not too repetitive. Have listened to many other Wondery podcasts since and enjoyed them all but this is still one of my favourites
To a British woman living in NZ ‘a hospital is a business’ is an anathema. This fabulous podcast reminds me how lucky I am to have free health care for life. Money is the root of all evil.
Classic example of US health system is more concerned over being sued over patient care. No wonder lawyers are rubbing their greedy little hands together. Really sad story.
Do yourself a favour this is so interesting and quite unbelievable!
Love the podcast however the frequent random ad breaks are frustrating.
Seriously? It's 2018 dudes, not 1956. Do not skull **** with your seriously lame advertising. If you want to have it in there, do it tastefully. Put them all at the end and treat us with some respect. I will make sure I never engage with any of the companies mentioned.
I found this story absolutely fascinating and ended up listening to the whole series within a few days. GB
Perfect for your working day GB
I’m listening to the first episode and less than 5 minutes in I’m horrified by what I’m hearing. In just under 20 minutes this podcast has driven me to tears of sympathy. This is an outstanding podcast revealing what happens when money, medical practice and ethics collide. There was a Doctor Death in the UK, Harold Shipman, but he killed a few patients per year, mostly elderly, over a long time frame. I understand even less how a surgeon can operate and maim and kill so many people and no one report it sooner. Especially in the USA where the country is infamous for suing anyone and everybody. No doubt as I listen to the rest of the series I will find out. Listen with caution and everyone check the reputation of any service professional you are going to use. Buyer Beware! GB
You got to be careful if you don't know where you're going, because you might not get there.
Dr. Death Wiki
Doctor is an academic title that originates from the Latin word of the same spelling and meaning. The word is originally an agentive noun of the Latin verb docēre [dɔˈkeːrɛ] 'to teach'. It has been used as an academic title in Europe since the 13th century, when the first Doctorates were awarded at the University of Bologna and the University of Paris. Having become established in European universities, this usage spread around the world. Contracted "Dr" or "Dr.", it is used as a designation for a person who has obtained a Doctorate (e.g. PhD). In many parts of the world it is also used by medical practitioners, regardless of whether or not they hold a doctoral-level degree..