Troubles dogged 'medical liaison' - 1997-03-22

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F15.png Troubles dogged 'medical liaison' March 22, 1997, Thomas C. Tobin, St. Petersburg Times

A Church of Scientology staff member who helped care for Lisa McPherson shortly before her death is a medical doctor whose practice in Arizona was restricted after two hospitals raised questions about her use of prescription drugs.

The doctor, Janis K. Johnson-Fitzgerald, agreed to an order in October 1993 in which she surrendered her right to write prescriptions; promised not to see patients; agreed to random drug tests; and was to have her progress monitored by another doctor.


{{cite news | first = Thomas C. | last = Tobin | title = Troubles dogged 'medical liaison' | url = http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/sptimes/access/17008749.html?dids=17008749:17008749&FMT=FT | work = St. Petersburg Times | date = March 22, 1997 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}