Patty Hester did her due diligence before she went to Dr. Farid Fata.
An emergency room technician, she knew to look into his background and credentials, research all publicly available information, and speak to those in the medical field about the specialist’s reputation, which was then sterling.
In February 2010, she walked into Fata’s clinic and after a wait was taken to an office decorated with magazine covers that pronounced him a ‘top doc’ in the Detroit area. She was impressed. ‘When I first met him I thought he was very gentle, soft-spoken, kind,’ she recalled.
He then gave her news that no one wants to hear: She had cancer. Every month for the next three years, she said, Fata pushed chemotherapy. Hester refused but did agree to iron infusions and treatments.
A decade later, she and her family are still experiencing the fallout from that devastating diagnosis. Hester said her immune system is ruined due to the unnecessary treatments Fata prescribed for her.
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