PITTSBURGH (AP) — Two doctors at a Pittsburgh abortion clinic gave hundreds of prescription diet pills over several years to a staffer seeking to treat anxiety and depression, state authorities said Tuesday in charging the three and a former registered nurse not affiliated with the clinic.
In all, the doctors ordered more than 20,000 tablets over several years for Wagner, who "did not pay for the drugs and viewed them as compensation for working overtime and for regularly providing clinic supplies and office refreshments," according to a statement from Kelly.
You'll one thing about the abortion culture: there's a lot of drug involvement.
If you're trying to treat anxiety and depression, shouldn't you consult a psychiatrist? The excuse sounds pretty flimsy.