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January 4, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State medical authorities have moved to revoke the license of a Canoga Park doctor who treated as many as 6,000 allergy patients by injecting them with their own urine. The practice represents an "extreme departure from the standard of care in California," authorities said. But Dr. Jorge R. Borrell has appealed the revocation order and a Los Angeles Superior Court judge last month temporarily blocked it.
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April 14, 1990
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Friday refused a Canoga Park doctor's request to reinstate his medical license, which was revoked because he treated allergy patients by injecting them with their own urine. Judge John Zebrowski denied an appeal by Dr. George R. Borrell to overturn a Dec. 4 decision by the Medical Board of California to cancel his license. Borrell was ordered by another judge on Dec.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State medical authorities have moved to revoke the license of a Canoga Park doctor who treated as many as 6,000 allergy patients--including about 2,000 at a clinic in Anaheim--by injecting them with their own urine. The practice represents an "extreme departure from the standard of care in California," authorities said. But Dr. Jorge R. Borrell has appealed the revocation order, and a Los Angeles Superior Court judge last month temporarily blocked it.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS
A judge refused Friday to reinstate a doctor's medical license that had been revoked by state officials after he treated up to 6,000 allergy patients, including those at an Anaheim clinic, by injecting them with their own urine. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge John Zebrowski denied an appeal by Dr. George R. Borrell to overturn a Dec. 4 cancellation of his license by the Medical Board of California.
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January 6, 1990 | MARY LOU FULTON
Joyce Brown is allergic to more than 65 substances, some of which cause allergy flare-ups so severe that her strategy for recovery was to "go to bed and wait until it went away." It wasn't until Brown underwent a controversial urine injection therapy prescribed by Dr. George R. Borrell that her condition improved. "I was pretty much incapacitated by my allergies until I was treated by him," said Brown, who attends law school in Brea. "Now, they don't bother me as much."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Friday refused a Canoga Park doctor's request to reinstate his medical license, which was revoked because he treated allergy patients by injecting them with their own urine. Judge John Zebrowski denied an appeal by Dr. George R. Borrell to overturn a Dec. 4 decision by the Medical Board of California to cancel his license. Borrell was ordered by another judge on Dec.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS
A judge refused Friday to reinstate a doctor's medical license that had been revoked by state officials after he treated up to 6,000 allergy patients, including those at an Anaheim clinic, by injecting them with their own urine. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge John Zebrowski denied an appeal by Dr. George R. Borrell to overturn a Dec. 4 cancellation of his license by the Medical Board of California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1990 | MARY LOU FULTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joyce Brown is allergic to more than 65 substances, some of which cause allergy flare-ups so severe that her strategy for recovery was to "go to bed and wait until it went away." It wasn't until Brown underwent a controversial urine injection therapy prescribed by Dr. Jorge R. Borrell that her condition improved. "I was pretty much incapacitated by my allergies until I was treated by him," said Brown, who attends law school in Brea. "Now, they don't bother me as much."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1990 | MARY LOU FULTON
Joyce Brown is allergic to more than 65 substances, some of which cause allergy flare-ups so severe that her strategy for recovery was to "go to bed and wait until it went away." It wasn't until Brown underwent a controversial urine injection therapy prescribed by Dr. George R. Borrell that her condition improved. "I was pretty much incapacitated by my allergies until I was treated by him," said Brown, who attends law school in Brea. "Now, they don't bother me as much."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State medical authorities have moved to revoke the license of a Canoga Park doctor who treated as many as 6,000 allergy patients by injecting them with their own urine. The practice represents an "extreme departure from the standard of care in California," authorities said. But Dr. Jorge R. Borrell has appealed the revocation order and a Los Angeles Superior Court judge last month temporarily blocked it.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State medical authorities have moved to revoke the license of a Canoga Park doctor who treated as many as 6,000 allergy patients--including about 2,000 at a clinic in Anaheim--by injecting them with their own urine. The practice represents an "extreme departure from the standard of care in California," authorities said. But Dr. Jorge R. Borrell has appealed the revocation order, and a Los Angeles Superior Court judge last month temporarily blocked it.
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