Thermography clinics face court

The GP at the centre of a high profile inquest into the deaths of five cancer patients is facing legal action amid allegations she has been running a clinic offering unproven thermography for breast screening.

Dr Alexandra Boyd made headlines after her home in WA was used to administer bizarre cancer treatments — including caesium chloride, magnesium sulfate and potassium chloride — to five patients. They all died within six weeks.

The Perth GP has denied any involvement in the administration of the chemicals. But it has now emerged that she was the director of