Dope or duped? Ketamine doctor 'didn’t realise the risk’
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Dr Leimin Chen’s future hangs in the balance. He was one of the doctors recruited by Aura Medical Corporation to prescribe experimental ketamine injections to patients with severe treatment-resistant depression. Patients paid as much as $3000 for the therapy. Dr Chen (pictured) was found guilty of professional misconduct this year. As he awaits sanctions, he says he is a scapegoat and believes he is a good, caring doctor.
Australian Doctor: Could you describe how you got involved with prescribing ketamine?