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South Georgia doctor under investigation

August 12, 2005

Cordele-- A south Georgia doctor's license could be revoked for assisting a unlicensed practitioner with a bizarre cancer cancer treatment.

The state board of medical examiners is investigating Dr. Lois March. She's an ear, nose and throat doctor who practices in Cordele. March is accused of treating several patients of Dan Raber. He's not a licensed doctor, but he treats cancer patients with a flesh-eating herbal paste called Tumor-X-paste.

He claims the paste dissolves cancerous tissue. On his website, many of the images of patients are graphic and shows pictures with their flesh eaten away. The medical board says March treated several patients with pain medicine after Raber's paste left them mutilated, disfigured and in severe pain.

Dr. March would not talk to us on Friday.